Sana Sana is a journey in search of inner healing in which the author intends to show through images the feeling of pain from which she suffers from. She uses a homeopathic principle in order to cure her displeasure. The process goes from the inside to the outside of the body. Sana Sana (Heal Heal) is repeated like a mantra. Si no sanas hoy (If you don’t heal today) / Sanarás mañana (You will heal tomorrow). These verses are taken from a popular South American chant sung by mothers to comfort their children when they get hurt. An intricate and often rough path like rock, with the presence of shaded areas, where the cause of the problems and the key to solving them are hidden. Sana Sana becomes a shamanic rite towards inner healing and personal growth.
All images and text © Rosa Lacavalla
By Rosa Lacavalla
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