We live with gold in our hearts, at the base of our souls, yet we can run around the surface of both, doing our best to avoid that gold for fear that it may not actually be there, that we are in fact the one person on the planet who doesn’t have what it takes to be a successful, happy, and good person.
Coming together ~ a time for renewal and connection. There are many ways to be a peaceful presence on this Earth; a social activist, a personal healer, an environmentalist, an artist… a parent to life. We might be involved in politics, we might write, campaign, converse, communicate. There is something else we can do that heals the inner framework that both influences, and is influenced by, our rich, interactive, world: we can deepen into our consciousness, through shared sound. As a sound healer, I know the value that sharing through sound brings, and I get to witness the unity that develops on all platforms, through the sacred act of singing in communion. This brief, yet valuable, visit into the realms of sound and healing, invites us to experience this together. Come rest in the harmony of community. It is time to gather, it is time to sing. Come join us, in the Spirit of Sound! ADVANCE TIX ON EVENTBRITE
Hey folks, I’m heading down the beautiful Pacific Highway on my way to the Dowsers 2016 Conference to sing and give my talk on “Intuitive Resonance: Finding the True You“. Here’s a quick summary of my talk: How can we use the power of sound to help us access that place of deeper wisdom within … Read more
Are you interested in deepening your relationship to your creativity, even using it for healing?
I was privileged to co-create an amazing, intimate four day retreat as part of a team of four strong, sensitive women: Beth, Becky and Trish. Based at Four Springs retreat in Middletown we spent days singing, healing, crafting, doing soul collage, eating wonderful ‘clean’ food, having individual healings and massages! Here are some pictures. Join us next year. If interested, please contact Becky Shafi: firstname.lastname@example.org.