#172 ~ Crystal journey across Canada

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Living on Purpose talks with David Hickey

David Hickey is the force behind Crystal Journey with an incredible array of crystal bowls, gongs and other members of his musical family that has been gathering together for his performances throughout the seven years that he has been touring, bringing healing and inspiration to many audiences across the land. Right now he is appearing in many communities across Canada to the west coast and back to Ontario, June -- July 2010. A peak performance is set for June 19th in Victoria, with Lee Simmons and his amazing photographs of crystals combined wit the show. Check out David's full schedule.

This episode is Lynn's full conversation by phone with David in May from his home base in Hamilton Ontario.

An update from Lynn Thompson, your host of Living On Purpose ~ contributions of the show to the Rabble Podcast Network are on break now as of this #172 episode, until September, to create some space for other projects! There are many earlier episodes to visit (or revisit) in the meanwhile and feel free to be in touch, livingonpurposelynn@gmail.com ~ many appreciations to Living on Purpose listeners through the RPN since 2007! Stay tuned!

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