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Singing Bowl Meditation & Gong Bath Group Session
Thu 24 November 2016, 19:25 – 21:00 GMT
Our monthly singing bowl & gong bath meditation group, is organised by the team at Square Pegs & facilitated by Monika a local lady who specializes in this deep healing practise.
This is a fully immersive deep meditation experience, and comfy clothes are recommended you are welcome to sit or bring a mat to lie down on.
We will follow the session with tea & plenty of water as well as a little time to chat.
What is a gong bath?
A gong bath is a form of sound therapy where the gong is played in a therapeutic way to bring about healing; this can be done as a one to one or group treatment. The term gong bath means that you are bathed in sound waves, there is no water involved, or clothes removed. Ideally you will experience the gong bath lying comfortably or sat comfortably. All you have to do is close your eyes and relax. The gong will be played very softly, increasing the volume as the session progresses (the volume never gets unbearable as I am playing therapeutically).
The gong is an amazing and powerful instrument for healing work; we recommend that you take it easy for the rest of the day to allow the treatment to continue to do its work.
What is a singing bowl meditation?
Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul.
The sounds generated by Tibetan Singing Bowls are a type of energy medicine that promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and most forms of dis-ease. Healing processes are initiated through entraining our brainwaves to synchronise with the perfect resonance of the bowls. Unique tones create the perfect state for deep meditation, creative thinking and intuitive messages. The pure sonic waves that ring from Tibetan Singing Bowls wake up our ability to hear with more than our ears. We feel the sound Tibetan Singing Bowls as much as we take it in with our ears.