Visiting Kundalini Duo Holds Sound Immersion Event
A unique opportunity to participate in a sound immersion will unfold on April 24 when Pittsburgh natives Gallina and Mike Tamburo bathe the first floor of the Indianapolis Athenaeum’s auditorium in sound with their eight gongs, bells, bowls and mountain dulcimers from 3 to 5 p.m.
The husband-and-wife Kundalini teaching duo, currently touring more than 30 cities, is best known nationally for their appearances at devotional music events such as Bhaktifest and Sat Nam Fest, as well as their all-night gong baths, which provide hours of healing vibration.
Gong immersions “can be a state of deep rest into soul consciousness or can be really activating, allowing ‘buried treasures’ to be brought up and released from the mind,” says Mike. “It can clear the cobwebs from the mind and act like a nervous system reset button,” as the vibrations activate the parasympathetic nervous system.
Local event attendees—that’ll experience sound vibrations that ebb and build, with low roars and sometimes with the sounds of outer space—are required to bring yoga mats, cushions or blankets for lying down for a long and restful meditation. No experience with yoga is needed. There’ll be a few chairs available for those that cannot use the floor.
Admission: $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Location: 401 E. Michigan St. Indianapolis. For more information and to purchase tickets in advance, find Indianapolis on the “Tour Dates” section of CrownOfEternity.com.