Sound & Reiki are
so healing when
Community Building is the benefit of energy
work through sound, vibration and sharing stories
within the sacred circle.
The Reiki Precepts:
Hazel Walker & Lisa Hartt sounding on Didgeridoos
Singing the Songlines
Just for today do not worry
Just for today do not anger
Just for today be grateful
Just for today be kind to all living things
Just for today work hard
Sounding for each other is an act of loving compassion.
Breathing and sounding love into all the soul spaces is both healing and enlivening.
Liz Levine, Hazel Walker & Lisa Hartt
Sounding the Reiki principles at the TranSense Reiki Fall Fair 2008
Voice3 is : Ann-Marie Boudreau, Lisa Hartt,& Hazel Walker
Receivers on massage tables experience deep relaxation wth improvised sound of voice, percussion & world instruments.
Swiss one-of-a kind handbeaten drums from different metal alloys sounding different musical scales.
Kalimbas or thumb pianos are used in African cultures to sing a baby to sleep, to grieve the passing of a loved one, to speak for the ones who have lost their voice.
Embracing the Sound of Winter Solstice at the Big Beat
Deep in our cells are the ancient messages of well being that awaken to the primal sounds of a hollowed eucalyptus tree called a didgeridoo.
Sounding the Songlines
Group Benefits of Soundwork
- Open, close,or add vitality to a conference
- Build team spirit in a corporate environment
- Support a commemorative or celebratory event
- Conduct a meaningful ceremony
- A certified soundwork practitioner has completed all the theoretical and practical requirements integral to the Soundwork Practitioner Training Program designed by Gary Diggins at the Toronto SoundSource Academy.
"The idea that words are a clear expression of the mind 's content is an illusion. There is a range and depth to the voice that can neither be predicted nor controlled. To decipher the voices within the voice is an art itself. Sometimes as voice can carry a world towards you. The physical sound of the voice in your ear is almost like the touch of a person's hand upon your shoulder. Over the distance the voice can ferry a world of presence."
John O'Donohue- excerpted from "Beauty" The Invisible Embrace