Didgeridoo Journey Meditation

Joe_Didge_72dpi_1Don’t miss Joseph’s return visit to New England and a chance to honor transition into fall with┬áthe healing magic of a didgeridoo!

Connect, breathe, and guide your space within.

Bring peace and healing to the mind, body, and soul.

This workshop offers an introduction to the therapeutic principles of the didgeridoo and a basic overview of journeying and meditation. The meditation consists of 50 minute didgeridoo journey followed by group sharing, question and answer time.

The didgeridoo keys selected for this meditation are played for longer duration and are chosen for their ability to support journeying, meditation, visioning, and intention manifestation.

What is Harmonic Therapy with the Didgeridoo?

Didgeridoos produce sound waves in the inaudible 0-20Hertz range (the same frequency range as human brain waves) with several harmonics approaching 1000Hertz. These waves affect the “whole” body, including your Etherial being, relaxing your body and mind to a state of deep self-healing and personal consciousness.

Harmonic therapy has been used to aid in meditation and relaxation, acting as a tuning fork for your body’s natural resonant vibration on a cellular level. Reported effects range from relief of muscle pain and stress, to a greater sense of clarity and heightened energy flow along reopened chakra points.

Who is Joseph?

Joseph Carringer is a professional didgeridoo musician and sound therapist. In his sound therapy practice he uses concert class didgeridoos, combining Traditional Chinese Medicine meridian and organ theory with Ayurvedic Chakra philosophies creating a unique and powerful therapeutic sound healing experience. Joseph has been playing an Australian Aboriginal didgeridoo for over 15 years, using it as a deep meditative tool in his personal shamanic journey as well as a therapeutic instrument for his clients.

Wednesday, September 27

7 – 8:30pm

$35 in advance, $40 at the door

This workshop will be held in the Community Conference Room at 100 Cummings Center, Suite 221-E.

Registration is required. Please bring a yoga mat or a blanket to lie down on. Chairs will be available.