Conga Dan plays his harmonica on the rocks at the Port Hope pier. Sea gulls and other birds chirp and sing with him. The waves of Lake Ontario crash on the rocks. Water and nature help Dan release stress and frustration, escape boredom and maintain mental health.
Conga Dan plays some music accompanied by the roaring rapids of the Ganaraska River. The forest and river bank provide peace and beauty in the sunshine. Conga Dan speaks through his harmonica and invites people down to enjoy the roaring rapids which block out the noise and confusion of everyday life.
Conga Dan plays his drum at the Ganaraska river and sings a song about the loss of his daughter’s mother. Death can free a soul of pain and suffering. He sings from the heart and releases the feelings into the heavens and surrounding forest .
Battling Depression Agoraphobia and Bipolar Disorder with Conga Dan the Harmonica Man
Conga Dan plays his harmonica in the forest and discusses Mental Health. He focuses on agoraphobia, bipolar disorder and depression. Breathing techniques exorcise , medication and focus groups are mentioned. Fear of outdoors, large crowds and crying can stop people from getting help. Depression can be caused by a chemical imbalance or by exterior forces or other people. Manic depression is serious and we all need to accept our own feelings, allowing them to pass through us. As an example it is like how the river flows and even if there is a rock as an obstacle, it flows around it instead.
I was recently watching a Netflix Documentary on alien life and our planet. Extra Terrestrials have been on earth for thousands of years. I believe that as a race we should extend a message of peace and Anti Racism to all life forms on and off this planet.
We have a United Nations and Conga Dan is sure that there must be a Galactic version of the UN. Noon should be segregated for skin color, race, religion or species..
Listen to the music around you and from my conga to help return yourself to balance after the shocking release of sealed government files. There are probably evil aliens just as there have been evil humans. The universe is connected on a cosmic scale and the flow can be felt by all who listen.
Conga Dan discusses justifiable and unjustifiable anger while playing his harmonica. Types of healthy release for rage, anger and negative energy are art, music, excercise and deep breathing.
Resolving conflicts and removing oneself from intense situations are healthy. Anger can be explosive and dark when bottled up and a black hole within ones soul can be created. Control and abuse can cause others to feel angry, depressed or sick and when anger is held in a person can get headaches, shortness of breath, heart and chest problems and dizziness. Respect of the rules of engagement are necessary for intelligent resolutions of conflicts from anger and anger management
Conga Dan on Responsible Stewardship and the W.W.F
Playing his harmonica Conga Dan raises awareness about the World Wildlife Foundation and speaks of illegal salmon poaching on the Ganaraska River. While the giant panda has been taken off the endangered species list Manchester University is trying to create a woolly mammoth DNA crossed with an Asian elephant. We need conservation not genetic creation
Conga Dan talks about countries and faiths helping each other for world peace. Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau are mentioned as well as Muslim, Catholic and Hindu faiths. He discusses how ISIS is undervaluing Canadian social platforms.
Conga Dan discusses renewable energy and conservation
Conga Dan talks about solar power, wind turbines and a reduction in use of fossil fuels and non renewable energy sources. Carpooling and composting and recycling are all ways to improve the environment. Reducing our carbon footprint can be done in various ways like growing your own food, reducing packaging and riding a bike are great methods. Conga Dan plays his harmonica during his monologue.