Sound Healing Event with Tibetan Singing Bowls: with Beth Mullin in Cold Spring, NY, on June 4, 2014
Apr 29, 2014 04:06PM
Sound healer Beth Mullin will be in Cold Spring, NY, on June 4 to perform a healing concert with authentic Tibetan singing bowls. A portion of the proceeds will go to Helping Hands USA to help fund Suyra boarding school, serving impoverished children in Nepal.
Tibetan singing bowls have been used as an instrument for healing since ancient times, Mullin says. “The healing that I teach and use in my practice has been handed down from generation to generation by Tibetan Buddhist monks,” she says. “Because our bodies are up to 80 percent water, the vibration of the bowls physically harmonizes with the body on a cellular level to bring balance, harmony and healing on physical, mental and spiritual levels. This form of energy work must be experienced to fully understand how deep and effective it is.”
Mullin has been performing sound healing for more than five years, having trained with third-generation master sound healer Shree Krishna Shahi. Her Cold Spring performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Living Room, 301 Main Street. “The singing bowls will carry away all that does not serve you as your chakras balance and your stress melts away,” she says. Due to the meditative environment, late arrivals and small children cannot be accommodated. Attendees should bring a yoga mat, blanket, pillow or anything that can facilitate comfort while lying down. Chairs will be available.
Tickets are $20 before June 1 or $25 at the door. For tickets, e-mail [email protected] or call 845.661.3630.