with Sarah Daigle
Sunday, April 17
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
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Why not utilize scientifically proven tools, both modern and ancient, to change brain wave patterns in order to reduce stress & boost the immune system, while increasing mental clarity, productivity & happiness?
This is an EASY meditation appropriate for any age or experience level. The gong helps people to achieve a deeper state of meditation than they are normally to attain using other methods! Perfect for those new to meditation!
Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Chairs are available. Most people prefer to lie on a yoga mat for a gong meditation. Bring anything you like to help make yourself comfortable (blankets, pillows, etc.) when on the floor! It is also a good idea to have a bottle of water!
The gong is an ancient instrument and its healing vibrations have been used around the world. Listeners can benefit in numerous ways, including stilling the mind and strengthening the nervous system to effectively deal with daily, stressful challenges.
No prior experience, effort or practice is required to participate, everyone welcome!
Sarah Daigle, is Reiki master, Gong master & Intuitive Wellness coach. After a near death experience, Sarah awakened to the understanding of her purpose to assist others in their journey of awakening – releasing the old, discovering their passions and remembering their unique power here on Earth. At this time she was propelled her forward with her Reiki practice. Her journey has turned into an exciting ever-evolving adventure of helping to raise the vibration of the planet, utilizing harmonic vibrations with the Gong and her voice, her intuition and guidance from her Spirit Guides, helping her clients to align with their higher and cosmic selves for a more synchronistic life.
Sarah’s lineage of gong teachers consists of: Gong Master Barbara Cole, Gongmuse Surana, Angelo Surinder and the direct decendent of Yogi Bajhan, Grand Gong Master Don Conreaux.
“Sound is the bridge from physical to metaphysical (beyond physical). Even though you can not see the sound waves created from the physical instrument, you can feel them, and that is very much a reality.”