‘Clare Hedin’s capacity to attune deeply with sound is unparalleled. She is a vehicle for cellular reorganization. This is powerful personal and collective healing. Clare is a voice for our living earth. I trust the authenticity of her sounding completely.’ Stephanie Mines PhD, Neuroscientist & Author on Trauma.
‘Oh, so beautiful, penetrating and moving with such healing and more – I love your new album, Grief and Praise. I love you, and your voice is an instrument of peace and healing.’ Anita Sanchez PhD, Author The Four Sacred Gifts.
‘Thank you for this offering. It reaches to every cell of the body and helps turn on those emotional switches to release the emotions of sadness lingering long over time and embrace the newness of healing and joy.’ Kahontakwas Diane Longboat, M.Ed., Six Nations Grand River Territory.
‘I feel a deep connection on an indescribable level that comes from the soundscapes that move through you… it soothes the aching heart, angry moods, and whimsical spirits. More than that, it feels like the field that is opening through the sound is the way to bring in this shift in consciousness’
Intentional sound speaks to our bodies, minds, and emotions in ways that transform our presence… it takes us into a different orientation, bypassing resistance. Because we are vibrational in nature we respond systemically to intentional vibrations created in sound healing sessions. When we flow, life happens.
We are the wilderness that beckons us
Clare Hedin is a multi-disciplinary artist, exploring our evolutionary potential and our relationship to life, each other, and the planet, through arts, awareness, and healing.
Performer, facilitator, traveler, photographer, singer/songwriter, sound healer, artist, clairaudient, poet, writer, and educator, she invites our deep presence and evolving consciousness through energy awareness, intuitive listening, and inspired, sensitive noticing.
She travels, performs, records, speaks, leads groups & teaches Creativity & Applied Imagination @ Central St. Martins, London, SFSU, San Francisco, and consults with individuals & groups. Online courses @ Dynamic Emergence.
Clare travels, speaks, and sings, seeding hearts in evolving communities. Co-emerge through communion in sound, listening, and silence. Experience Clare’s unique gatherings… and explore our consciousness together.
Share a unique experiencing of a loving space, a deeper understanding, a spiritual teaching supported by dynamic sounding… all in response to what is waiting to be noticed. We are each a seed… of potential.
Listen & buy Clare's music: art, folk, ambient, and live sound healing.
Book Clare for coaching, creative consulting, & energy readings.
Listen to Clare's diverse music styles, free on Soundcloud.
Support Clare's gifts, sponsor her work. Different tiers create unique gifts to you.
Relax with Clare’s intimate nature pics and original music.
Fall in love with who you are - imagine, wonder & create.
How we come into relationship with all that is present is directly affected by who we are being, what is influencing us, and how well we know ourselves.
‘Sound is a phenomenal and profound way to connect to our divinity, transform our consciousness, and clear our bodies and minds of concern and illusion… making room for joy.’
“Nature is my muse, my friend, my teacher. This relationship is inherent in my music, my photography, my writing, and also my focus on creativity.”
Clare has created a 7-level online course to assist you to explore, develop and deepen the sense of your mysterious and precious being.
I asked the question earlier about when does sound become music, and I think it becomes music when it becomes something that we need. Whether that need be on an emotional level, a spiritual, an emotional or the physical level. I believe those qualities within ourselves define what is music,
I don’t know if I consider sound to be primordial, that feels somehow unbalanced to me, not enough of the story. I do see it as creating form and structure and also meaning, but it cannot do it alone. I feel that sound could not exist without matter, just as
Before going into the realms of harmonics, which have been referred to a few times in the various quotes, I want to interject with another perspective, related to the above subject, which will require a rather large quote from the book, Turbulent Mirror, by John Briggs and David Peatt. They