Tuesday, September 4th

 

Tibetan sound bowl session, visit to the Zsambek ruin monastery.

Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. The sounds generated by Tibetan Singing Bowls are a type of energy medicine that promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and most forms of disease

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Since matter is energy that vibrates at different rates, the structure of matter can be changed when you alter the rate of vibration. The body is said to be healthy only when each cell and organ resonates in harmony with the entire body. The sound bowls create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased/ out of balance organs. 

The singing bowl session will be given by therapist Krisztina Makray in her round jurta tent 

 

Participants will be laying on comfortable matrasses. After the sound bowl session those willing can ask for energy reading or tarot card reading, all in English.

After the sound bowl session we will pay a visit to the Zsámbék Premontre monastery. The church is a ruin of a Romanesque church from 1220. The monastery was badly damaged during the Turkish rule in Hungary. In 1736, the church collapsed as a result of an earthquake, and since then has been deserted.

When: 4. September, 10 clock

Duration: 2 hours singing bowl session, + visit to the church and exhibition

Cost: 3000 ft singing bowl + 800 ft entrée ruin monastery

Meeting point: at 9.50. Zsámbék, Corvin János u. 5, 2072, by the church entrée. Krisztina will show us the way to the jurta tent

How to get there: For those who do not mind to climb into an old 4wd and be squeezed I offer a ride. Pick up point: 9.o’clock in the morning in front of the Tesco supermarket Bécsi út 258.

For those planning their own trip type:  Zsámbék, Corvin János u. 5, 2072 into Google maps or your gps planner.

 

Capacity is 8 persons, so make your reservation on time at iwcactivitychair@gmail.com

 


 

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