A Symphony of Sound – Thursday 12th October 7.15-8.45pm
in the Main Hall at St. Katharines Parmoor, Frieth, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6NN
An evening of gongs, crystal bowls, crystal pyramids, and other sound healing instruments that offer you the opportunity to enhance the levels of forgiveness in your life.
Forgiveness is the key to happiness and when we allow ourselves to then it sets us free to remember and be who we truly we are.
Forgiveness helps us to understand that we are not a victim of life or of this world and that we are not a victim of the past
We all have things that we need to forgive either ourselves or others for, and until we forgive, then we keep giving our future to the past.
Together with the power of sound, forgiveness changes our vibration and brings us into to the here and now and the present moment.
The benefits of sound healing are now much more widely understood even in the scientific arena. Sound healing improves and transforms a range of physical, psychological, emotional and energetic states. You can expect to feel relaxed, more in touch with yourself, and more aware and able to use the inherent, natural healing qualities within all of us.
We will start promptly at 7.15 so you may arrive from 7 pm. Please bring with you something to lie on like a yoga mat or blankets, a pillow for your head and maybe one for under your knees if you like, also blankets to cover you. The aim is to be as comfortable and relaxed as possible so you can easily connect with the sound healing vibrations. It is a good idea to bring some water too to drink after the session.
Doug Buckingham and Chrissie Martin are both experienced healers, gong masters, and loving practitioners of the noble art of sound healing.
They will be sounding from different ends of the Main Hall on this evening, so you will be cossetted and entrances in a blanket of sounds, allowing you to receive even more powerful levels of energy healing.
The Main Hall at St. Katharines, Parmoor.
This historic house stands in 12 acres of grounds in an area of great scenic beauty and abundant wildlife. The rural tranquillity of the Chilterns, combined with a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere, make St. Katharine’s an ideal venue.
When the house was given to Lady Ryder of Warsaw by the nuns of the Anglican order of St. Katharine of Alexandria, she determined to make it a ‘powerhouse of prayer’, a place where people from all walks of life could come to find peace and renewed energy to face the challenges of life.
Your investment for the evening is £22 payable in advance or pay £25 on the night in cash
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