I believe all creatures have a juicy creative center. At the very center of my center lives and thrives the love of music. Art is truly a blessing, for it is a platform to speak to the people, whether you are heard by ten or ten thousand. The beauty is, us artist types, we would be doing it anyway. And so it is. One of my biggest dreams for this planet, is for the masses to utilize the power of their arts. To send out the vibrations of overcoming, of letting go, to ring in this shifting paradigm with ease and grace. I would love for this page to be a platform for other conscious artists as well. If you have a message for the people, don't be shy! Contact me. This reminds me of the first improvised 'tag' I ever created while busking on the street for the first time with my soul brother: What is your art? What are you gonna do with it?
To the left is a picture of myself with my trusty Djembe (D'Jemma), and my now-painted Ukulele.
Acts of Creation
After a long hiatus, song comes bursting forth once again. This is a song to honor the path of least resistance, and the empowering fact that we are constantly creating our stream of consciousness. This blessing is a responsibility, and this song helps me to remain calm and centered in this knowledge. May you find medicine in this piece as well <3 7.22.2015
Above is a song written for a budding garden, which now has two raised beds and budding baby plants! May inspiration be contagious!
There's nothin' like busking!
It is truly wonderful to play music in unexpected places! Putting smiles on the faces of strangers and children certainly is contagious. Whether you play something you wrote, something you know, or something you make up on the spot, it is definitely an avenue of pure magick- especially when you have some good friends to play with!
Above is the result of a musical match made in heaven. Mr. Myles Bullen is an absolute inspiration- to simply PLAY and never let yourself get in the WAY. He is a magnificent teacher, out-reacher and rhythmic speaker. Be aware- his charisma is contagious. Tahoe City, July 2014