"The Universe"—my catchall for unexplainable, kismet, six-degrees-of-separation, life-lessons-learned, Morpheus' "…what happened, happened and couldn't have happened any other way" things.
In a previous blog, I went into detail about the word "Esheshaway"—where I first heard it, how it affected me, and how it made its way into our latest single Lay Down My Heart (Song).
In a nutshell: Six years ago on a majestic and spiritual writing retreat, at 10,000 feet up with a panoramic view of The Pinnacles, Yellowstone and Grand Teton, I became a "sister" of the "summer clans" who was "blessed at the fire"—bonfire beneath ceremonial full moon blessing—by a bona fide "Generational Medicine Woman" who spoke, chanted, ultimately introduced "esheshaway," a "holy word" to encourage me "to release, to bind, to send directly (anything—feeling, praise, need, prayer) to The Great Spirit.”
That was in Wyoming—Wyo-ming. SIX years ago in Wyo-ming. "Esheshaway" was written (with GMW's permission/blessing, of course) into Lay Down My Heart (Song) ONE year ago, on the heels of, and inspired by, our midwife-assisted (a 'medicine woman' in her own right) and extraordinary home birth in 20-ONESIX. Yep, 2016.
The url, randomly assigned by YouTube, to Lay Down My Heart (Song) ends in "Wyo"—https://youtu.be/EGiEsbmOWyo—to be exact. And look at that juicy, full-figured "E" ("Esheshaway") at the start—E…Wyo!