FREE New Moon Meditation and Gong Bath

Time to turn on our big sun gong to balance the rising energy of our rebirth with a new moon in Gemini. This new moon is all about communication and handling information overload! With this potent Gemini energy, we have the chance to make important changes in our lives.

Each lunar cycle, we are continually reincarnated. Our spirits are filled with strength, ideas, power, and courage as the full moon builds and then as it dissipates, we are relieved of that power. It’s during a new moon that we can ruminate on our decisions, on our experiences, and rejuvenate ourselves so that we can start all over again.

The new moon is symbolic of the second chance we are given over and over again. If everything went wrong by the time of the full moon and we made every mistake we could have possibly made, the new moon gifts us with a clean slate. This is why the new moon is the perfect time to meditate, journal, organize, and plan our next move. The new moon’s purifying energy is there to aid us in our reflection.

Join Ara Lyman in a Kundalini yoga meditation to help us with technology and information overload, intention setting and a gong/Himalayan bowl soundbath. A soundbath is an event where the practitioner lies in resting pose (Savasana) and relaxes while being soothed and “bathed” in sound. Think of it as a hands-off vibration massage!

We will do light warm up exercises. No one is obliged to do them if their body says “no.” We will do a seated meditation/mantra and if you want to bring a cushion to sit on please do so. We have some mats and blankets but for your maximum comfort, we recommend bringing your own blankets and pillows as well. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a non-breakable water bottle so you can drink plenty of pure water after the experience.

Cost is free and we are also accepting love donations. $25-$35 is appreciated but not required. Ara wants anyone who needs healing to participate regardless of finances.

Please do not bring children to this event unless they can quietly and responsibly participate on their own in a 90 minute meditation.