Did you buy a singing bowl from the tibetan monks?
Do you miss the vibrational energy of the monks being on GCU’s campus?
Dr. Stephanie Argyris, MD will be leading a bowl centered meditation using Tibetan Singing Bowls.
Come “BATHE” in an Ocean of SOUND
It will take place Wednesday, October 19th
3pm to 4pm
At the Lagoon on the GCU campus, weather permitting
Rain Location Chapel
Bring your own Singing Bowls or Crystal bowls or just come to listen
Drepong Gomang Tibetan Monks use brass Tibetan Singing Bowls to accompany their daily Meditation and Chanting practices. The use of sound has been a sacred and hidden aspect of Tibetan ceremonial rites for many centuries.
Come experience the magical healing effects of Sound, Toning and Music using the singing bowls as a door.
The otherworldly tones of the bowls will fill the space around us and bathe us in rich, penetrating vibrations. The deep notes/ tones with strong vibrato will physically resonate through our bodies touching our core essences, positively affecting our minds as well as our physiology. The tones and overtones carry within them a wealth of knowledge about the cosmos and all of its truths.
Watch inner chaos, conflict and negatively charged emotions melt into a harmonious sense of calm centeredness that resonates through every cell of our body and mind. Feel the Tranquility, Peace and Acceptance. See pronounced shifts in your mood and emotions; your feelings and perceptions may be positively altered … Remember the absolute beauty and unconditional harmony of the Universe and reawaken our connection to our own inner true essence.
Come, step into a moment out of Time that will offer us a release from the distractions and stresses of our outside world. Feel the sound waves move through us and around us. Experience a relief of pressure and a new sense of lightness as we explore and enjoy an age old mind – body practice for stress reduction and spiritual awakening.
Come immerse yourselves in the vibrations of the Singing Bowls.
Stephanie P. Argyris, M.D. has an extensive background in traditional Medicine, as a Physiatrist, as well as in Complementary & Alternative Medicine healing modalities. Dr. Argyris graduated from Douglass College of Rutgers University with a B.A. in Chemistry. Her medical degree is from UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 1983, Piscataway, N.J. Her residency was completed at Robert Wood Johnson Rehabilitation Institute, 1986, in Edison, N.J. She conducted much research on Post trauma Vision Syndrome seen in patients following Traumatic Brain Injury. She founded and runs Sail-Habilitation, a NPO sailing program for those with physical disabilities and special needs.
Dr. Argyris had a private practice in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for over 25 years in Ocean County, N.J. She is a practicing Usui Reiki Master, a Shamanic Healing Practitioner and Energy Healer. She is UCLA Certified in Medical Acupuncture. She has training in Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Transformational Healing with Her Holiness Sai Maa Lakshmi Devi. Dr. Argyris has studied with different indigenous shamans throughout the United States, Hawaii, Mexico & Canada; she has worked extensively at Delphi and throughout Greece. She travels around the world performing healing ceremonies at different Sacred Sites, healing our Mother Earth. For the past decade, she has been practicing as a Facilitator of Spiritual Consciousness Awakening. She teaches many different types of courses, for example, on Consciousness Awakening, Core Shamanism and she facilitates Drumming Circles. She is leading Full Moon Ceremonies in the Grand Itza Mayan Council style as we progress towards December 21st , 2012. She takes groups to different Sacred Sites around the globe so they may experience the wonders of this planet. She is an adjunct Faculty at Georgian Court University, Lakewood, N.J. in their Holistic Health Master’s Program teaching varied courses but specializing in Energy Medicine and Native American Medicine as well as being a guest Lecturer at UMDNJ for their Medical and Physician Assistant students and faculty.