Soaking in sound

Balance is universally desired, yet seeking and achieving a sense of equilibrium can be one of life’s greatest trials. One such way to unite light and dark or, as the yogis call it, effort and ease, is through sound healing.

It is no coincidence that Tibetan Sound Healing and Gong Aura held their sound-healing event during the autumn equinox. Equal parts day and night marks the start of autumn and this is a sacred time for seeking protection and undertaking healing practices. There’s a motivational cosmic force at play

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