MSG presentation

Note: This month only we will meet in the Coyote Room at HOA 1.

Ancient civilizations used sound as the language of time outside of time, the language of deep inner space. Sound is the link between our ancient lineage and future of healing. Join us on December 9, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. as we welcome Tryshe Dhevney for her presentation on the healing power of vibration, sound, harmony and music and its ability to unlock the organic creative potential that exists within us.

Tryshe is a best-selling Sounds True recording artist, author, researcher and multidimensional vocalist. Praised for her musical compositions, her work is inspired through her own personal healing journey from a potentially fatal illness to complete health and well-being through sound and forms the basis of her groundbreaking sound healing techniques.

On her website, Tryshe states that, “We all know that listening to a babbling brook or a favorite piece of music can change our moods. What most don’t realize is that the sound of our own voice can provide an even more penetrating and prolonged shift in the internal vibrations of the body, mind and spirit. Recent medical research shows that creating sustained primordial sounds can shift brain states, create health and transform consciousness with little or no effort. Toning—making a sustained sound, usually a vowel tone—can change the entire molecular and cellular make-up of the body. Moaning and groaning are also forms of toning. So whether you make a specifically pitched tone or just having a good groan, sound heals!”

Tryshe will also share her remarkable experience recording Spirit of the Ancients: Crystal Bowl Sound Healing amid ancient ruins of an open-mouth cave in New Mexico. The evening will close with a crystal bowl sound meditation, taking us on a sonic journey into the quantum with the luminous tones of the gemstone-infused Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls.

A review of her CD by Mark Nepo, author of Inside the Miracle and The Endless Practice states, “Recorded in an open cave in New Mexico, Spirit of the Ancients brings alive tones that have lived forever. Like the Vedic poets of ancient India, Tryshe Dhevney is a conduit for the hymns of the Universe. Her work with crystal bowls is heart medicine.”

Please join the SaddleBrooke Metaphysical Study Group on Wednesday, December 9, 2015, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. This month only we will meet in the Coyote Room at HOA 1. For questions, contact Susan Parker at 314-3610. Our meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month from October through May at the SaddleBrooke Activity Center at 64518 Galveston Lane from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. There is no charge and all are welcome. Also check our website: Yearly dues are $15 for those who want to become members.