This mesmerizing melody carries the healing and soothing energies of the medicine traditions of Peru and the Amazon. This traditional peruvian water song was transmitted via Shimshai. Even though the Spanish might be hard to understand, the healing energies of the song come through the melody and rhythm.
Desde Kunyaq vienes, agüita serpenteando por las acequias y en remolinos, hacia nuestras vidas.
De cantar gualinas, a la vez llorando toditas mis penas se acabaron, Pachamama esta de fiesta
Una estrellita, que alegre me decía, canta cantorcito al agüita al agüita Madre Kunyaq
Translation: From Kunyaq (a sacred spring in Peru) water comes, winding around through the canals and whirlpools, into our lives. Singing songs of water, and at the same time crying, all my sorrows are gone, Pachamama is celebrating. A little star, so happy she said, sing, little singer to the water, to the water of Mother Kunyaq.