GHR 2011 April: Alabama Tornado

TuscaloosatornadoIn response to the tornadoes in Alabama, facilitator and master teacher Kay Mutert responded to a note from a facilitator in Japan who was thanking us for the GHR we implemented for the earthquake just a few months earlier. Kay then wrote the prayer that follows and we included it in the GHR Q2 for 2011.

Dearest Mitsuyo Takeda,

I write to you from Tuscaloosa Alabama, where we were just hit by devastating tornadoes  When asked if I thought the GHR should focus on the tornadoes of the Southeast USA, I wondered, knowing that our devastation is so much less than that of your beautiful land and people. We only have a few hundred who are not accounted for. Our nuclear plant in AL fortunately cut off, with no residual effect. I cannot imagine your continued loss and emptiness.

Yet, your email reminds us, loss touches all. Loss of life is loss of life. We are, as Thomas Berry said, a communion of subjects….. we are joined together in life, in story.

I so appreciate your tradition of forty-nine days. I shall invite others to honor that time passage here, for the losses in these communities. In our culture, persons who die are often quickly buried and life moves on. Yet, how does it. We too, in our communities, will take a long time to recover from this natural disaster.

May we continue not to forget… not to forget the disasters of recent years and places, not to forget the tragedy of your tsunami, not to forget the present ache of our Southeast USA states. May we hold each other in love and care.

And may we continue to hold hope and thankfulness, for a community of persons who care across the world thru the circle of the labyrinth, for those who bodily, financially and spiritually respond to the needs of others, for the promise of a new dawn, even when the night seems endless.

I thank you for your email, and for calling us all to remembrance. May we acknowledge both the powerful hand of nature and the promise-filled possibility of humanity.

Some of us will soon gather in Chartres, one week being on the transitions of life. We who are there will offer prayer and thought to the unchosen transitions of our communities and your world.

Our love and thoughts are with you and your nation,

Kay Mutert
Tuscaloosa AL USA

Not long after writing that note, Kay wrote this…..

Once again natural disaster has hit, as tornadoes twisted, turned and charged on, creating havoc and destruction across the Southeast of the United States.

Even as these communities strive to move out from under the rubble,the uncertain recovery of Japan continues. And our hearts are not far removed from past events around the world that still leave their mark, places and persons still scarred and broken, continued loss and emptiness. 

We who are able, offer this prayer and thought to the un-chosen transitions of our communities and world.

 PRAYER FOR COMPASSION

We know any loss touches all.
Loss of life is loss of life.
We are, as Thomas Berry said, a communion of subjects.
We are joined together in life, in story.

 In the traditions of ancient wisdom and spirit,
may we both uphold the people and places lost and hurt
by this recent epidemic of storm destruction
and remember the losses in these other communities around the world,
those now a part of our past news.

 May we continue not to forget…
not to forget the disasters of recent years and places,
not to forget the tragedy of Japan,
not to forget the present ache of the Southeast states.
May we hold each other in love and care.

 And may we continue to hold hope and thankfulness—
for a community of persons who care across the world through the circle of the labyrinth,
for those who bodily, financially and spiritually respond to the needs of others,
for the promise of a new dawn, even when the night seems endless.

 May the labyrinth call us all to remembrance.
May we acknowledge both the powerful hand of nature and
the promise-filled possibility of humanity.
May we be a helping world for a hurting world.

 May we never lose our sense of compassion,
our cup never be too full to care and respond.

May our love and spirit be with all who mourn loss,
with all who work in the grace of recovery.
May we walk in love, care and compassion.

 —Kay Mutert, TuscaloosaAL May 2, 2011—

 

GHR 2011 Q2: Coming Together/Compassion

2011 Global Healing
Theme: Coming Together
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”—Henry Ford

April-May-June
Focus: Compassion
Response to: Tornadoes in USA’s South

Quote: “The whole idea of compassion is based on a keen awareness of the interdependence of all these living beings, which are all part of one another, and all involved in one another.” Thomas Merton

Color:  Soft blue, like a comforting blanket on a cold night

Prayer

(Kay Mutert, Veriditas Master Teacher, wrote a special prayer in response to the tornadoes that devastated her town, Tuscaloosa, Alabama and so many other cities in the South. It is attached below.)

