Original Native American Flute Music with healing qualities.
“Waiting Pen.” The instrument waiting patiently for us to be our own storytellers.
“Heart in Hand.” Walking together in sacred meadows.
“Ice Bridge.” Inspired by the first wanderers that were the ancestors of North America’s native peoples.
The Mandarin voice-over in "Ice Bridge" translates to: 'We followed the stars across the narrow ice bridge to the new territory. Now our children’s children sing our heart songs. We never left.'
“Shared Breath.” As we walk together, sometimes we inhale our life’s breath.
“Another Feather.” As a recognition of navigating one of life’s passages.
“Fathers Dear.” Dedicated to all beloved fathers and mentors.
“First Star.” All the excitement of seeing the evenings first celestial lights.
“Worn Path.” How many times have I walked this path without remembering?
“First Growth.” As roses in a March garden.
“Chin Up.” So that I may learn from your eyes.
“Canopy.” Inspired by our celestial blanket.
“Spring Kisses.” The freshness of new love.
“Spirals.” Memories on a turnstile.
“Blue Element.” A musical ode to longing and gratitude.
Memo is a healer/artist and shamanic practitioner in the Inca energy traditions. The flute first appeared to him in a guided shamanic journey called a ‘soul retrieval’ conducted by anthropologist Alberto Villoldo. He later purchased his first flute in Sedona, AZ and used it in the shamanic practices of opening sacred spaces, sound healings and divinations.
He is inspired by the beautiful flute music of R. Carlos Nakai, Mary Youngblood, Stephen DeRuby, and Scott August.