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Evolve with Robin White Turtle Lysne-Tony Redhouse Interview

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Evolve!
Nurturing the New in Consciousness, the Arts, and Culture
hosted by : Robin White Turtle Lysne, M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D.

Evolve! brings you people and ideas on the cutting edge of change opening the shells of the past to move our culture into the now.

We are all in great need of sustainable ideas for change. The arts and evolving consciousness are how we are bringing that change to the culture at large.

This show will bring you the wise, the foolish and the heart-based to help us meet the challenges of the times we are in.

This month my guest is Tony Redhouse, of the Navajo nation, is a Native American sound healer, spiritual teacher, inspirational speaker, Eagle/Hoop dancer and award winning recording artist who uses his voice and music to move communities, worldwide. He is a two-time winner of the Native American Music Awards and nominated for a third. His discography includes the albums: “Harmony of East & West – 2013; “Release” -2011; "Deep Within" - 2008; "Soul Blessings" -2003; "Journey to the Four Winds" -2001. He was filmed as an interviewee in the documentary, “Death Makes Life Possible, featuring Deepak Chopra. Tony has served as a traditional Native American practitioner & consultant to Native American communities and behavioral health organizations, drug and alcohol centers, and offers seminars in Native American culture, spirituality and arts to children and adults. His services have been requested from the corporate world, entertainment industry, to agencies supporting hospice work, substance abuse recovery and individuals suffering from cancer and emotional trauma.

Tony incorporates Native American art forms to inspire and heal lives; he has successfully bridged the gap between cultures, social groups, races and ages.

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