Virtue Medicine, P.C., Virtue Medicine is offering a free event called Sound Healing Circle coming Thursday, November 1, 2012 from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. I just found out about this today and the announcement from Virtue Medicine is:
Sound may well have been one of humanity’s most ancient healers, with the use of sacred song and sacred instruments playing a key role in healing traditions the world over.
This event will be a facilitated excursion into the healing power of sound. You will be welcomed to use your own voice and other instruments to alter conscious experience, enter into meditative awareness, and open to spontaneous healing from within and without. Gongs, bowls, rattles, flutes, didjeridu, and drums are welcome, or just bring yourself and sit with us, listening, experiencing the music. No prior experience is necessary.
To help planning, call and reserve your spot if you are able, but drop-ins are welcome.
A free will donation will be invited for studio costs.
The didjeridu is a wind instrument developed by indigenous Australians of Northern Australia around 1500 years ago and is still in widespread use there and around the world. It’s rather like a wooden trumpet.
You get the idea.