Compassion is not afraid to feel. It is not afraid to suffer.  It is alive and beating and knows we are one—one with the Divine.  Come with passion to that which calls your heart no matter how big or small.
Allow yourself to feel what you feel, and it will lead you to that authentic true nature of things that bring you peace of mind.
Let the energy behind your heart’s passion move you into the action you want, need and desire. Open yourself to a world far deeper than your mind could ever know.
Walk your possibilities, and allow your potential to seek compassion in yourself so that you may serve yourself and the world in the tradition of the strong and the real. Every step you take is a healing step for yourself and others. Every step you take is a sacred step.
Walking the sacred Path of the labyrinth you heal your heart and soul. You heal the earth and all her people and creatures. It is time!  Amen                  —Jo Ann Mast, Veriditas Master Teacher

Ideas for benefiting organization: American Red Cross, United Way of Western Alabama (Tuscaloosa), United Way of Central Alabama (Birmingham)

Ideas for ambiance:  Living plants, flowers representing new growth and hope, candles, bells or chimes to ring while walking.

Music: “Quiet Heart and Spirit” by Richard Warner, “Compassion” by Peter Kater and “Gratitude” by Kim Robertson

 

Once again natural disaster has hit, as tornadoes twisted, turned and charged on, creating havoc and destruction across the Southeast of the United States.

Even as these communities strive to move out from under the rubble, the uncertain recovery of Japan continues. And our hearts are not far removed from past events around the world that still leave their mark, places and persons still scarred and broken, continued loss and emptiness.

We who are able, offer this prayer and thought to the Un-chosen transitions of our communities and world.

 PRAYER FOR COMPASSION

We know any loss touches all.
Loss of life is loss of life.
We are, as Thomas Berry said, a communion of subjects.
We are joined together in life, in story.

In the traditions of ancient wisdom and spirit,
may we both uphold the people and places lost and hurt
by this recent epidemic of storm destruction
and remember the losses in these other communities around the world,
those now a part of our past news.

May we continue not to forget…
not to forget the disasters of recent years and places,
not to forget the tragedy of Japan,
not to forget the present ache of the Southeast states.
May we hold each other in love and care.

And may we continue to hold hope and thankfulness—
for a community of persons who care across the world through the circle of the labyrinth,
for those who bodily, financially and spiritually respond to the needs of others,
for the promise of a new dawn, even when the night seems endless.

May the labyrinth call us all to remembrance.
May we acknowledge both the powerful hand of nature and
the promise-filled possibility of humanity.
May we be a helping world for a hurting world.

May we never lose our sense of compassion,
our cup never be too full to care and respond.

May our love and spirit be with all who mourn loss,
with all who work in the grace of recovery.
May we walk in love, care and compassion.

—Kay Mutert, TuscaloosaAL May 2, 2011—

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GHR 2011 Q1: Coming Together/Connection

2011 Global Healing
Theme: Coming Together
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”—Henry Ford

January-February-March
Focus:   Connection

Photo by The Rev. Warren Lynn

Quote: “When you live your life with an appreciation of coincidences and their meanings, you connect with the underlying field of infinite possibilities.”  —Deepak Chopra

Picture/symbol:  Two deer seeing eye to eye.

Color:  Yellow, like the spark between two fingers about to touch

Prayer
Turning to one another is as simple as a heart-felt conversation to restore hope.  It is not our differences that divide us. It is our judgment about each other. Connecting through conversation is the natural way we as humans think together. Conversation takes time. We need time to sit together, to listen, to worry and to dream together.

