Join Mediation teacher and counsellor Michael Hara to experience the healing, transformational and grounding sounds of Sound Immersion. Deeply relaxing and soothing, it induces a meditative state that promotes calmness, well-being and alignment with Mind, Body and Spirit.
This hour-long meditation session allows you to be absorbed in the unique sound vibrations of the Didgeridoo-Yidaki, as well as Tibetan bowls, Koshi bells and Chilean cactus rainsticks to experience a deep sense of physical relaxation and inner calm.
This session uses sound and rhythm to create continuous waves of sound vibration within a sacred space, to soothe your nervous system.
There's no 'doing' - just being. You passively participate by lying down, comfortably supported with a yoga mat, blankets, eye-pillows and cushions as the sounds saturate your senses.
· Releasing stress and tension held within the body-mind-heart;
· Creating a deeper sense of connection to Self;
· An uplifted mood or lighter spirit;
· Feelings of deep peace, calm, contentment and ease;
· Learning to let-go and relax fully into yourself.
Michael acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land and the Yidaki- Didgeridoo.
Michael AKA Hara, is an experienced musician, meditation teacher and counsellor. He shares an authentic respect and connection with the Aboriginal community and culture.
From his childhood to his adult experiences in remote Aboriginal communities he has been able to absorb the role, respect, permissions and acknowledgement in his use of the Yiadki - the Didgeridoo. He acknowledges the traditional custodians of the instrument, the Yolngu people and acknowledges the Noongar country on which he plays.
Hara creates the 'sacred space' for you to dive deep into relaxation.
Michael is obviously an experienced meditation practitioner. Yet he carries a lightness and authenticity in his sessions. Anyone can benefit from being in his gently guided sessions and I would recommend spending longer time in counselling, meditation or retreats with him.