Tibetan Singing Bowl and Gong Meditation

Thu Nov 21, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Gong Meditation, Tibetan Singing Bowls

Tibetan Singing Bowls date back 4000 years to an Animistic tribe called the Bon. As time passed, the Bon and the Buddhists began sharing some cultural practices with the Buddhists adopting the use of Singing Bowls. As a sacred tradition, the Buddhist monks did not share the singing bowls with lay people.

If you were to go to the Boudha Temple outside Kathmandu you would see the monks forming these instruments with hammers, banging away on the bronze metal to shape them into bowls.

Sound frequencies emitted from Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gong influence our bodies energy centres (chakras) as well as our brainwave patterns. The special vibration of these instruments entrains your brain from beta to alpha and theta waveform which facilitate harmony, intuitive insight and a great sense of well-being.

For Ben, the most intriguing aspect of an overtone instrument is its capacity to entrain the brain. Entrainment is when two or more frequencies come together to create a new frequency.

Enjoy an evening with Ben in this led meditation class where he will discuss the history of Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gongs, guide you through a wonderful 70-minute meditation, wrapping up our evening together with Q&A, leaving you in a state of inner peace.

Preregistration is highly advised, please register as soon as available to secure your spot!
We look forward to having you join us.

To PURCHASE TICKETS and/or SIGN UP in ADVANCE contact info@bethlehemcentre.com, or call 250.754.3254

***Please bring a mat and any cozy items you may wish to have, and prepare to leave feeling rested, relaxed, and rejuvenated!

***To find out more about Benjamin from Inner-Attainment please view this link: https://www.facebook.com/innerattainment/

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