Sacred Drum Indigenous Sound Gathering (Monthly)

Public Service Announcements
Date: Wednesday, 6th June 2018 08:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Venue: 477 shoup ave idaho falls id 83402  |  City: Idaho Falls, United States

This is a community and ALL are welcome gathering. Bring your drums, Indian Flutes and Digieridoos!!! It is a time where we get to create through our own expression. We will work off of positive intentions and hope filled fun. This is a time where you will learn your own potency and contribution by immersing and feeling bliss and splendor through sound. Drumming is one of the oldest forms of vibrational healing on this planet. Drumming connects us with the natural pulse of life, our heartbeat, and the pulse of mother earth. Everything in existence has a rhythm. By drumming we entrain our bodies to the rhythm of life. Humans have an ancient and primal connection to the beat of the drum that is deeply transformative. 1. Drumming is for EVERYONE releases endorphins in the human brain that cause feelings of happiness and euphoria. 2. Drumming reduces stress and boosts the immune system 3. Drumming produces deeper self-awareness by inducing synchronous brain activity (Hemispheric Coordination) and promoting alpha waves 4. Drumming helps to releases negative feelings and emotional trauma 5. Drumming helps us to connect with self and others 6. Drumming helps us connect to the natural rhythms all around 7. Drumming provides a path by which we may access a higher power, connectedness and community 8. Drumming grounds us in the present moment 9. Drumming helps us to reach a state of self-realization Join in helping build community, participation is by donation. We want to give back for the space that is being provided, the common good for the community and to further grow our gathering experience.

 

Telephone
(208) 522-1101
Email
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Rating
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Address
477 Shoup Ave, Idaho Falls
ID 83402, United States

 

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  • Wednesday, 6th June 2018 08:00 PM - 09:00 PM