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the Shaman's Fire

We have been getting some great indigenous music lately. Love, love, love Tanya Tagac. Wow, you can hear the icy Arctic wind blowing and the wolves howling and feel the energy of the ancient ways, now threatened by modern life. Love how she integrates the old with the new. The same can be said for the Jerry Cans from Iqualuit, love them too. So much alive and fresh energy which also integrates the old with the new.

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the Shaman's Fire

I have been listening to a series of 5 to 8 minute recordings of singing bowls that were created with the idea in mind of healing a lot of different negative emotional states. Negative emotion is a low vibration, and that makes us feel bad. All illness is a low vibration. Death is the lowest, but is still a vibration. Vibration never stops, but death occurs at a low, slow vibration. Illness is above death but low, and bad feelings are above illness in the body, but they eventually lead to the body manifesting sickness if no changes are made.

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the Shaman's Fire

It was fun today, playing Peter Haines from Telkwa and the Jerry Cans from Iqaluit. They both sing about the land in a very deep way. You can hear the nature of the land in their songs. 

This music goes very well with Abraham quotes which are all about vibration and how to work with our own energy system. The music is powerful and heartfelt. It feels exciting and alive, like deep nature.

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