In the silence, Her breath blows.
Her breath upon this mountain.
Her skin, soft upon this mound.
Mother of all, may Your sweet breath
breathe into me a song,
and that song of joy is what I sing
on these beloved shores. The colours
are brighter than ever before,
the veils so thin they are gone,
they are gone, they are gone -
I am Home...
I sing my heart's song
to the moon, to the stars,
to this beloved earth,
wet with the nighttime dew.
Echoing in the ruined halls of memory,
even in this moon glow,
a child's voice: his laughter. Her joy.
We are living at an incredible time when many people living are recognising the importance of our interconnection to one another and are wanting to experience the sacred from a feminine archetypal, Goddess perspective. My music and practice are centred in a European cultural and geographical context where nearly all indigenous Goddess traditions were largely forgotten a long time ago and have to be reimagined, re-membered. And yet, and yet, She speaks. She is alive... both in us and in the sacred land beneath our feet.
The songs I sing; the ceremonies I create; my mediumship; and the gifts of healing are built on a lifetime's foundation of journeying, ceremony, and weaving from a very young age. Many years of loving Goddess and working more and more deeply with my ancestors in the magic of the land. I am so excited to share these gifts of the spirit and heart with you. I play all of my own instruments, including an ethereal Finnish plucked zither called a kantele - an instrument that connects me to a still living tradition of my Finnish ancestors.
While I have learned from several different spiritual traditions, I am a dedicated Priestess of Goddess serving the land where I now live in the United Kingdom, offering a new perspective in the here and now. My music is dedicated to soul singing, drawing on experiences of deep personal transformation, mediumship, and an ever unfolding spiritual connection to the natural world.
I live in the beautiful land surrounding the ancient chalk figure of the Uffington White Horse in Oxfordshire, in the south of England.