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Robin Aisha Landsong Art Collections

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Artwork by Robin Aisha Landsong

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Robin Aisha Landsong

Robin Aisha Landsong I would love to hear from you, please feel free to message me. When I get closer to publishing my book I will be touring doing book reading, art slide show and Singing Medicine. If you have a group who would be interested let's start a conversation! Robin is a Visionary Artist, Author, Craniosacral Therapist, and does Singing Medicine with her husband John Utter. She lives in Olympia, WA. If you would like to learn more about my upcoming Memoir on my experience as a child of dying and coming back to life, please join my sign up list on my website I will give you excerpts of the book, notify about progress toward publishing, dates of public readings, live art showings where I narrate the story, and Singing Medicine events. Upcoming Memoir Summary: When I was eight years old I was abducted from the US and taken to Africa. It was 1977. We landed in Rhodesia during the Bush War and I was soon separated from the man who kidnapped me. I spent the night alone in the bush, then made my way to a tribe who gave me water, food, and safety. This tribe became my new family. They cared for me as one of their own. They taught me how to sing their songs, and how to plant and harvest. I was even given my own dress. I loved my tribe, especially my Mama Eahton who adopted me as her own. My village was peaceful until a faction of armed guerrillas rode in while shouting and making threats. When the guerrillas entered I was quickly hidden by an adult. After they left the men in our tribe began to carry guns. One week after the hostile visit, in a ceremony full of dancing, drums, and celebration I was given the name Aisha (which means “she is life”). Days later, the guerrillas came near the village again, and shot me as I was playing in the grass. I began to die of blood loss and shock. I crossed over into death and met five beings, one after the other, who led me through my confusion and pain to acceptance, peace, and then to all-encompassing love. During my journey I looked back to see my Mama Eahton was holding my body and wailing. Though I treasured her, and did not want her to be sad, I journeyed onward into the love that was pouring into me like a warm river. I began to hear a song that made me pause in my journey. Mama’s wailing had turned to singing. Her calling song reminded me of why I needed to live. I decided to return. I turned around, moving back through the veils that separated us. Like a long stream of light from a stained glass window I returned to my body. Now held in my Mama’s strong arms, I was ready to be carried back to our village. ©Robin Landsong 2015