Peruquois Frances

Composer and lyricist Peruquois is a remarkable worldwide icon and a profound healer of women who has been touring the globe since 1997, and her life has been filled with fascinating and transformative experiences of grief to healing and rebirth. Her father drowned in a fishing accident when she was three, and her motto became “Love and live now as the future may never come.” Another transformative experience occurred when she was 11, when both of her legs were cut above her kneecaps and then re-attached in a botched surgery designed to cure a genetic hip rotation. At 18, Peruquois honored her dreams to become a jazz vocalist and by 23 she was a bright star on the Australian jazz scene but felt somehow unfulfilled and through a profound transcendental experience, she found intuitive singing which spurred people to call her “the voice of Mother Earth.” She later spent 11 years as an apprentice and one of 7 wives to a Native American Medicine Man in the mountain deserts of New Mexico, where she received a vision that revealed that her healing voice and profound wisdom would one day inspire millions of people to fall back into love and return to harmony and balance. And years after that, she moved to New Zealand and committed to a new partner who was an awakened tantric master, and she became inspired to create a new set of practices for women to open to their sensual nature. And of course, there is more!


  • The ways Peruquois handled intense peer rejection in her youth plus other challenges that strengthened her will for life.
  • Peruquois’s profound transcendental experience through which she found intuitive singing, which spurred people to call her “the voice of Mother Earth.”
  • What it was like to become an apprentice and one of 7 wives to a Native American Medicine Man in New Mexico.
  • Peruquois’ profound Near Death Experience during her daughter’s birth.


  • How were you able to unite seven jealous, competing wives in a circle of trust?
  • What is an awakened tantric master?
  • How do women heal through your unique high-low overtone singing and your mastery of up to four voices at a time?








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