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- The video (27:45 minutes) below hopefully will give you an impression what a sound ceremony looks, sounds and feels like.
There is no substitute to attending a ceremony in person.
My songs are an invitation to a celestial initiation, to open to and activate higher dimensional capabilities in (y)our life.If you feel the connection to Self while listening to my songs, but have trouble maintaining that state in your daily life, I offer private sessions and retreats in beautiful Mount Shasta.
- Below is an impression of my improvised singing (20:04 minutes).
When with a person, my songs reflect their Unique State of Being.
When I sing alone, as in this video, the songs are of a more generic nature.
Relax in the Realization...
I Am WholeMay your mind be at peace and your heart be full of joy.
- Below is a video (5:22 minutes) of me playing a didgeridoo at a mountain stream around Mt Shasta. When I play, my hands often make spontaneous movements: those are "soul glyphs".
Beyond the story
Dwells freedomMay your life be blessed with harmony and peace.
- I made this video (1:01 minute) for the 2008 ‘One Minute Shift’ contest. It features my didgeridoo playing and soul sounding.
I Am Within
I Am Without
I Am Beyond
There Is No Shift
AwareLeading up to December 2012 —the proclaimed end of the Mayan calendar— many people were predicting the end of the world, not understanding the cyclical nature of the Mayan calendar and life in general. The video is in the format of a Zen Koan to challenge linear time-based thinking and the prevalent ideas of the era.
- Below is a meditative video (17:33 minutes) with inspired, spontaneous Soul Sounding by Mary Saint-Marie, Angelique Pera and myself, accompanied by my photographs of Mt Shasta.
We are on a journey
From the stars unto the stones
From the sky unto the earth
We are on this journey
We are the formless into formAngelique, Mary and I facilitate custom immersive spiritual retreats in Mount Shasta, CA, USA.