Here I was caught in action at a festival .
In home didgeridoo session
Being in your own home brings comfort and security to allow the healing to flow smoothly.
This was at Imagine fest 2017. I met another player and combined to work on this awesome being. Blessings all around.
My very first didgeridoo. Spiral Didgeridoo.
Spiral and box
My very first two didgeridoos.
Greetings, my name William G Pagan III. Most know me by my festival and business name Willderness. My journey in sound healing began in 2012. In the mountains of Pennsylvania. I attended my first transformative festival. This experience would change my perspective and introduce sound resonance into my path. A incredible shaman was giving sessions and it was my good fortune to receive one. During this session the sound of the universe was presented to my spirit. This frequency triggered a change in my being. Music and other aspects of life would never be the same. This is where my journey with didgeridoo began.
My first didgeridoo was a spiral shape travel size compact version. This allowed me to play anywhere and practice until I could make the beginning sounds. After the spiral came a box didgeridoo which was also a small travel instrument. The very first long version I purchased that made the deep sound I was searching for was made from PVC. I had also acquired a wooden long version which helped me understand breathing techniques. With these didgeridoos they taught me how to expand and do more with my play style. After two years of practice and determination I was able to do circular breathing. Now my true mastery had began.
The didgeridoo used in my sessions is a agave cactus. Handmade using two techniques to preserve the sacredness and not split the bell. This didgeridoo and I became one with the first burst of sound played through it. This instrument came to me while at another festival in upper New York . After I was able to acquire this sacred instrument my resonance journey began.
Over the years my style has evolved from its humble beginnings to a traditional aboriginal style with a twist of my personal emotions and energy. This has shown me how to connect with the ancestors of this instrument and opened me up as a vessel to channel them through my playing. Every tone sent through this didgeridoo has a frequency that shakes all to their core. His name is OM.