Join Brian and Marcey Hickey
explore the many healing applications of
Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gongs!
Thursday, August 23
Known as Himalayan Sound Instruments, singing bowls were used in ceremonies and monasteries throughout Tibet. Itinerant Shamans crafted these instruments from metals they found in Tibet, Nepal and India from 3000 to 4000 years ago. The monks recited Mantras or sacred chants while making the bowls and infused this intent into the instruments. The bowls are made from seven different metals: gold, silver, mercury, tin, iron, lead, and copper. The sound waves from the singing bowls heal and/or balance on the
physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level.
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This presentation will be a lecture and experiential event.
This program is sponsored by Friends of Kent Memorial Library.