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Saturday, April 16 • 10:00 - 11:40
Sound Shower

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Come bathe in pure sounds that will take you on a deeply transformational journey The Soundshower combines chimes, tibetan bowls, flutes and vocal harmonics. During a session you will be invited to lie down and immerse in vibrations created by these special instruments. Throughout the “Shower” different instruments are carried around the room and sometimes placed physically on the body. Flutes and voice are used to create a magical musical journey and overtones charge the brain and energize the body. The aluminum chimes which are at the centre of the Soundshower are tuned to the earth year tone. This tone is the sound created by the earth’s movement around the Sun. The 32nd octave of this movement is C# at 136.1 hertz. This Tone is intimately tied with the year’s cycles and season changes .In India’s ancient tradition this note is considered as the universal sound (Aum) and is the preferred note to tune their instruments and meditate to. Music played by instruments tuned to the earth year frequency naturally slows down brainwave activity and heart rate and induces a deep meditative state. Being exposed to these healing frequencies enhances a physical, mental and emotional calibration to the human body and energy field . Pure frequencies shift and release stagnant energy and tension accumulated in the body .The Soundshower re-aligns and harmonizes body/mind and is a very relaxing and refreshing experience. It releases stress and anxiety increasing focus clarity and insight. 

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Avishai Barnatan

Avishai Barnatan is a multi instrumentalist, producer and sound therapist. He was initially inspired to play music during his extensive travels, where he experienced the power of music as a universal language and the immediate way it created unity and opened hearts everywhere he went... Read More →

Saturday April 16, 2016 10:00 - 11:40 AEST
Mullum High Annex