Wednesday's | classes £10 | please book in advance
TRANSFORMATIVE SHAMANIC SOUND HEALING IN HOVE.
IMMERSIVE SOUND BATHS, DRONE MEDITATION CLASSES, MONGOLIAN CHAKRA BALANCE, SUN GAZING AT DAWN, HERBAL PHARMACY, DRUM MAKING & FORAGING COURSES. OUR INTENTION IS TO EMPOWER OUR COMMUNITY BY BRING US INTO ALIGNMENT WITH OUR SOUL'S PATH & LIVE GENTLY WITH NATURE.
9.00am - 10.00Pm
SHRUTI DRONE MEDITATIOn - Shruti Box Meditation is singing through our Chakras using a natural western scale.the exact structure can vary on the day of this class due to the energy surrounding THE group.
THURSDAY - please book in ADVANCE.
1 hour sessions are AVAILABLE between the hours of 8.30 - 12.30 2.30 - 7.30
MONGOLIAN CHAKRA BALANCE-Mongolian Chakra Balance is laying back listening to this pre recorded healing composition .
Musical Interval Healing is the basis of these three classes. For example with the Shruti Box we use a C as our root note. This is our grounding foundation in which to move upwards from. After a few minuets of constant drone/toning/chanting on the note C, we then introduce the next note on the natural or Diatonic scale. By introducing another note we create a Musical Interval. Each Musical Interval creates a "mathematical ratio" these ratios are "found in structure of the atom, in crystals, leaves, petals, shells, in the proportions of the human body, and in the orbits of the planets around the sun." according to Simon Heather founder of The College of Sound Healing.
I have found through my experience as a Healer & Composer these Musical Intervals have a powerful healing effect on us physically, mentally & spiritually. When practiced regularly these methods induce a calm mind, clarity & focus. They can aid in the release of blocked emotions which can lead to illness & discomfort within.
These classes are a direct way to empower yourself where ever you are on your healing journey. A warm & safe environment to realise & release.
Through SOUND we can transform.
Music is filled with musical intervals. If we sing or play two different notes, one after the other or at the same time, we create a musical interval. Each musical interval will have a different effect on our body, our emotions, and our mind. This explains why we choose different types of music at different times.
Generally, simple intervals like the third (eg C/E) and the fifth (eg C/G) are uplifting and sound pleasing to the ear. Minor intervals can induce tension or feelings of sadness. Some intervals are discordant and can help us to get in touch with darker emotions.
In an experiment, two people sang the notes of the octave into an oscilloscope (an instrument which measures sound waves). On the screen of the oscilloscope appeared the symbol of infinity, the figure eight. Is it a coincidence that the Latin word for eight is octave?
When we study musical intervals further, we discover that each interval produces a mathematical ratio. For example, the octave produced the 2:1 ratio, the fifth produces the 3:2 ratio.
When we study nature, we find these simple mathematical ratios cropping up everywhere. They are found in the structure of the atom, in crystals, leaves, petals, shells, in the proportions of the human body, and in the orbits of the planets around the sun.
Architects used these ratios when building the great cathedrals and ancient sacred buildings. Goethe described architecture as frozen music.
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