Copperwoman is a breast cancer survivor. She worked with natural healing methods for a year, and took on the task of loving herself and life to stay alive. During this journey she found the key ingredients to her healing were positive attitude and gratitude.
In October of 2005, Copperwoman gathered with a group of Midwives at Esalen on the central California coast and sang thoughout the weekend. She taught her original songs and shared well-known circlesongs.
There is a longing to feel our connection to one another that prevails among many people today. Something deep in our hearts and souls that urges us to reach out for support and love—a desire to feel part of a greater family.
“These songs were there, knocking on the door. I just happened to be around and let them in.” This recording was originally produced in 1980. Carolyn Saso (Copperwoman) was the mother of a preschooler and working with young children…