“Samsara” means Continuous Flow, Article by Sharon Abella, Editor: www.1worldcinema.com

August 31, 2012 § Leave a comment

“Samsāra or Sangsāra (Sanskritसंसार) (in Tibetan called “khorwa”),[1] literally meaning “continuous flow”, is the repeating cycle of birthlifedeath and rebirth (reincarnation) within HinduismBuddhismBönJainismYoga and Sikhism.”-Wikipedia.

Travel on a meditational and spiritual journey to 25 countries, and 100 locations, shot over 5 years on 70mm film.  Entrance yourself in colorful kaleidoscopic images of culture, religion, and nature, all without words, only music.  Explore fairytale like temples, sand drawings, cathedrals, stained glass, national parks, waterfalls, active volcanoes, deserts, tribal dancers, soldiers, mosques, pyramids,  the “Wailing Wall,” Hadj, baptisms, the world’s tallest building, poor suburbs, shanty towns and slums, corporate cubicles, busy freeways, and factories in Jordan, Israel, Japan, the Philippines, Turkey, France, Italy, India, Mali, Indonesia, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Angola, Bhutan, Ghana, Thailand, California, Utah, Arizona, and Hawaii.  See how many places and events you can name. It’s definitely worth seeing 5 years of hard work in 102 minutes.

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Photos compliments of Oscilloscope Films.

Article by Sharon Abella

Editor

http://www.1worldcinema.com

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