Deborah has devoted her life to being both artist as singer-songwriter and writer and teacher. This proves wrong the old adage: there are those who do and those who teach. For Deborah, all these aspects of communication nourish each other. Once upon a time being famous was the most important thing, now it is connection and giving service. This means taking an active part in all what is happening in the deep inner world and the one we all share.
From a recent concert in Germany: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I080WXq66xo&feature=youtu.be
From Pandora: For Deborah, it all begins on a trip to Buenos Aires to dance tango and escape the dark cold winter of Norway. A few pills taken to ease the fear of flying bring on, instead of the expected calm, a total breakdown. Stranded in Buenos Aires, forced to stay put and look at her life as never before, Deborah meets Ana, a profoundly insightful therapist, whose no-nonsense yet compassionate approach triggers a vital transformation.
This compelling rite-of-passage tale delivers insights about love, family life and creativity and what it takes to have a ‘quantum leap’ in perception. Read >>
“Pandora Learns to Sing is a riveting exploration of one woman’s journey through crisis, a physical journey to Buenos Aires and the world of tango and an emotional journey from breakdown to wholeness. I highly recommend it!”
Eric Maisel, The Van Gogh Blues
“A wonderful thing that rarely happens – I couldn’t put this book down once I had started. It reads like an adventure story of discovering the authentic self, and all the perils and triumphs that journey entails. That the journey is also a geograhical one taking place in many different countries and on three continents, makes it all the more entertaining and exotic. A book full of courage and encouragement for all creative people, and for anyone who knows that the spiritual path is never paved as a straight line. A warm, honest and passionate book.”
Athene, Musician and Writer Berlin