‘Enter the Aum’ sound healing concert set for June 1 in Tahoe City
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — On June 1, beginning at 7 p.m., the Center for Spiritual Living Tahoe-Truckee in Tahoe City will present “Enter the Aum,” a sound healing concert.
Concert admission is $22 presale, $33 at the door. For reservations, go to tahoecsl.org or call 530-581-5117. The Center for Spiritual Living Tahoe-Truckee is located at 700 North Lake Blvd. (above the marina).
You can join internationally renowned sound healers and back-to-back Best New Age Album of the Year Award winners Paradiso and Rasamayi in an utterly unique, powerful and transformative meditative concert.
Carnegie Hall didgeridoo artist Paradiso and Singing Bowl Alchemy Master-Teacher Rasamayi’s live events create spiritual soundscapes in which 48 states’ attendees have frequently reported experiences of unprecedented and profound meditation; visions of their guides, life purpose and past lives; and profound healing of acute and chronic emotional, physical and other disease.
Within these multidimensional journeys you will hear “Sage,” the world’s largest quartz crystal didgeridoo, “Ezra,” the Kundalini serpent didgeridoo; crystal singing bowls infused with gems and minerals including citrine, platinum, morganite, azeztulite, diamond, gong — and more.
Paradiso and Rasamayi have served in festivals, healing centers, yoga studios and New Thought churches nationwide and have co-created projects and events with luminaries, including Michael Bernard Beckwith, Neale Donald Walsch, Dr. Masaru Emoto and Steven Halpern.
Visit OnlineSoundHealing.com to learn more.
This article was provided on behalf of the Center for Spiritual Living Tahoe-Truckee, a spiritual community dedicated to empowering individuals to discover an inner power that has the ability to transform their lives and make the world a better place. Visit tahoecsl.org to learn more.
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