Lucid Sound Project sound meditation, April 15

Press release from Lucid Sound Project:

Move over full moon – the new moon has something to say too. Our lives are full of cycles, every year, every month, even within the course of a day. While the full moon has powerful significance, that of completion, every month the new moon marks the phase of new beginning.

Allowing your mind to inhabit a lucid state while meditating with sound is a powerful way to align with your intentions at this potent time in the cycle of the planets. The ability to get beyond our usual level of thought and go deeper into imagination can tap into the power of our source energy to manifest what we truly see as possible.

In addition to setting intentions, meditation is know to reduce stress, reduce blood pressure, ease anxiety and physical pain, and improve sleep.

A sound meditation is simply a meditation facilitated by sound with instruments such as singing bowls, gongs, shakers, rain sticks, frame drums, bells, voice, and more. Participants are free to come and go, stand, sit or lie down.

“…I didn’t quite know what to expect but was excited to try it out. I loved that my role was simply to be comfortable and not to have to “do” anything. Within minutes of resting, I was aware of relaxing and exquisite sounds. I wouldn’t necessarily describe it all as “music” as one might expect. Each had me keenly aware of how I listen and process sound, and as the session progressed I was delighted that I was losing my intellectual observation of the experience and moving into a truly physical awakening….”
– from a private session client

Lucid Sound Project
Sunday April 15, 2018 11:30am-12:30pm
$10 suggested donation
Movement & Learning Center
90 Biltmore Ave. (upstairs at the French Broad Food Coop)
*to be most comfortable bring yoga mats, pillows, or blankets
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