The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of Folk, World, Sufi Zikr, and Rock that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. HuDost’s core musicians are Moksha Sommer, from Montréal, and Jemal Wade Hines from Kentucky. Having toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, HuDost has grown and expanded, travelled rocky and glorious terrain and marveled at all they can learn and explore. Moksha and Jemal Wade in this time have grown as artists, as seekers, as a couple and as a family. Since 2015 they have also been highly engaged activists, doing advocacy work as KY Congressional District Representatives for ONE (a non-profit organization working to end extreme poverty and, specifically, the sexism of poverty).
Creativity is a very powerful spiritual tool. Spiritual practice is a very effectual creative tool. By using creative practice we unlock impressions that we do not need to hold in our psyches and in our spirits and liberate love and empathy in ways we have never previously known. Spiritual practice can have an incredible partnering effect with creative process by opening the space within our beings and lives for astonishing inspiration and forming a partnership that fosters healthy humans who are manifesting incredible creative works.
This workshop is not just for artists but for anyone wishing to foster healing, prosperity, love, and an open channel with a greater unlimited source.
This workshop will explore breath, sound, movement, rhythm, emotion and presence through spiritual work with creative expression. Teachings on healing will be explored. The group will be encouraged to dance and sing their way through the clearing of blocked channels and will venture through these practices with singing, dancing, and writing exercises.
Participants will leave with their own physical and poetic expressions of what they can access by clearing the pathways to the source of omnipotent love. Participants must bring their own writing supplies.