Sika shares his rich journey with sacred sound, through portals, songlines, leylines and stone circles, from indigenous tribes, earthy caverns and caves, to the depth within, that we may remember we are one with nature. He tells us how he learned to play the didgeridoo in his ‘dreamtime,’ and describes his Sound Journeys, where he hopes to enable people to connect with the truth of who they are; providing opportunities to discover a deeper relationship with themselves, to one another and to the rest of life. Deep and insightful, Sika’s interview is both enlightening and thought provoking.
Sika is a professional musician, pioneering deep sound journey experiences internationally. Deeply connected to the Earth and ancient traditions, his work reflects a lifetime of listening to the rhythms of nature.
Sika’s beloved collection of instruments includes didjeridoo, drums, native flutes, rattles and Taonga Puoro. These beautiful, ancient instruments enable people to enter profound states of deep relaxation.
He began following Native American tradition before being called by Aboriginal and Maori traditions, and he is now recognised by significant Maori, Native American and Aboriginal elders, including the Yuin tribe of South Australia.
Alongside holding sound journeys and workshops around the world, Sika produces music, sound healing albums and works of fine art.