At the studio
Useful for these kids
I am really grateful to all the teaching I received
and keep receiving from the Lakota people that I feel are my family.
I met them in 2013 when I decided to celebrate my 50 year old
birthday with a trip in South Dakota. This trip changed my life!
Mitakuye Oyasin! These two simple words that have an infinite and
profound meaning: we are all related.
We are connected with all living creatures, animals, with Mother
Earth, Stars, Clouds and Sun. Mitakuye Oyasin is also a prayer of
oneness and harmony with all forms of life: other people, animals,
birds, insects, trees and plants, and even rocks, rivers, mountains
and valleys. It honors the sacredness of each person's individual
spiritual path, acknowledges the sacredness of all life (human,
animal, plant, etc.) and creates an energy of awareness which
strengthens not only the person who prays but the entire planet.
I decided to introduce this concept because it could happen that
when I relate with you I remind you this deep connection that you
Even if we are not aware yet, in every moment we receive support
Even if we are so “small” we are connected!