Sound: A Gateway from Surviving to THRIVING with Sat Devbir Singh
Everything we take in must be digested, and some things are more nutritious than others. Sound waves are no exception. Join us for an evening of nutrient-dense sound healing and wisdom on the science and philosophy of sound as studied by Sat Devbir. All creation began with sound waves, and the worlds of form would immediately crumble without them. Through sacred singing bowls, gongs, and chanting, we can create soundscapes that restore the nervous system, clear the psyche, and induce homeostasis within the human energy field, essentially inducing our self-healing abilities.
Benefits of this workshop:
Mental, emotional, and physical healing
Cleansing of fear patterns
Creating a connection to your Higher Self
Empowering tips to enhance your quality of life
Gain knowledge of sound waves and their effects on you
What to bring:
Water, yoga mat and/or blanket & pillow, comfortable clothing for light movement
About the presenter:
Sat Devbir Singh, Dr. of Divinity in Esoteric Spirituality, was born in Iowa and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 to embark on his spiritual journey. He is now an International Speaker, Yoga educator, Natural Healer, and Ordained Spiritual Minister. He believes that we all come to being as Masters of destiny, empowered to create fulfilling life experiences. He began his studies of sound healing in Northern India and has since integrated multiple sound instruments into his healing sessions, workshops, and classes. His mantra group, Helios, aims to share the healing fusion of mantra and music with the world.
At an early age, he realized his ability to receive information from the spiritual world and his extrasensory gifts became apparent. From that moment forward, his greatest joy has been to help people realize the innate love, value, and wisdom within themselves. He hopes to uplift the planet in the spirit of Oneness and aims to unveil the True and Highest Self in every one of us.
The Resonance Box (View)
5255 Chicago Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55417
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