Comments from the Circle of Wonder Inishowen experience:
“I heard it would happen, I counted the days, I came and I saw, Where magic is made. This is the Circle of Wonder.”
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“I enjoyed making connections with everyone. Meeting new people and chatting. I loved all of it. Especially the sound bath, drumming & ceilí dancing. The singing was also cool. And the clay art! Imagining and thinking and making up stories in my head. Why should we worry? We have everything here. I loved it all really but especially the music. I’d love a drumming workshop. Friendly energy. Warm welcome. Fun. Laughter, Sound bath. Meeting old dancing friend of 20 years ago. So inclusive of kids and everyone. I loved the paints and singing. I dreamed of how much we love our babies, how our ancestors are looking out for us and love us so much and will guide and cherish us through life. Strong love. Loved the sound healing, dance, inclusiveness, joy. Thanks, this was gr8! This was such a wonderful experience. The part I enjoyed the most were the sounds and the generational span of ages. Dance at the end I loved being with kind generous people and sharing together. I loved the dancing too. I loved being present to beautiful people, the faces of happy children participating. I loved the symbols of creating a new thing. Love, peace and music. Thank you. Dancing! Group drumming and singing. The music and the jam. Music and community laughter. Mime, music and dance.”
Míle buíochas Sincere Gratitude for all involved, including the new crew:
It has been a pleasure to bring this new creative culture to Inishowen. I enjoy ‘social sculpturing’ (as Lex put it)!
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Thanks, Go raibh maith agat,
Kathleen O’Hara Farren