- June 7 @ 10:00 am - June 10 @ 5:00 pm
- February 7, 2020 - February 10, 2020
Exciting…renews both your mind and body
review of 'Sisters of the Dream'
I am loving the Songaia sounds! My basal temperature is going up, and my thyroid is balancing.
Gratitude to you forever for opening so many doors!
Williams’ harp on ‘Song of Isis’ is the closest I’ve come across to the Sumerian cuneiform musical notation!
author and historian
I am so grateful to you for sharing this work with so much passion and generosity. It is the “missing link” which integrates my healing work.
My husband has changed into a more powerful man. Our relationship has been wonderful since. Bless you for the role you played in bringing this about.
Thank you Ani, you have played an important part in our autistic son’s healing process. He is communicating better and steadily healing. He is playing music and most interestingly he is playing his missing notes!!
Deeply moving. Ani Williams’ chants honor and celebrate the feminine in diverse wisdom traditions…awakens us to the ‘Sacred Union’ within.
author of “The Woman with the Alabaster Jar”
Songaia is fantastic; the tones and melodies touch me very deeply and help me feel a sense of my true self. It clears my mind and opens up feelings within me.
The Songaia music we have used with our autistic children at the University of Mexico has helped them more than many other alternative applications.
UNAM Dept. of Autism, Mexico City
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