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Crown of Eternity Sound Immersion Event Returns to Indy

May 31, 2017 09:18PM

A unique sound immersion will return to Indianapolis on July 2 when Gallina and Mike Tamburo bathe the Indianapolis Athenaeum in sound with 60-plus instruments, including 12 gongs, bells, Tibetan bowls, sound plates and hammer dulcimers from 4 to 6 p.m. The husband and wife Kundalini teacher duo, on tour throughout the year, are best-known nationally for their appearances at devotional music events such as Bhaktifest and Sat Nam Fest, along with their all-night gong immersions, which provide hours of healing vibration.

During gong immersions, the vibrations build and ebb, with low roars and sometimes with the sounds of outer space. Participants lie down on yoga mats, or sleeping bags, and cover themselves with blankets to settle in for a long and restful meditation.

The experience creates an ideal environment for meditation and relaxation to support self-healing and transformation. According to Mike, “It can be a state of deep rest into soul consciousness or it can be really activating, allowing ‘buried treasures’ to be brought up and released from the mind. It can clear the cobwebs and acts like a nervous system reset button.”

The event is co-sponsored by local yoga studios Cityoga, Invoke, Treehouse Yoga and Indiana Yoga. Attendees are asked to bring yoga mats, cushions and blankets. No experience with yoga or sound immersion is needed. Several chairs will be available for those that cannot use the floor.

Admission: $25 in advance and $30 at the door (space available). Location: 401 E Michigan St., Indianapolis. For more information and to purchase tickets in advance, find Indianapolis on the “Events” section of CrownOf

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