Kedar Brown

Interview topic:

Songlines: Tracking the footprints & heartbeats of your souls calling into a life of memory and belonging through ceremony & ritual.

From the interview...

"Song has always been connected with ritual, connected with ceremony, it holds it together.  Without the song, the container of the ceremony, the ritual may fall apart. And so song and sound become this way of holding the sacred space.

We have a particular musician or artist or singer-songwriter or just songs in general that we really gravitate towards and like, it's because they mirror something to us about a part of ourselves that we're longing to connect more deeply with.

The original source of healing was stories, but the original source of stories was sound from the landscape."

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Kedar is an internationally renown ceremonialist and cowry shell diviner; a healer, intuitive and teacher of psychological and spiritual awareness with over thirty-five years of professional experience. Over this time Kedar has developed an effective and unique approach to emotional and spiritual healing by braiding together his depth of clinical knowledge of experiential psychotherapies with more nature based, indigenous wisdom teachings and ritual healing methods from around the world. Kedar is the founder and director of Rites of Passage Council, an organization offering nature based ceremonial encampments and training programs. Kedar is a member of an International Wilderness Guides Council and known for his ability to blend many creative and expressive forms of depth psychology and therapy, with more ancient methods of healing through vision quest ceremonies, sweat lodge ceremonies, rites of passage experiences and personalized ceremonies and rituals in his work with individuals, couples, groups and communities. Kedar lives in the highlands of Western North Carolina in Asheville. Visit or to learn more.

"I have known Kedar for a long time as a man of spirit with remarkable devotion to healing. He tends to this duty with royalty and ferocious commitment. As a man who hears the call of Earth and Nature, Kedar extends his hand to those in quest of change and transformation, and is always willing to lead them into and guide them through, a deep sense of communion with themselves. Having worked with him in a number of rituals and ceremonies, and watched carefully the way he gives of himself to spirit, I have come to respect his priestly devotion to the sacred in Nature and in every human. His work deserves respect and reverence." ~Malidoma Some` PhD., World renown author, teacher, initiated elder & West African Shaman