This is the story of when I toured with Kan’Nal, a tribal psychedelic rock band. I performed sacred Maya Fire Ceremonies at concerts, festivals and clubs around the USA. It was a mission to spread love, enlightenment and inspiration.
It is a memory that lives dearly in my heart.
It began in the beginning of the century at the awesome energy vortex on Lake Atitlán. Some very special beautiful souls came looking for adventure, inspiration and spiritual guidance. I was living in San Marcos LA Laguna and I was fortunate to be there to meet them.
Over the years, I taught them about the Maya Spiritual traditions. This group of marvelous musicians and avatars came one by one and formed a band. Kan’Nal was the result of a call to make music, inspired by the Shamanic path. Their mystic journey was expressed it in their music, which they called Tribal Psychedelic Rock.
On the Road
On my first journey to USA, I met them in Alburqueque. Following my inner guidance, I joined them on one of my most amazing adventures. Traveling in a tourbus, the Lucky Dragon, we made our way across West Coast of the USA and back to the mountains of Colorado.
They would play concerts, inspiring crowds with their music, full of beautiful frequencies and messages about awakening. Meanwhile I performed sacred fire ceremonies, bringing the energy of the fire, transformation, into clubs, bars, festivals and open stages.
Many years after, though Kan’Nal is no longer a band, they formed a a lasting tribe. The members have formed other bands, embarked on other musical journeys. And they continue to inspire people to awaken, to celebrate, to express their joy and happiness through creativity and dance. I continue to visit them, participate in their current projects, and watch with wonder as the follow their spiritual paths, their professional growth, the families they and indigo children they bring to the world.
Out of that group the new groups came: Lunar Fire and Inti, Tierro band, Sea Stars, and the incredible festival called Arise in Loveland, Colorado. We became a family that continues to grow into a tribe that continues to spread inspiration and love. The seeds we planted many years ago at the shores of the lake, have sprouted, blossomed, followed the light and turned into beautiful trees. When I visit, I sit by them, enjoying the freshness they radiate, the fruits of joy they share, and the flowers of inspiration.