Being Your True Nature ~ by O.Hita and M. Passigato

Filmed in France in August 2011, Being Your True Nature introduces a new form of education that enables people of all ages, cultures and traditions to lead a happy and meaningful life and be of service to others.

The film was directed by Osel Hita and Matteo Passigato, and produced by The Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom and FilmPRO.

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Comment by Balder on December 16, 2012 at 5:43pm

This is timely, Lol.  Thank you!  I'm preparing for an online education course that I'll be co-teaching, so this sort of story is both inspiring and informative.  The vision here reminds me also of Krishnamurti's vision for impacting society through education.

Comment by Lol on December 15, 2012 at 3:23pm

I like the look and sound of Osel. Lama Yeshe impacted my life hugely, when I received teachings from him, but also meeting him privately. I like the clarity in Osel's eyes, how he addresses the camera. Really looking forward to more from him. Lama Zopa in contrast would seem to be from a past age when he makes his appearence in the middle part of the film, but in my eyes does make up for that at the end. I remember being introduced to him in 1979, his aura was so sharp and clean, almost bristling with energy.

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