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Sing for the Trees - Susan Elizabeth Hale

In this episode of the Sagoheim podcast, I interview Susan Elizabeth Hale M.A., an American-born music therapist, writer and tree singer living in Malvern, England. Susan is the author of "Sacred Space, Sacred Sound: The Acoustic Mysteries of Holy Places” and creator of the global event "Earth Day – Sing for the Trees.” Her latest book "Emma Oliver and the Song of Creation" follows the story of eleven-year-old Emma Oliver, who doesn’t know that she comes from generations of tree singers, passed from mother to daughter. With the Great Mother Tree dying in the Shining Land, Emma must sing the Song of Creation before it's too late. Like Emma, we too are being called to raise our voices and take action. “We are being asked by the trees to sing,” says Susan, “to give to them, to notice them, to say how beautiful you are, thank you, thank you for the service that you do for us all the time… and we want to help you because we’re the ones who can walk around on two legs…

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