Premier: Wandering…But Not Lost

The path of letting go without giving up—A film by Paul MacGowan. An intimate account of Mingyur Rinpoche's four-and-a-half-year retreat.

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Our good friend Paul MacGowan is releasing his remarkable, award-winning film Wandering…But Not Lost. We are delighted to announce the film’s International Online Premiere. Available for online streaming March 19-29th, 2021.

Under cover of darkness and with no word of his plans, much-beloved Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Master Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche walked away from his life on the international stage to live that of a wandering yogi. Unheard of among eminent teachers today, such a practice is filled with hardships. For Mingyur Rinpoche, these challenges—begging, finding food and shelter, illness, and all the related risks of wandering incognito from place to place with the barest of possessions—present fertile ground for deepening insight into the true nature of the mind.

Wandering . . . But Not Lost is an intimate account of Mingyur Rinpoche’s four-and-a-half-year retreat (June 2011 – November 2015) interspersed with Rinpoche’s own guidance in applying Buddhist wisdom to our daily modern lives that will touch—and inspire—audiences everywhere.

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