Modular Sound Bath: Solstice
June 23 at 6:00pm
Modular Sound Bath
Sunday, June 23
Use the abundant solar energy to take action! But remember to take breaks so as not to wear out. Every so often, practice pondering: your direction, your purpose, your fullness. Let us help you tap into the stillness that rests within, no matter how active we are!
Christian and Brandee take you on a sound journey using Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls and Modular Synthesis.
A sound bath is used as a healing technique, using the vibrations from sound to "communicate" with the vibrations of each individual's body and mind to shake out discomfort and tension.
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"I was levitating!"
"I feel energized...like everything is in its place."
"I went on a ride between consciousness and extreme self-awareness. When I would close my eyes, the sounds would influence my thoughts, presenting memories from life, tv, and thoughts I've had. When I'd open them, I was fully present and awake."
"My brain is forced to let go, as though I am no longer in control of it. My thoughts flow in effortlessly; some very out there. Without judgement, I am able to simply watch them move through." - Anna
"I felt so heavy that even if I wanted to, I couldn't move my body and get up. It was comfortable. I wanted to be there." - Aaron
"It sounded primal. I loved it!"
"When I came in, my sciatica was acting up. I felt a sensation in the area where I feel the discomfort during the sound bath, like a vibration. By the time the workshop was over, the pain was gone. The whole next day, I enjoyed what felt like a new body, cleansed of any sciatic pain whatsoever." - Emi
"Some of the tones reminded me of Pink Floyd, which brought me back to this crystal clear memory from childhood. It made me laugh." - Julie
"I felt like I was on an acid trip!" - Erica
"I feel taken care of, and I really needed this. You reminded me that the peace is within, and that it's actually always accessible." - Bobby
"I feel relaxed and stimulated at the same time" - Greg
"I thought I was in the movie Arrival for awhile there" - Jonathan