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Circle of Immortality

The Circle of Immortality is an artistic documentary depicting three locations in Nepal.Aspects of Tibetan Buddhism in Muktinath (High Himalayas - Nepal), Maratika (middle hills-Nepal) and Lumbini (low land Nepal) are displayed in short sections that run one into the other and back again symmetrically so that the timeframe of each location section pivots around a central point in the film that can be folded in half at the midway mark, thus portraying a cyclical movement of a spiral towards its central point, hence the title emerges, ‘The Circle of Immortality?/b>.
Its inherent structure is based around the meaning of the five elements. Although much of the symbology is embedded in the visuals themselves as they progress through their interpretation of each individual element of wind, fire, earth, water and space in turn as well as collectively, the film portrays life and ongoing activities in each of these three places.
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Photograph of the original art piece, 'The Circle of Immortality'

This 3D art piece, The Circle of Immortality' is the model layout of the structure of the film. Its entire meaning is expressed in the narration - Circle of Immortality - Third Version (Dec 2008) that is interpreted through the colourful visuals and mantra music in this film.

The Pyramid Spiral
Cross section view of The Circle of Immortality from below with its actual and mirrored reflection creating an imaginary octahedron
The Pyramid Spiral
View of the actual art piece from below

3D rotating image of cross section of The Circle of Immortality with its actual and mirrored image

Circle of Immortality - First Version (Dec 2006)
Circle of Immortality - Second version (April 2007)
Circle of Immortality - Third Version (Dec 2008)

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CROSSING BRIDGES is a film about ‘healing? Using visuals of a touch-healer doctor, Dr Mulk Raj Dass giving treatment to his patients at his clinic in Mussoorie, interspersed with diverse landscapes and activities along the banks of the uppermost stretch of River Ganges from Haridwar to her source at Gaumukh, the film explores many different layers of meaning for ‘healing?


Both actual and metaphorical images of bridges, along with an explanatory narration depict how essential the meaning of bridge is to the overall sense of healing. For bringing two sides together and joining what is separated by un-obstructing what is currently obstructed are ways that healing ultimately takes place.

Whereas River Ganges represents an actual manifest bodily channel of energy that flows as water along a path of least resistance from source to the ocean across many different obstacles, the doctor represents a channel of healing for invisible pure source energy to reach the recipient patient.

Ultimately, we are all capable of becoming such a channel and the message of the film is to show that if we create the necessary free flow of energy through our body, there is nothing strange nor magical about humans healing humans through touch, as the healing process is a scientific practise that our human persona is capable of performing. Vibrating tones of Tibetan singing bowls make up the accompanying tune and have been chosen according to their technical association with planetary movements that correspond to certain characteristics and moods in the film.

Crossing Bridges - April 2011

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Su'dance is a film about Sufism in Sudan presented in WIDESCREEN format. The film begins with a series of lake and desert scenes of Northern Sudan over which a Sufi story, ?strong>Tale of the Sands?that brings to light the essence of Sufism, is narrated. The film then continues by depicting a group of Sufi dancers practising their specialised dance and music at their temple in Khartoum, Sudan.

Su'Dance - Dec 2008

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