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Gong Sound Immersion: Open up to Abundance 3-Week Series

Gong sound immersion: Open up to Abundance 3-week series
Tuesday, March 13th, 20th and 27th | 8pm-9pm 

In this series we'll use the transformational power of the gong's vibration, as well as our own intention, to invite Abundance in our life. Is your first thought when you hear the word abundance 'money' or 'wealth'? How about abundance of time, health, emotional balance, joy, love, inner peace, passion for life, creativity, sense of purpose? The real abundance comes from within; it begins to flow to us and through us when we are connected to our true Self and in tune with our Highest purpose. The inner abundance has a strong foundation that positively reflects in our everyday life.
The sound of the gong balances all aspects of our being (physical, emotional, spiritual) and it works through layers of physical tension or ingrained believes that prevent us from flowing with the fullness of the universe. Paired with a special mantra, this series will help you open the gates for meaningful prosperity to start flowing into your life.  

A gong bath is a 45 minute immersion where you are bathed with sustained waves of primordial sound. During a gong bath, listeners typically experience a sense of connectedness and peace as the sound of the gong clears blockages and restores the free flow of vital energy throughout the body. With its ability to induce a spontaneous meditative state, the gong offers access to parts of the mind that are usually closed, resulting in a sense of expanded awareness, relaxation and connection to our true Self. All you need to do is lay down on your mat, covered with a blanket, relax and let the sound wash over the body and carry the mind. 

It is highly recommended that you participate in all three classes to experience the full benefit of this series.

 3 classes: $33 / 2 classes: $24 / Individual class: $13

The series is led by gong master Vesna Sanders (Eeshavasya Dasi).

*A Gong Bath is not recommended for pregnant women, people with sensitivity to sound or conditions such as Tinnitus, Menieres and Epilepsy, or people with metal Implants, pins, screws or pacemakers