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Earth Day - Sing for the Trees

Four years ago, I bought a one way ticket to London and began travelling around England and Scotland on a quest to reconnect with my Celtic roots and visit sacred sites, ancient trees and the places that called to me. My only sort of plan was that I knew that I wanted to visit Glastonbury, Scotland and the White Leaved Oak in Malvern. I placed the rest of the journey in the hands of the Great Mystery, trusting in the flow of the path. What followed was a truly magical and miraculous journey, and on this pilgrimage, I made many new friends and connections. During my visit to the White Leaved Oak, I came into contact with Susan Elizabeth Hale, an American-born music therapist, writer and tree singer living in Malvern. Before meeting Susan, I had never met a fellow tree singer and nor did I know that there was such a thing. Ever since I can remember, I have always felt that singing and speaking to trees is the most natural thing in the world, but as I grew up, I learnt that communicat

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