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Pink Moon, Peace Moon, Triple Gong with Sada Simran and Friends
Apr 10, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm| $20
The Full moon represents the energetic peak of the month… when our intuition is on high and we can manifest and tap into our magick with more ease than usual. Our Full Moon in Libra takes on a romantic twist; ruled by Venus, this is a sign that’s all about collaboration, romance, pleasure and justice.
All Full moons represent the end of a cycle and completion, and this one feels especially true for our second Libra full moon. So expect the unexpected, especially with the way you relate to and communicate with others. Join us April 10th as we delve deep into this Libra Full moon with Breath, Movement, and Sacred Sound to clear ourselves of old inclinations and tendencies. Let’s relax into the Gong Experience so the we may break through to clarity, balance, and calmness.
The Gong has been used for thousands of years as an important a tool for healing and meditation. The universe is powered by sound. The Gong is the basic creative sound. Out of the Gong comes all music, all sounds, all words. The sound of the Gong is the nucleus of the Word. The mind was created out of this sound: it is like the father and mother together.
When you experience a Gong Meditation, the waves of sound carry your body and mind to a feeling of peace and connectedness. It’s at this point the Soul is able to re-write our human script.
“The gong is very simple. It is an inter-vibratory system. It is the sound of Creativity itself. The gong is nothing more, nothing less. One who plays the gong plays the universe. The gong is not an ordinary thing to play. Out of it came all music, all sounds, and all words. The sound of the gong is the nucleus of the Word”. by Yogi Bhajan
Regular Class Pricing.
Please bring your yoga mat and blanket for an extended layout.
Date & Time: Friday, April 10th, 7-9pm
Cost: $20. All Class Passes Accepted.
Location: 2609 S Jackson Street Studio
About the instructor: Sada Simran
Sada Simran learned the Gong directly from Yogi Bhajan with whom he studied with for over 35 years. Before moving to Seattle in 2007, he was acting director of Yoga West in Los Angeles, Yogi Bhajan’s home studio. He brings to his classes insights into the nature of consciousness and inspires his students to go beyond their perceived limitations. Sada Simran and his wife Cindi founded and currently run the Guru Gayatri Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Center a 501©3 non-profit organization.