The seminar "The Power of Love" by Australian singer Peruqua was held in Moscow. Studying ancient practices and immersing himself in ethnoculture, Peruqua creates deep and sensual compositions. Lyubov Tolkalina, Alika Smekhova and Ekaterina Shpitsa came to listen to the singer's extraordinary voice.
Her music harmoniously intertwines elements of soul, Indian and Middle Eastern motives, melodies of Native American Indians, bits of electronic music. “Today there is information pressure from all sides. We get tired, not having time to replenish the resource, we fall into anxiety, we lose the vector of our movement. - says Peruqua - Now the most valuable thing is to find stability within yourself, to fill up and connect with a sense of clarity."
Lyubov Tolkalina: “I learned about Peruqua from my female teacher, so it was very interesting for me to attend this event. I am fascinated by the atmosphere that the organizers have created and am completely shocked by the voice of Peruqua, which I have heard only on the tape before. I am very glad that before the new round of lockdown we had the opportunity to drink "living water" from the source of Peruqua."
Alika Smekhova: "I have been practicing various types of yoga for a long time and I was curious to get to know Peruqua."
Ekaterina Shpitsa: “Everyone has a moment in their life when they are looking for support for a better life. Peruqua says very important things about the fact that in the modern world we are cut off from nature, from natural energy and about how necessary it is to return to these sources, to understand our strength and to set up high-quality communication with other people."
The recording of the seminar is available on the website.