8 Corners of Heaven Gong + Mantra + Shruti Box + Tuning Forks
Your voice, your body, and your internal hum effects your experience and all those around you. You are a gong! Join Amardeep for this exploration into internal vibrations, resonances, and subtleties. This special workshop features the Sacred Sounds of the 8 Corners of Heaven Gong, designed by Gong Master Don Conreaux.
Your workshop vibes include:
- Exploring your internal hum of healing
- Clearing and tuning up each chakra with different notes on the Shruti box
- Vibrating and clearing stagnant energy in the body with tuning forks, tuned to planetary resonances or hertz (Hz)
- Moving energy with a Kundalini yoga warm ups
- Meditating with mantra: Ang Sang Wahe Guru, invoking ecstasy of the Universe vibrating in every cell of the body
- Vibrating the skull as a gong with mantra, Ong (infinite creative energy)
- Extended healing relaxation with the 8 Corners of Heaven Gong
About the Special 8 Corners of Heaven Gong: The gong is buffed to a mirror finish so we may see our reflections. The eight runic glyphs (symbols) on the gong represent the cycle of life. The glyphs suggest that the sound of the gong originates in the 8 Corners of Heaven propelling the cycle of life on earth.
“Listening to the sound of one’s own nature…and directing the flow of hearing within one’s inner concentration is the way to Samadhi (perfect enlightenment).” – Gong Master Don Conreaux, Magnum Opus of the Gong, Vol 1
“Gong is the sound that projects you out of your realm to Infinity.” – Yogi Bhajan
Date & Time
Saturday July 14th
7:00 – 9:00 pm
About the Teacher
Amardeep Bliss is a life-long learner, PhD candidate in Education, and Kundalini Yoga teacher. She has taught in several countries including Germany, Japan, Korea, Croatia, and Canada. Her recent studies include mindfulness, literacies, and soundscapes. Amardeep is grateful to the Golden Chain of teachers including Yogi Bhajan, Ramana Maharshi, and Thich Nhat Hanh.
When Amardeep is not reading, writing, or teaching, you can find her walking or biking the urban cityscape or at an art gallery – she enjoys visual and kinaesthetic experiences as well as auditory! Wahe guru!