My transiberian journey (trailler)

The documentary was broadcasted by RAI (Italian TV)

Comments

  1. JOSE ALFREDO HERNANDE says:

    PAULO COELHO ME ENCANTAN SUS LIBROS ME SIRVENDE INSPIRACION PARA IR DESCUBRIENDO LO GRANDIOSA QUE ES LA VIDA ESPERO ALGUN DIA TENER LA OPIORTUNIDAD DE CONOCERLO EN PERSONA

  2. Orkhan says:

    Dear Coelho, please, come to the Land of Fire – Azerbaijan!

  3. farramae says:

    i’ve been reading aleph and it makes me want to ride on the trans siberian railway as well. it’s been and it will always be my dream to ride on a steam engine train.

  4. eleonora says:

    riguardo molto spesso i filmati riguardanti il viaggio..che emozione deve essere stata, per coloro che hanno potuto condividere questa esperienza direttamente.baci*

  5. Jess says:

    Your words and thoughts always leave me with inspirations and motivations.
    In some ways, it does help me in my daily life, be it actions or words.
    Thank you so much for everything.
    Have you considered traveling to Asia?
    You are loved here too :)

    Much love from Jakarta, Indonesia.

  6. kwnstantina says:

    You are great.i’m jealous of all these people that have the chance to talk and have time with you.please visit also Greece.

  7. sanja_h says:

    Dear Paulo,

    I just want to thank you for sharing your personal legend with us. It feels good to see you talking, smiling…to see that you are real. You really touch my heart and soul. I have one question: Are you planning to visit Sweden?

  8. Empié says:

    Aquí no puedo ver el video, pero cada vez que abro un libro tuyo, viajo con él en primera persona, magía…

  9. Josephine in Brussels says:

    Beautiful! :-)

    ps. trailer is spelled with one “L”. ;-)

    PS2. I’m too stuck with the past.

  10. Annie says:

    What an amazing experience it must have been!! so beautiful to see this trailer :)

    “..The warrior looks at the two columns, of fear and desire. In the column of fear it says you are about to enter a dangerous unfamiliar world, in the column of desire it says you are about to leave the familiar world to enter one where are in store all the things you ever wanted … ”

    “..Why do I want to look at his eyes since I can see his soul, his heart into the book directly??” it’s because of…all the Love and Gratitude

    to say thank you with one look… for the treasure..for the book, for all the books
    to say
    thank you for the trip you took
    thank you for all the trips you took and the one you will take
    thank you for the amazing thing you do sharing all that you are
    thank you for seeing in you the fire of enthusiasm, the passion for life
    thank you because you are not afraid to show your feelings or to feel ‘naked’ with your books, to say
    thank you for being a river that flows and flows and takes everyone on different places every time
    thank you for being an endless inspiration
    thank you for encouraging warriors to become better and better
    thank you for following your dream and encourage everyone to follow his dream and not give up
    thank you for being human
    thank you for showing your divine light illuminating my life, and all the other lives, like a lamp enlightening the dark crevaces of the soul, where we used to hide
    thank you for being true,
    thank you for being funny,
    thank you for being ,
    thank you for everything

    Love and Gratitude
    Annie

  11. Heimo Kruschinski says:

    A great video. I’m really looking forward to your new book! I’m very curious. Unfortunately, it takes another year until it appears in the German-speaking countries. I will not grumble, I know it was not your decision, but a little earlier would have been very nice. For what I’ve read so far I have the feeling that it is an absolutely great book.

    I wish you all a wonderful night

  12. Fernanda says:

    Leer sus libros es lo unico que en este momento me aparta de mi realidad, me hace viajar por mundos que tal vez yo misma haya caminado ya, todos sus libros me encantan, en cada uno encuentro un mensaje muy lindo y seguro no soy la unica, me imagino que le ocurre a todos sus lectores, pero ayer alguien me presto un libro suyo que no habia leido, La bruja de Portobello y con ninguno de sus libros habia sentido tanta conexion, no lo he terminado aun pero hay parrafos que cuando los leo siento una extrana sensacion de como si se tratara de mi, siento sentimientos encontrados, siento alegria y siento tristeza, cosa que no he sentido con sus otros libros, aunque admito que me encantan, es mas yo vivo en USA y Aleph viajo desde Colombia para yo poder leerlo ya que aqui sale hasta el 27 y hubiera tenido que esperar mucho, el espanol es mi lengua natal y me gusta leer sus libros en mi idioma. Un saludo y gracias por regalar tanta imaginacion y por llevarme en esos viajes atravez de sus lecturas. Siento que lo amo como a un rio, si es un placer conocerlo atravez de sus libros y de el legado que esta dejando en este mundo, no me imagino el placer que seria conocerlo en persona.

  13. Barbara says:

    Watching the Transiberian Journey videos after having read Aleph is really touching because you see all these connections to the book.

