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  3. petra

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    @Cong Thank You, for me as "a" Westerner it is fair to say, that I would not have known about Tuva without Feynman and Leighton, I have not an Asian background as you do. Also whoever claimed them in their long History, they consider themselves Tuvan till this day, make beautiful postal stamps, and a new flag whenever they feel like it, I love their spirit. I have the beautiful Huun-Huur-Tu on CD, as well as everything I could get a hold on from artists of Tuva.
  4. Troubadour

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    Australia has a throat singer. I had the pleasure of playing the blues with Bukhu some time back. Here he is wowing ‘em at the Voice.
  5. Leela Corman

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    Oh man, I love music from this part of the world so much. And film, and history. Check out this amazing band, Namgar - I think they're from Buryatia, so, influences of Mongolian and Russian cultures. This singer is so great. A couple of Western musicians have learned throat singing, and the results are always interesting, the way they've paired it with the music they're making. I'm thinking of the Ukrainian band DakhaBrakha (who are absolutely incredible), and the musician Alexander Hacke, best known for being a member of Einsturzende Neubauten from the beginning, but als
  6. Cong

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    The history is a bit more complicated. Tuva has been under the rules of First Turkic Empire/ Mongol Empire/ Qing Dynasty over the past 2000 years and the their cultures influence each other. I think Russia took Tuva Republic right after the Qing Dynasty fell apart in 1910s. Also I'm not sure if it's fair to say that without Feynman and friends the world wouldn't know about Tuvan people and their traditions...They are well documented in history books and I saw throat singing performance on TV quite often in China. My very favorite band from Tuva is Huun-Huur-Tu! I once flied to Boston just
  7. Jackie

    The feel of an entity

    Thank u for ALL the info on my cadre....C2/E7.......I do always push through things until I feel in my body/ mind that I have understood it completely.....I laugh at the insanity part....probably because I have been insane many other lifetimes
  8. Maureen

    The feel of an entity

    Here's the link to Ask Michael: April 2014. I'll add a link to my earlier comment, as well. When I'm looking for something I first search in my own personal files and then I search on TLE. I must have left out step two.
  9. Maureen

    ENERGY REPORT - January 2021

    I woke up today feeling better, feeling more optimistic than I have in a long time. I had a defining dream this morning. This is just the excerpt at the end of a longer dream. It's about Trump finally leaving us all. I left the part in about the contractor as I think it relates to the influence, political or otherwise, many of us have had and still can have on people who are waking up. I see all politics, whether global or local, as personal. We are all part of the political body whether we realize it or not. Dream on January 17, 2021: Then the contractor, who had gone
  10. petra

    The feel of an entity

    @Maureen When I go to the Ask Michael Sessions of 2014, the session you are mentioning above from April 6th 2014, it is not there? I am referring to the above post: I remembered seeing information on C2E7 somewhere and I (just) found it in an ASK Michael from April 6, 2014 I am glad you posted it here, but would be great to find it in Ask Michael from 2014 as well, Thank You
  11. Gargling is healthy! Those are the false chords. Basically, what constitutes as healthy is whatever feels easy and relaxed. A great questions to ask while you're singing is "does my throat feel tight or open? Does this feel painful?" Singing is just sending air through the vibration of the vocal chords: the more relaxed your throat is, the more space the vocal chords have to vibrate, the easier it is to bring that vibrating air forward and up into the mask, the more resonant the sound. If singing ever feels strained or tight, there's probably some tensing of the musculature happening, usuall
  12. Delphi

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    I see, thanks for pointing this out!! I had no idea Tuva was a separate and unique country, or that the tuvan people even existed. I'll be sure to learn more about them in the future.
  13. petra

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    I'd like to mention that the documentary Genghis Blues takes place in Tanna TUVA, not in Mongolia, as well as Ondar is a Tuvan not a Mongolian. Tuva was a unique and independent country, till after the second World war, where it got swallowed up by the Russians. The physicist Richard Feynman and his friend Ralph Leighton made the world aware of its existence, without them we would not know. They were responsible behind the scenes that Ondar could travel to the US and perform, to make the world aware of the existence of Tuva and its people, and rich traditions.
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  25. Jean-François Lozevis

    About choice

    God (or the Tao if you prefer) is the sum of all possibilities. When we make a choice, we choose one possibility : we create AND discover our reality. I think that also mathematics are creations AND discoveries. They are at once reality and pure fiction.
  26. Delphi

    A Karachay-Balkar folk song: Alan Halk

    I really like the free and wild spirit of the steppes peoples. Thanks for sharing. A song with a similar-ish sentiment, but from a different culture, just for your interest. This was a huge hit in the Cantopop sphere back in the 90s.
  27. Delphi

    Genghis Blues & Ondar

    Thanks for sharing, Mongol music is fantastic. Khusugtun (a famous mongolian musical group) came to my high school to perform once and hearing those toe curling vocal fry notes with the overtones and the horse headed fiddles was magical. The spirit of Mongolian music goes really well with rock and metal. Here are some examples:
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