Healing Power of Sound
June 3, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm| $20
Join us at the Chopra Center for a transformative experience of learning, light-hearted fun, and conscious community! ✨?
During this discussion, Dr. Richard Gold and Yuval Ron will lead the group on a musical journey, exploring the power of sound and it’s ability to heal your mind, body, and spirit. You’ll discover how to:
? Recognize the remarkable healing potential of sound and music
? Incorporate the Five Element Theory of TCM into your daily life
? Invigorate your well-being with the Six Healing Sounds Qi Gong
? Utilize your Dosha to better understand yourself
? Invoke the Doshas with a simple, yet powerful chant, Aum
About Dr. Richard Gold
Dr. Richard Gold is a licensed acupuncturist and holds a Doctorate in Psychology. He graduated from Oberlin College in 1972 with a degree in World Religions and a minor in pre-medicine. He graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1978 and since then has devoted his professional career to the study, practice, researching, teaching, and publishing in the field of East Asian Medicine. Dr. Gold was one of the four founders of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, a regionally and nationally accredited college of traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Gold was first introduced to meditation and yoga in 1970 during a month-long meditation retreat and has pursued mental mindfulness and meditative awareness over the past 40+ years. In recent years, Dr. Gold has studied neuroscience and the effects of sound and meditation on the brain. Dr. Gold is a published author and lectures internationally. His book, Massage: A Traditional Medical Technique, published in 1998, is now in its second edition.
✨ About Yuval Ron ✨
Yuval Ron is an internationally renowned World Music artist, composer, educator, peace activist and record producer. Among his many honors, he composed the songs and score for the Oscar-winning film West Bank Story in 2007, was the featured artist in the Gala Concert for the Dalai Lama’s initiative Seeds of Compassion in the Seattle Opera Hall in 2008, and has collaborated with the Sufi leader Pir Zia Inayat Khan since 2006. His awards include the Los Angeles Treasures Award in 2004 and prestigious grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, American Composers Forum, California Council for the Humanities and the Rockefeller Foundation. Yuval’s book Divine Attunement: Music As A Path To Wisdom, won the Gold Medal Award for Best Spirituality Book at the Indie Book Awards 2015.