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'Listening to the Great Round' film and
The Quadrants GIM Programme


Click on the button below to watch the film: 'Listening to the Great Round', first shown at the AMI conference 2021. The film combines images relating to the different archetypal stages of Joan Kellogg's Great Round of the Mandala with music. I created the Quadrants GIM programme as a means of exploring the relationship between these archetypes and music, and it is designed to take the listener on a journey through the Great Round. [The artists retain copyright of their music and artwork, and are acknowledged and referenced at the end of the film]
The pdf below is titled 'The Musical Qualities of the Great Round of The Mandala' and gives explanations of the musical qualities and their relationship to the Great Round, based on my heuristic analysis
Below are music resources and suggestions for listening to each stage of the Great Round which includes YouTube and Spotify links 
To listen to the full Quadrants GIM Programme on Spotify, click here: 
Please contact me if you wish to use any of this material for teaching or training purposes
a GIM Programme created for healing; the document contains information on the programme, to listen click on the Spotify link:    
Finding Hope:

a GIM Programme created for those who have become stuck and could benefit from a different perspective, which helps to restore hope: 

There are three versions of this programme: 




Uplifted by Beauty

Sometimes we need experiences that uplift and resonate with the beauty we find in nature. This programme was created in response to the landscape I live in, and is designed to connect to our inner resources and the simplicity of nature to give us an experience of being bathed in beauty. 

Meeting Point

This programme combines music of Middle Eastern origin with Western classical harmonic elements. Designed for those people who have a complex heritage and identity, and may experience feelings of dislocation within the predominant culture. The lead stringed instrument gives the traveller opportunities to explore different aspects of east and west through the music. There may also be opportunities to explore spiritual life. 

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