Sunday, 20 June 2010

Incense and Buddhism - New Video from the Buddha's Face

Wherever Buddhism is practised there is the ritual burning of incense. In every house with a Buddhist shrine , joss sticks and incense is burned at specific times of the day and in even the remotest country areas you will find incense burning in front of before wayside images, and little stone statues or images of the Buddha.

In Buddhism the burning of incense symbolises the fragrance of pure moral conduct and serves to remind reminds us to live our lives by a higher moral code.

The Buddha's Face video workshops have created another meditative homage to this theme combining high definition images of Buddhism and incense along with a continous theme of smouldering smoke uniting together the image stream all accompanied with the exquisite music of Ludovico Einaudi. We hope you enjoy watching this as much as we enjoyed making it.

This is part of the Buddha's Face Buddhism 101 Project - Buddhism and Incense



The Buddha's Face

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