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Bradford pear trees are in bloom, allergies are tearing down the walls of our immune systems, and Apr. 15 and graduation ceremonies are just around the corner. It can be a stressful season, but it doesn’t have to be—just try a little music therapy.
One such therapy, sound healing, uses the vibrations created by instruments like the didgeridoo, singing bowl and gong. Didgeridoo artist Paradiso Turturici and his wife, singing bowl master alchemist, Rasamayi Turturici, will perform their, “uniquely powerful and beautiful spiritual soundscapes,” at a live sound healing concert at The Center for Mindful Living on Mar. 30.
The two are self-trained musicians and have released five CDs, which have topped radio charts around the world. Past concertgoers have said they have had, “experiences of unprecedented and profound meditation; visions of their guides, life purpose, and past lives; and profound healing of acute and chronic emotional, physical and spiritual dis-ease,” at these concerts.
The concert begins at 3 p.m. and runs about two hours. Tickets are $20 in advance, and $25 the day of (however, there is limited seating).
Visit centerformindfulliving.wildapricot.org/programsclasses. The Center for Mindful Living is located at 1212 McCallie Ave. (at Holtzclaw)
— Madeline Chambliss