As this age of turmoil tears us apart, we need to reclaim time to be together. When we begin listening to each other, and when we talk about things that matter to us, the world begins to change.
Reality doesn’t change itself. We need to act.  —Jo Ann Mast

Ideas for benefiting organization:  The Center for Nonviolent Communication (https://www.cnvc.org/)

Ideas for ambiance around the labyrinth: Candles, pillows in groups, snacks and goodies, coffee to promote lingering and sharing

Music:  “All is Forgiven,” Ashana (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ashana)

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GHR 2010 Q4: A Call for Courage/Heart

2010 Global Healing
Theme: A Call for Courage
“Courage is a kind of salvation.”  ~Plato

October-November-December
Focus:   Heart

Photo by The Rev. Warren Lynn                                                          

Quote: “Sometimes the biggest act of courage is a small one.”  —Lauren Raffo

Picture/symbol:  Red Rose

Color:  Red

Prayer
Blessed are You, Oh Harvest of my Heart, never let me lose sight of the importance of a beautiful sunrise; or watching my children or grandchildren sleep or smell the rain. It is often the little things that really matter in life.

Open my heart and mind to the small steps and little victories along my path for these have the greater meaning in life.

I give thanks to you, Divine One who are so Light-Hearted, make my heart like yours. May I be a light this day for those who are in darkness and give warmth and light to all.

Amen —Jo Ann Mast

Ideas for benefiting organization: UNICEF

Ideas for ambiance: Enhance your labyrinth with small rocks, glass stones or beads and tea lights (candles or battery operated)

Music: “Beauty All Around: All is Forgiven” by Ashana; (Songs for voice and crystal singing bowls; “Portal” by Christine Tulis (award winning harpist & composer)

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GHR 2010 Q3: A Call for Courage/Patience

2010 Global Healing
Theme: A Call for Courage
“Courage is a kind of salvation.”  ~Plato

July-August-September
Focus:   Patience

Photo by The Rev. Warren Lynn

Quote: “Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.” —John Quincy Adams

 Picture/symbol:  Clouds and sky

Color:  Blue

Prayer
Life-Giver, Compassionate Companion, over and over you teach us about the process of inner growth: to have patience with all things but chiefly have patience with ourselves. Regardless of how much patience we have, we would prefer never to use it.

You advise us that patience cannot not be acquired overnight. It is just like building up a muscle. Everyday we need to work on it.

You encourage us to not lose courage but to instantly set about to transform our impatience— everyday begin the task anew.

Life-Giver, support and guide us in our daily practice of patience. Open our hearts to understand that patience makes lighter what sorrow cannot heal. Patience is the art of caring slowly.

We are grateful. 

—Jo Ann Mast

Ideas for benefiting organization: Local Food Banks

Ideas for ambiance: Canned goods, shoes to donate to a shelter, any offering of help to your community

Music: “SecretGardens: Songs From A SecretGardens” by Mercury; “Celtic Spirit” by Narada Collection Series; “Chartres: The Path of the Soul” by Catherine Braslavsky Ensemble

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GHR 2010 Q2: A Call for Courage/Spirit

2010 Global Healing
Theme: A Call for Courage
“Courage is a kind of salvation.”  ~Plato

April-May-June
Focus:   Spirit

Photo by The Rev. Warren Lynn

Quote: “Spirit has fifty times the strength and staying power of brawn and muscle.”  —Mark Twain

Picture/symbol:  Yellow water lily

Color:  Yellow

Prayer
From out of the depths of darker places; Up from the mud of past death and decay; Surpassing all that would consume our tender shoots of hopeful possibility — We journey beyond the cold past toward a golden light of new life.  With each motion forward, we come closer to our own blossoming future.

And so, for Spirit that offers us energy to keep going; for Spirit that leads us beyond old regrets with surprising strength; for Spirit that guides us along better paths; for Spirit that empowers indescribable beauty in unsuspecting places – we give thanks, beyond even our words.

To this time, Spirit brings only what we already have the potential to become, moving us toward a radiant light of new day, until, finally, we too blossom with a golden brilliance, offering Spirit for a world in such great need. Amen. —Warren Lynn

Ideas for benefiting organization: Veriditas or local labyrinth organization or Local Women’s Shelter

Ideas for ambiance: Flowers!!!!!! Perhaps bunches of yellow daffodils. New life

Music: “Soir, Dit-Elle,” tracks 3-5, 9, 11, 13-14, by Trio Mediaeval or, “Emergence: Songs of the Rainbow World,” tracks 1-2, 4-5, 7, 9, R. Carlos Nakai; and “Spirit Wind” album by Richard Warner

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GHR 2010 February: Chili Earthquake

frontpagepic2 copyIn response to the earthquake that occured in Chili on February 27, 2010. 

We would like to extend our Global Healing efforts that were first implemented this year for the Haitian earthquake victims to the victims and survivors of the Chilean earthquake.  Saturday, March 13th is the date we have chosen.  As we said before, please understand that, though it would be great if we could all walk on the 13th, it is more important that you conduct a walk.  So if that date doesn’t work for you, or if you have already planned a walk in which you could incorporate the GHR, please know it is more important to have a walk at a time that works for you than to not have an event at all.

If you have not had a GHR walk yet, perhaps you can combine your efforts to include both locations- Haiti and Chile.

Below is the prayer we will use to unify our efforts. For the PDF version of this prayer [button link=”http://globalhealingresponse.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/2010ChiliRecoveryPrayer.pdf”] click here[/button]

 

Labyrinth Prayer for Global Relief

to Chilean Earthquake Victims

March 1, 2010

by Warren Lynn

Amidst pain and suffering and loss and injustice beyond our words and feelings,

we bring ourselves into the intimate presence of holiness —

to ask and argue and doubt and cry.

And when all is said, and all is thought,

and exhaustion replaces the raw energy of our grief…

…finally we let our quiet breathing replace what keeps us from

letting Shalom, Salaam, Peace, Paz have its way with us.

Indeed, now, breathing in Spirit feeds our spirit;

breathing out Spirit cleanses our souls.

Breathing in feeds — breathing out cleanses.

Breathing in — breathing out.

True inspiration!

Tonight, we find strength in our breathing to abide in each new step;

one after the other.

Tonight, in our breathing and our walking,

we experience the intimate presence of holy sustenance along the way

toward a more-focused compassion.

Slowly, we begin to seek less after answers about why this has happened.

More and more, we begin to ask, “how can we help?”

“What creative solution can come from our gifts?”

“Who are we, who am I, to be used for healing,

reconciliation, new wholeness, generous comfort…

…for those in places like Chile wherein lives have been

undone by the mysteries of creation’s ways.

So, let us listen for Spirit in the deepest places of our living.

Let us acquaint ourselves with holy possibilities within our own lives.

Let us affirm and confirm our ability to bring a new light of relief and recovery

into the presently darkened holes of grief and pain across our world,

and even next door;

…into the life of each of our neighbors, even those in Chile.

 

GHR 2010 January: Haiti Earthquake

TheaHaiti2In response to the earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010. For more information about this disaster click here.

We would like to implement the Global Healing Response in reaction to the horrible earthquake in Haiti.   As you might remember from previous Global Healing Responses (Katrina, Myanmar), the GHR is an international effort through which countless labyrinths will be made available worldwide for people to walk, as they pray and discern how they might contribute to the emerging recovery solution for the country of Haiti and the Haitian people.

We have chosen Friday, January 22, 2010 for us to do our walks.  The power of us walking together with the intention and energy of healing will, without a doubt, be impactful to those suffering.  With that said, if that day is not convenient feel free to choose a time that works for you and your community.  Because the pain and struggles will continue in Haiti, it might be appropriate to allow more time than just one day for the walks. 

I have attached a prayer (GHRHaitiPrayer) written by The Rev. Warren Lynn that we can all use and hand out to walkers: This will be our unifying energy, yes?    We learned during our Hurricane Katrina response that those outside the Veriditas labyrinth community—and even beyond the labyrinth community—wanted to participate.  Hopefully that will be the case this time, too. 

Remember, never underestimate the power of the labyrinth AND unified healing energy!

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Over 27 facilitators led walks all over the world in honor of the victims of the earthquake.

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Labyrinth Prayer for Global Relief to Earthquake Victims

January 15, 2010
by Warren Lynn

Amidst pain and suffering and loss and injustice beyond our words and feelings,
we bring ourselves into the intimate presence of holiness
— to ask and argue and doubt and cry.
And when all is said, and all is thought, and exhaustion replaces the raw energy of our grief…
…finally we let our quiet breathing replace what keeps us from letting Shalom, Salaam, Peace have its way with us. Indeed, now, breathing in Spirit feeds our spirit; breathing out Spirit cleanses our souls.
Breathing in feeds — breathing out cleanses. Breathing in — breathing out.
True inspiration!
Tonight, we find strength in our breathing to abide in each new step; one after the other.
Tonight, in our breathing and our walking,
we experience the intimate presence of holy sustenance along the way toward a more-focused compassion.
Slowly, we begin to seek less after answers about why this has happened.
More and more, we begin to ask, “how can we help?”
“What creative solution can come from our gifts?”
“Who are we, who am I, to be used for healing, reconciliation, new wholeness, generous comfort…
…for those in places like Haiti wherein lives have been undone by the mysteries of creation’s ways.
So, let us listen for Spirit in the deepest places of our living.
Let us acquaint ourselves with holy possibilities within our own lives.
Let us affirm and confirm our ability to bring a new light of relief and recovery
into the presently darkened holes of grief and pain across our world, and even next door;
…into the life of each of our neighbors, even those in Haiti.

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Reflections from Walks for Haiti

Friday, January 22, 2010
Veriditas Global Healing Walk for Hatai

Lea Goode-Harris

Santa Rosa, CA USA

It is dark,

wet,

and cold here…

I am alone…

I step forward and light

the heart space…

blazing light sizzles in the damp night

connecting me in circles ever expanding

as I step onto this lone path…

I walk in silence,

my heart full of thoughts

of those who’s night is ever deeper,

where even though the sun shines…

their despair reaches…

searching for meaning to a world turned upside down,

shaken and broken…

their humanity seen by those who will look…

Walking this path…

I reach back, touching the hands of those walking

around the world,

weaving our love to hold that which is no more,

to that unknown

where all life ends and begins again…

Asking for compassion,

humility,

sustenance,

love,

healing,

recognizing our face in other,

being present with this step,

and the next…

holding our light,

gently…

so others may find their way home…

One More Miracle on the Path

  It was late. The walk had ended. Just before the labyrinth was folded away she was seen peering through the glass door at the sign publicizing the Compassion Labyrinth Walk for Haiti. The church was a strange place for her; she was not a member and had never been there before. In fact, in so many ways, OrcasIsland remained unfamiliar to her. She had only been on the island four years and didn’t get out too often. These were not her people; and besides, she had never walked a labyrinth before. It seemed perhaps better to gather round her the uneasiness, doubts, and fears that had become her companions of late and turn away from the church. As she walked down the street, Cheryl ran to catch her and asked had she been wanting to walk the labyrinth? Without hesitation the visitor blurted out, “Yes.”   Later, as the young girl finished her walk, she was delighted at the invitation to help fold the labyrinth.  When asked if she had a connection to Haiti, Rosedanie replied, “Yes, I am Haitian.  I have just returned from visiting my family.” “What has this week been like for you?” she was asked. “I have not as yet been able to get any news of my family. I am planning to return in a few weeks once I am able to find a group to go with.” Knowing she is a cook in a tiny local eatery, I silently wondered about the sacrifices she might have to bear in order to travel the thousands of miles back to her land, now a devastated place of pain and unknowing.   Once again, the path continues to unfold, encircling yet one more grieving heart desperate for comfort and relief from the pains of this transitory life. The labyrinth remains silent, strong, and eternal as it continues to heal, one person at a time.

Nancy Ayer Orcas Island, WA St. Croix, Virgin Islands

Follow up to the above story…. Well, Rosedanie leaves Orcas today and will be in Seattle and New York before going on to Haiti on February 10th.   I don’t know if you’re on the island, but in case you missed it, she was written up in the Sounder this week.  I thought you might enjoy seeing this: http://www.pnwlocalnews.com/sanjuans/isj/lifestyle/82307792.html Teri Williams and her husband Jay, who are Rosedanie’s landlords, were kind enough to waive her rent for the month she will be in Haiti.   And others have come through for her; it’s been very inspiring. Of course this is just a beginning for this project, and she is going to be able to bring along a building contractor and a permaculture specialist to help organize the people in the village, and another professional project manager to help too.  She is one mover and shaker!

