The healing technique that I used the most during my career is that of aboriginal music therapy. I produced 8 CDs of this music and its a part of our daily life, at home, at the office and when travelling. Here are some excerpts of a book which I’ve written on my music and shamanic perfumes.
BE: The flute in Native American tradition is often associated with elk medicine, because the elk will whistle to his females – the elk often has several females and they have a small herd and … Lire la suite
The rattle, another very significant instrument in Native American culture, is that power that unties the knots of suffering on our different levels of being. It will shake loose the cobwebs of past traumas or … Lire la suite
Our concert hall Mamu (which means together in the Innu language) will proudly welcome the Woman’s Drum Circle Andicha Thursday evening of the week. This artist group from Wendake will have you vibrating to the … Lire la suite
Thank you faithful readers for being faithfull during this improvement to the blog and bugs🙂
Very, very busy as you can guess! But I had almost two months at home in the garden every day, a great blessing.
Important events this summer !
The sacred drum holds enormous significance in Native American culture, and is a reflection of the primary concern of the Red Race, that of caring for the Earth, thus listening to the Earth Mother’s heart … Lire la suite
I continue part time my musical activities with the hope one day to be able to dedicate myself to it full-time. The work of education which I do is also very rewarding although 2 things … Lire la suite
Extract from Musique & Guérison, Traditions Amérindiennes, Aigle Bleu, a film by Debowska Production There are a few music CDs that I will record for you without any other descriptions than those that will be … Lire la suite