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Peacemagic Shamanic

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Peacemagic Shamanic's soundscapes combine driving rhythm with richly layered instruments and ethereal vocals, creating a compelling soundtrack for your shamanic journey or trancework. Their pieces are designed to guide you into a trance state, hold the space for an extended period of time (each piece runs at least 20 minutes), and gently bring you back.

Peacemagic Shamanic's members are multi-instrumentalists Paul Nordquist and Amy Guskin, who draw on their experience as musical artists and shamanic teachers to create appealing music with depth and power. The two have taught shamanic journeying, and made music together, for more than fifteen years. They've studied with Geo Trevarthen, Tom Cowan, Sandra Ingerman, and the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, and lead a long-running monthly shamanic journeying circle where they have taught hundreds of beginners the core principles of shamanic journeying.

Peacemagic Shamanic
Buffalo - Crane - Lizard

Buffalo - Crane - Lizard

Peacemagic Shamanic

CD, 70:30 minutes

US/Canada Customers

$15.50 US for US customers, shipping included

Three extended journeying tracks devoted to three animal spirit guides mark the debut album for this shamanic soundscape duo. Buffalo is strong and earthy, propelled by deep frame drums and a melancholy group chant that seems to depict an ecstatic ritual dance. Crane is watery and mysterious, with Asian overtones and soothing keyboard melodies echoing and responding, creating a sense of infinite time. Lizard is deep and warm, airy and magical, with a propulsive marimba melody contrasting the soaring chant, and anchoring the cosmic song of a glittering night sky. All three extended journeys begin with a short meditation section, and end with a callback approximately a minute long.

Buffalo (23:14) >> listen to an excerpt
Crane (23:56) >> listen to an excerpt
Lizard (23:20) >> listen to an excerpt