"There's a way we literally change the vibration in the room. There's a way that we're weaving with our voices. The threads come together, and then they go separate and there's a kind of integrity that's brought into the room when we sing for people that's kind of hard to describe. It could be a silent room with a sleeping person, but you can see the breath deepening, you can see the face easing on the person."
"I have a practice that I go imagine that I'm on the moon. I have a special place where I sit there, and I look at the earth from that distance. I can get magnify the earth and see every little thing that's going on, or I can go back farther out and see the whole world as one. And it gives me a different feeling about being a person on this planet. It's just a place where I am for a while, and I'm not going to try to make it something that it isn't."
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