In this episode of “My Love of Life Energy” I am speaking with my niece, Lyndsey Scott who is a singer, a song leader and an activist. Lyndsey describes how, growing up, in her house song was like an expression of the divine. Through song and singing, she establishes a powerful way to live, reflect and heal. Our insightful conversation delves into the complexity of life and the role of song as a way of opening up to the soul work that is uniquely ours to do in our lifetime, in order to shift and create change in our consciousness.
In her 20s she made art by making friends, taking pictures, transforming dumpstered treasure into installations and she fell in love with how creativity bridges and redeems. In her 30s she built a healing toolkit. She dove into yoga, studied permaculture at intentional communities, bike-toured with costumed crews bringing serendipitous service, and moved back to her hometown to explore restorative practices and race work with her family. She got curious about abolition and built a permaculture garden with formerly incarcerated folks. Then she ran a small donation-based yoga studio, taught art at a local juvenile detention center, and discovered community singing – her heart’s calling! She catches and carries songs that nourish our soul journeys and holds circle spaces that support us to decompose anything that gets in the way of love.
For more information on Lyndsey Scott, visit https://www.lyndseyscott.earth
I am a coach who works with people on developing rich relationships with themselves and others to help find the beauty and divinity within. By doing this, people live a rich beautiful life. If you would like this, reach out to me, and let’s see what we can do together.