Monday, October 24, 2005

The Djembe can bring new opportunities...

Once you embark on the path of the djembe you will learn so much. You will meet so many different kinds of people with so many different skills. It is amazing the network of talented people you will get to know if you continue to study djembe. The djembe is truly a community drum and a social instrument. You will find that in times of need a "djembe friend" will be there to help you. I have had friends who play djembe give jobs to other friends who play djembe. The djembe community is mostly a group of open minded, positive, friendly and intelligent people. There are always exceptions because the djembe is also a healing drum and can attract people that need healing. The djembe is the glue that is bringing together a revolutionary group of people in order to bring unity through positive changes. The djembe is teaching us to search back to history and traditional knowledge for our answers. Things were done for thousands of years the same way for a reason...
hey jeremy, thank u so much for sharing so much of what u've learnt from your djembe master. i really appreciate it. some of your sharing really moved and touched me.
Hi Jeremy! My teacher teaches us about using the Djembe as a tool for communication. As new players we are caught up in the beat and excitement of the rhythm. If you visit my web site you will see we do a lot of writing down rhythms so that we can remember beats... but our teacher keeps reminding us that we need to feel the beat... and use the drums to talk to each other and express.

I liked your posts and your comments! Keep drumming!
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Would love to see more on the Djembe. I am in the infancy of learning to play.
I really like your attitude, Jeremy. I realise this was written a long time ago, but I'm interested to see how you have progressed since then.

I'm interested in the healing aspect of djembe drums; going to look that up on Google once I leave here. :) Is that the same for other musical instruments , percussion or is there a spiritual aspect which you have seen in djembes particularly?

All the best,

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