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You are invited to take a sweet journey to your own heart, guided by Urana Heart. Urana transmits sacred Sanskrit and Native Mongolian chants. Her original songs carry the energy of Mother Nature and elementals. Participants will experience the powerful healing sound of alchemy crystal bowls.
Urana will share original songs along with other healing sounds and call & response Kirtan. The sound healing will be performed by Urana Heart and Erik Desrosiers from Life Music Group using a variety of consecrated instruments, including medicine drums & rattles, bells, chimes, crystal and Tibetan sound bowls, chimes, shakers, rain sticks, harmonica and more.
The event will begin with a cacao ceremony. There will be opportunities for sharing reflections and authentic connecting. Treat yourself to a space of heart opening, deep relaxation, and healing
All are welcome to join all or parts of the event.
Three options for donation (Dana):
Sliding scale: $15
Support the artist: $35
You may purchase your own cacao here: lifemusic.group/product/ceremonial-cacao
Use discount code “URANAHEART” to get $5 off. We will prepare the cacao together. Please come prepared with boiling water. Honey, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper are optional for taste. Life Music Group donates 100% of proceeds from cacao sales to the Arhuaco tribe.
Urana Batjargal, born in Mongolia, is a poet, a certified mindful meditation teacher, Reiki Master, and a practitioner of shamanic healing and sound healing. Urana’s healing methods alchemize and integrate her native lineage of Mongolian shamanism, 9 years of devotional practice of Bhakti yoga with Sanskrit chanting, her connections to plant medicines, and 6 years of deep apprenticeship with Nature following the native American medicine wheel, four shields, and vision fasts. Her voice is filled with rebellion against the ordinary, longing for freedom and love, coming back to the roots, and connection to nature. Urana’s healing music is heart-felt, grounding, and delightfully joyful.http://uranaheart.com
Erik Desrosiers is an entrepreneur, music producer, and performing artist based in Washington, D.C. His ventures pierce the veil between science and mysticism. Life Music Group was founded for beings who are called to the healing power of music, embodiment practices, and plant medicines such as ceremonial cacao. Erik often performs drums and percussion in various contexts, including sacred ceremonies and movement meditations.
Sound healing instruments
The Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls that we will be playing are made with the purest American quartz crystal and the finest in gemstones, healing and high resonance minerals, as well as precious metals such as 24 karat gold, silver and platinum. These singing bowls emit powerful healing resonances and are unlike anything else you may have experienced.
Other instruments include Tibetan sound bowls, medicine drums (elk, deer, horse, reindeer, moose, buffalo), bells, rattles, chimes, harmonica and more.
Ceremonial cacao is an ancient spiritual medicine prepared from the cacao bean, the seed of the sweet fruit of the cacao tree. It is cacao in its pure, traditional form, used by ancient civilizations and cultures in ceremonies for generations.It is one of the most accessible and welcoming plant medicines that opens the heart chakra and helps us return to our original state of a loving being. Cacao helps the receiver to connect the heart and the mind, illuminates a pathway to creativity, and balances the male and female energies within the body.
Mantras, or sacred chants, are short phrases packed with energy and intention—designed to generate powerful sound waves that promote healing, insight, creativity, and spiritual growth. The transformative power of sound has been passed down to the present from the sages of many cultures and have inspired, comforted, healed, and empowered the lives of many.
To experience a sound healing journey from a past event, check out Urana’s events page.
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(Saturday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm