I’ve been getting some great feedback on the Eagle Feather Meditation, this is from Jennifer:
Writing by Lorelei Boyce
I am Lorelei Boyce, a First Nations social worker, writer and counselor. I am based in the South Cariboo region of British Columbia.
Meditation for First Nations
As I have travelled on my path to wellness I found meditation to be a useful tool to promote healing in my life. After about three years of listening to meditations from other cultures I decided to write and record my own with the voice and sound of our culture.
Meditation uses guided imagery to promote relaxation and healing. The Eagle Feather Meditation, for example, features the soothing sounds of Cree traditional singing and drumming in the background.
I just listened to the final version of Eagle Feather Meditation. It is approved, now I am waiting for CD Baby to upload to CD Baby servers. It is a very exciting time. I am hoping that Eagle Feather Meditation will reach many people far and wide and help them on their life journey.
I wrote my first meditation called Eagle Feather Meditation. This meditation is a relaxation meditation. I then went into New Age Entertainment Studios and recorded the meditation. I thought that there would be many recordings before I got the meditation to sound right. This was not the case as we did one recording and it was perfect.
Have you forgotten me?
I watch for you, looking for signs of your love.
A chronic illness is what the Doctor said.
A chronic illness means “forever”.
Chronic illness means some days my legs are so weak I can barely stand or a gentle bump and I am falling.