"You have the power to heal our planet!"
Haakon Rian mAncient Ueland is an artist, DJ, healer, therapist, author, and Viking Buddha. Since 2018 he has been a pilgrim monk. His music genre is called 'Earth House', which is also the name of his charity.
His music can be found on all the major services - search for "mAncient" or see the link below - and is healing. A born healer, Haakon started with music at the age of four, 51 years ago. All his work has been devoted to create a better world for generations to come! Though a Monk, Haakon wasn’t always, and is the father of three: Aleksander, Isak & Anna. In short, Haakon is a warrior for children, women and those differently abled (so called "handicapped").
Haakon says, “My memory only goes back to when I was three, and my father Haavard died. But I would say that my work started when I was born, in 1966.”
When I asked Haakon, “What did inspire you to be a healer at such a young age?”
He replied, “All the amazing teachers I have had, have been a constant inspiration. But most importantly my mother, psychologist Reidun Ueland. She was not only my mother, she was also my boss when I started in social work - from 1983-1994 (with a years break when I went to school in Oregon).”
To follow his passion, Haakon left his family, friends, a safe job, and his country ( from Native Land Norway relocating in Sweden). He became a monk, despite loving women more than life itself.
Looking back on his journey, Haakon finds a collection of beautiful moments that have taken him where he is now. And he would not miss a single one of them, even those that others would characterize as “Hell on Earth”.
When I asked how he perceives the connection between Healing and Emotional Wellbeing, he responded “We are perfect. We simply have forgotten it. That is the task of a healer - to help us remember. “
It is often said, “The proof is in the pudding”. That is the strength of Haakon’s healing approach – it works. And using multiple modalities are often necessary – one of the most powerful ones being music. He says, “Music soothes. Music heals. Music brings us closer to our celestial home.”
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