Vanessa Lively walks the talk of a free-spirited soul who channels the healing power of music into uplifting the chronically unhoused in Austin, TX. Her story as a creative and advocate is powerful and thought provoking. In this episode:
Vanessa’s gypsy-esque musical roots and lifestyle that took her from Texas to Ecuador to Bolivia and Peru.
The song contest hosted by Noel Paul Stooky of Peter Paul & Mary that jump started the nonprofit Home Street Music
How Home Street’s music circle transforms people who are chronically unhoused, like musician Scott Osborne
Listen to Vanessa’s original song “Oh, Deliverance” which came to her in a dream– twice! – when she felt her life was falling apart.
Learn about the “The Trinity” daily practice for women to share with each other – it’s like a daisy chain of personal growth and accomplishment. Listen and try it with a friend!
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