Robin Landsong is a white American girl, who first learns about medicine singing from a village woman in rural Zimbabwe. When Robin was kidnapped at age 8 and taken into the middle of the Rhodesian war. Her story is gobsmackingly remarkable – on every level.
Join us for an amazing conversation about Robin’s story, from severe trauma and 2 death-return experiences (NDE’s), to how she now sings the songs of the land beneath her feet. And how she sings healing medicine into people – as a medical intuitive and medicine singer. I also share a few of my stories about singing with bees and how Montaro guided me to follow a thread of ancestral darkness, to heal the origin.
*This conversation is also published on my JINI Podcast if you prefer to listen on Apple, or listen on Spotify.
I whizz through Robin’s childhood quite quickly on this call, so we can deep dive into other aspects. But the long-version of her story and an exploration of the trauma healing process is a must-listen here on Luis Mojica’s podcast, Spotify – Episode 79: The Amazing Gift from Surviving Near Death Many Times (Robin Landsong)
If you don’t have Spotify, you can listen to it on Apple or Google.
Or you can watch this video of Robin talking about her story and see the footage as she returns to Zimbabwe to find the village and people who helped her.
I hope you enjoy Robin’s story and sharing as much as I did!
Jini Patel Thompson is a natural health writer and Lazer Tapping instructor. She began riding at age 2 in Kenya, and got her first horse at age 8 in Alberta, and so continues a life-long journey and love affair with these amazing creatures.
5 thoughts on “Listening for the Songs in the Land”
Gradually watching her story unfold. Savouring it. Love the thumbnail of you and Junebug. Forging relationships with ourselves, our travel companions on this journey and our environment all seem vital. Grateful for what you’re offering to us.
Thanks Dee – times are getting tough with rising interest rates etc but doing my best to stay positive and keep moving forward. And Juno is just so awesome 😍
Grateful you are. Hugs on the journey.
Jini, When I take a step back I see that my 27 yr old horse guided me here. I was looking for more senior horse feeding options, saw your logo and had to click in. It’s been awhile since I’ve connected to your content and the ‘Listening for Songs in the Land’ caught my eye. Lately I’ve felt the pulse of the Shoshone ancestors on the land where I live and called to play their music again to the Land, which I’ve honored. The information you and Robin share here was eye-opening for me and so interesting. Thank you for sharing such an amazing story of deep healing and possibilities. I will be listening to this numerous times.
How beautiful Robin – I love that!
Here are two more posts on this topic, from my other site, that you might enjoy:
Thank you for doing this work for the land and the ancestors. Namaste.