By Sheldon Rechlin and Mark Elliot
52 minutes (VHS)
Tantra of Gyuto is an account of Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies by monks of the Gyuto Tantric College. Through ritual and mantric powers the Gyuto monks use a sound to effect a specific change in the individual and the environment around him. Dalai Lama has been filmed introducing the ceremonies. By their sheer inherent potency and concenetration these essential energies bring about direct spiritual phenomenon. It is only in this exceptional time of massive world changes that the Lamas have reversed their practice of secrecy and have allowed certain chants to be heard.