Join us for a Spring Equinox Sound Harmonisation - a moment to tune into the balance of equal day and equal night to find that equlibrium within yourself. Would you like to be consciously placing yourself in a realm of stillness on this equinox Power Date? If so come and meditate with us when the earth realigns itself and we also have the opportunity to do so.
Harmonisation sessions are a group experience - an exploration of sound, colour and movement. Acoustic sound, overtones & harmonics create an internal resonance which allow you to tune yourself back to your natural balance.
Working with the Chinese 5 elements: Fire, Earth, Air, Water and Wood, Founding Father of vibrational sound therapy Fabien Maman has developed a system of correspondence between these elements, the meridians, chakras, directions of the stars and various musical notes. When played in harmony the acoustics and harmonics bring human beings, nature and the cosmos into harmony.
During the sessions, each person experiences the various elements of vibrational sound using instruments which represent the earth, water, wood, fire and air elements. The combination of the instruments such as the Kalimba, shakers, wood percussion, strings, monochord, faery bells, chimes work on the subtle energy fields of each individual to clear and harmonise with each sound.
Different energies are received and transformed through the various subtle bodies and chakras into a vibratory level that human bodies can store and use. These healing sessions become a dance of chi between the sounds & people’s physical and etheric bodies. The combination of sound and colour work within a gentle force to help balance and tune in a completely non-invasive way.
Points on the benefits of a sound harmonisation:
experience the elemental resonance of music on a deep level;
a re-balancing of self as well as the harmony of the whole group;
experience and realise how subtle sound has strong & powerful effects
Please see here for more information and to reserve your place:
Price: £20 / £15 early bird (*pay in advance before 21st March)