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Mark Seelig

Mark Seelig
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United States
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After receiving classical training on the violin from age 8 through 14, followed by guitar playing and singing, his musical focus has shifted again at age 42: During a deep vision quest, Mark felt encouraged to take up the North Indian bamboo flute 'Bansuri' at a rather late age for picking up a new instrument. He is now studying with the Indian Bansuri Maestro R.K. Bikramjit Singh. In his work with groups and individuals as a clinical psychotherapist and in private practice, Mark embraces the philosophy of Transpersonal Psychotherapy. He facilitates breathwork and shamanic rituals in which he uses music and non-ordinary states of consciousness to create a space of ceremony and healing.
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http://www.mark-seelig.com/music/
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Releases on file (4)
Mark Seelig — The Disciple's Path Mark Seelig — The Disciple's Path
(Projekt 369, 2020, CD / DL)
Byron Metcalf / Mark Seelig — Persistent Visions Byron Metcalf / Mark Seelig — Persistent Visions
(Projekt 362, 2019, CD)
Byron Metcalf & Mark Seelig — Intention Byron Metcalf & Mark Seelig — Intention
(Projekt 303, 2014, CD)
Loren Nerell & Mark Seelig — Tree of Life Loren Nerell & Mark Seelig — Tree of Life
(Projekt 299, 2014, CD)

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