Just a quick note to let you know that we did have the Global
Labyrinth Walk at the Nelson Cathedral on Friday the 22nd.
One woman, who is a friend of local woman, Emily Sanson, who lost
her husband and two daughters in the earthquake in Haiti came to do
the walk. (Emily’s husband covered their two year old, and she
survived, but he and two other daughters didn’t. Emily is still in
Florida waiting for rescuers to find the third daughter’s body, and
hopes to return to Nelson, soon.)
Another gentleman, who goes to the local Sea of Faith group came
along. The others who did the walk were visitors to the area and
when I explained why there were candles around the labyrinth, several
of them did walk. One woman from Germany, who couldn’t speak English
did walk, after her daughter explained it to her. We did have
thirteen people walk that afternoon. The local newspaper did send a
photographer on the day, and I did get a call from a journalist the
next morning. So there was a report, after the fact, in the local paper.

Nancy Sayer

GHR 2009 Q4: A Time of Transition/Gratitude

2009 Global Healing
Theme: A Time of Transition
“There is no power greater than a community discovering what it cares about”

October-November-December
Focus:   Gratitude

Photo by The Rev. Warren Lynn

Quote: “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity…. It turns problems into gifts, failures into success, the unexpected into perfect timing, and mistakes into important events. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.” —Melodie Beattie

Picture/symbol: DoveThe dove is a symbol of peace and traditional feminine mother symbol. The song of the Dove reminds us to awaken to the promise of the future to help us see what to give birth to in our lives.  

Color: Green—Not only is green symbolic of the heart chakra it also creates harmony and balance in the universe..

Prayer
Divine One, Gentle Creator,
“Behold, Enjoy, Appreciate.–Welcome all who come into your life. Look with awe and smile with elation. Forgive those who stand at a distance. Be tender with the rough edges of yourself. Thank those who have settled in your heart and welcome all those who are yet to come. Peace”.

Ideas for benefiting organization: Besides the usual holiday organizations that need our generosity, perhaps there is an organization that has been particularly helpful and supportive of you and your labyrinth work…a community that gives you space to host your walks, creates events to include the labyrinth, and even Veriditas!

Ideas for ambiance: Nature’s abundant harvest and gifts to us: gourds, pumpkins, colorful leaves, pinecones, greens, wreaths, grapevines.

Music: Watching this video might inspire your own ideas for music:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Us-TVg40ExM

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GHR 2009 Q3: A Time of Transition/Creativity

2009 Global Healing
Theme: A Time of Transition
“There is no power greater than a community discovering what it cares about”

July-August-September
Focus:   Creativity

Photo by The Rev. Warren Lynn

Quote: “Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.” — Erich Fromm

Picture/symbol: Robin—With the robin we can expect new growth to occur in all areas of our life—to open our hearts and spread our wings.      

Color:  Orange

Prayer
Divine Light, Creator of the universe, Your Love and Light is within and around all of us. It is in the galaxies and the smallest grains of sand. May our creativity and daring growth be inspired by the images of this vast universe. Give us the courage to bring to consciousness the sacredness of the universe and the interrelationship with our earth community. May our walk within the ancient paths of this archetypical labyrinth imprint a new birth that shares in the awe and wonder of those first beginnings.  —Bonnie Odiorne

Ideas for benefiting organization: Honor an innovative program that is trying to reach people in a new way.  Perhaps an organization that provides micro loans to people wanting to create new businesses in impoverished countries?

Ideas for ambiance: Supply journaling paper, sketching paper, colored pencils, pens, stamps for participants to express their creative ideas after their walk.

Music:
“Canyon Trilogy” (http://www.amazon.com/Canyon-Trilogy-Native-American-Flute/dp/B00000136Z/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1245126135&sr=1-1)
“Mythic Dreamer” by Carlos Nakai (http://www.amazon.com/Mythic-Dreamer-Music-Native-American/dp/B00000136V/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1245126076&sr=1-1)

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