Music is you

music is always been important for a creative person

we have always been looking and searching for music that inspires us
that sometimes we search so much that we forgot that music is inside of us.

this video is about a man who is so inspired to make music that we have bring that inspiration into a reality

by using found objects on a scrap yard we came up with a beat thats hoping to uplift .

Recycled Bangka

How much trash do we end up using in a day? In a year? And where does that trash end up? In the dumpster? Landfills? In the earth? In the ocean? Inside animals? Raising awareness and healing mother earth, in a community effort we’ll pull the trash and create anew treasure.

recycled bangka is an installation created to share awareness regarding environment, climate change and pollution . displayed at Fpac 2014 #FPAC23 (Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture ) October 4,5

thank you for all the people who had participate of helping to make this project happen

 

recycled bangka is an installation created to share awareness regarding environment, climate change and pollution . displayed at Fpac 2014 #FPAC23 (Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture ) October 4,5

How much trash do we end up using in a day? In a year? And where does that trash end up? In the dumpster? Landfills? In the earth? In the ocean? Inside animals? Raising awareness and healing mother earth, in a community effort we’ll pull the trash and create anew treasure.

Mamerto speaks about a particular blessing called Gopah in Ifugao

Mamerto Tindongan is a Mumbaki (Ifugao shaman), a wood sculptor, and energy healer using Kolaimni, Reiki, and Qigong among others .

he visited the Balangay ng Langit to share with us healing energy ,wisdom,and a blessing called Gopah in Ifugao

Our Filipino community in LA, inspired by our rich indigenous heritage, envisioned the Balangay ng Langit altar in honor of our peoples and ancestors. This was offered upon the invitation of the Tongva elders and the organizers of the Anabolic Monument/Garden of the LA State Historic Park.
you can find him @ https://www.facebook.com/mamerto.tindongan