    By the way Paulo, did you know that the Beatles have written a song about your blog? ;) It’s called “There’s a place”:

    There, there’s a place
    where I can go
    when I feel low
    when I feel blue

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4lGuxEWn3c

    :)

  14. Adriana says:

    Lovely images, very familiar to me, if I’m not mistaken that building at 49 seconds is Lomonosov University which I first saw when I arrived in The Soviet Union in 1987. The hotel we had to stay at as foriegn students was nearby.I remember walking to the University with some new acquantainces surprised to see a lot of trees full of apples which would have been unthinkable to see back home.
    Also the sound of the locomotive reminds me of old times when we had to share room with three more people at the compartment and we had tea and food for free granted by our compartments partners.
    Old times when if the person in charge of the wagon had the slightest idea we were foreigners travelling without visa within the the borders of the Soviet Union we would have been denied the entrance to the train and reported to our University or Institute and be subject to expulsion from the country. Once coming back from Leningrad and heading to Voronezh via Moscow one of them recognised me, asked for visa which I didn’t have. At that moment angels acted and a hungarian friend gave her visa to me.This way I was able to finish my little adventure safe and sound.
    I love those images, I love those people because at a certain point in my life they became part of me.

  15. THELMA says:

    I have read the ALEPH in English! With this video now I can ‘fully’ imagine the journey.. and ‘dress’ the words with images and sounds.. An amazing book. Blessings.

    Reading my former comments here I could not resist of not sending this photo!http://twitpic.com/6mtzmv Looking into your eyes, your Cosmos and feeling your vibrations was a real happiness. Thank you, dearest Paulo Coelho once again. The Circle of life, reincarnation.. THE WAY and THE ALEPH. ‘EVERYTHING in EVERYTHING’= Τα πάντα εν πάσει.
    LOVE,
    Thelma xxx

  16. LoveM says:

    Dear Paulo Thank you
    You do indeed touch the heart
    My heart… and many hearts around the world
    Lovely to see all those readers hearts lit by your words and your prescence
    Your books link all those readers together like a railway track
    Many hearts lit by a single lovely light
    Enlightens the whole world
    Bless you & your words
    LoveM

  17. Saurabh K Goel says:

    Traveling is never a matter of money but of courage. I love this line in Aleph. Could you please come to India.

  18. Ivan S. - Moscow says:

    Thank you! =)

  19. me says:

    The reason why i would want to look into the eyes of my favourite author would be not to know his soul, since that can be pretty much done by reading his books, but because i would like him to look into my eyes.

  20. Carmen Larisa says:

    Very touching indeed! The way readers were standing up in a queue just to talk you for a few moments… simply impressive, so much positive energy, enthusiasm and affection! :-) Lives are changed for the better after such experiences I am convinced, we all learn from each other consciously or unconsciously by sharing the experiences of our hearts in the huge, mysterious, playful puzzle called “Life.”
    I simply love travelling, meeting new people, new places, having the sensation that my soul, filled with the nectar of bliss, flies over the hills, mountains up to the sky and back, forever enjoying its simply existence and fulfilment in theeternity offered by the present moment…
    The Transiberian journey seems adventurous, a very interesting experience, like the Orient Express I have always dreamed of going one day! Thank you dear Sir for presenting it to us, thank you so much! :-)
    I love travelling, journeys of life, using all sorts of means of transportation but I must agree with Paul from Austria, going on foot on Mother Earth seems to be the greatest and if possible barefoot! ;-)
    May God bless the whole world now and forever!

    Lots of hugs and appreciation,
    Carmen Larisa

  21. Clary Lopez says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us. Even though I’ve seen your heart in your books I still hope to have the honor see your eyes one day. God bless you.

    Love,
    Clary
    http://clary.wordpress.com

  22. Svenja says:

    pretty cool – looking forward to the movie
    “you are in the present moment”…i wish some people would finally understand this…

  23. Barbara says:

    Bellissimo il video PAulo!!!! Grazie ancora una volta per condividere con noi le tue esperienze, i tuoi viaggi, le tue emozioni!
    BArbara

  24. Candito says:

    q le pasa?! cuando dejo de ser platonico y paso a ser real?

  25. Monika says:

    Provokes longings to explore new locations.

  26. Tina says:

    I would like to see your beautiful eyes…Are you coming to Sweden?

    Love

  27. THELMA says:

    I am looking forward to seeing the whole film. Thank you.
    “..Why do I want to see his eyes since I can see his soul, his heart into the book??”
    Because we want to be a part of his beautiful soul and world! The desire of the senses of the material World to experience, his existence and vibrations.
    LOVE,
    THELMA

  28. Tania says:

    OMG – that was so interesting to watch ..you have so many fans and how beautiful of all those people ..but I was amazed by them lining up ..oh well I would too …:-)
    Blessings Tania

  29. eyup cilalioglu says:

    I have a dream to take the train with my sweetheart Valerie…

  30. eyup cilalioglu says:

    I am so excited seeing the episodes in the train,Since I have a dream to take the train with my sweetheart Valerie…

  31. Eyup Cilalioglu says:

    So exciting..really

  32. Eyup Cilalioglu says:

    I am so interested in seeing those episodes in the train and the Siberian landscapes..I have a dream to take the train from Moscow to Vladivostok with my sweetheart Valerie…next spring

  33. Nancy says:

    The Transiberian Journey trailer showed adventure, fun with fans, and special moments for many people. Will definitely check out the episodes in October. One day I hope to see you at a bookstore signing.

  34. wanbliska says:

    Yes, it gets tears to my eyes. Thank you Paulo for your advices.

    With Love.

  35. Heart says:

    How very brave of you to make this journey. Dressed in Grey you adapted very well and communicated; we’re comrades!

  36. Mari Raphael says:

    Muito emocionante !
    Beijos,
    com Amor,
    Mari Raphael.

  37. Joël says:

    It remembers me when i took the train in
    Sachalin =Youzhno to Lunskoye
    togheter with friends .