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L.R. Heartsong is “a healer who writes.” A bodyworker and counselor for more than twenty-five years, he fuses eco-depth psychology, soul-based coaching, shamanic work, and spiritual guidance. He is also a Paris-trained chef.

Returning to the States after an extended period of living in Europe, for nearly five years he penned the Soul Artist Journal, a weekly e-column/blog—the archives of which form the basis for his newly released book, TO KNEEL AND KISS THE EARTH: INSPIRATION FROM THE SOUL ARTIST JOURNAL. Currently he writes TendingSacred, a monthly exploration of a healer’s path, and is working on a memoir of this reluctant mystic's time living in England.

Interviews with him include the award-winning Conversations Radio with Michael Stone
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The night air is heavy and thick, a weight upon my skin, almost like a lover’s breath. Fecund with sound, the warm, damp darkness is a sonic tapestry of insects, tree frogs, occasional night birds, and a chorus of amphibians along the stream that joins the river nearby—a timeless symphony of the jungle.


Alone in my tambo (hut), its walls consisting only of greenish mesh screen, by the light of a...

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