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Nandita Kochar

This world is Nada (a vibration), believes Sanj Hall, a Traveling Gong Yogi and Sound Artist.

In India and all ancient cultures of the world, this truth was experientially known by many beings.

Healing sounds bring about release of stresses, relaxation, harmony and joy.

A sound journey or a gong session or retreat is an opportunity to explore oneself at a deeper level with healing music and meditation. It’s a journey within oneself with every cell of the body joining the chorus.

This is an easy way of getting in meditation appropriate for any age or experience level. The gong helps people to achieve a deeper state of meditation than one is normally not able to experience using other methods! Perfect for those new to meditation! On the other hand, regular meditators and healers find gongs taking them even deeper into a vortex.

We have an opportunity to invite Sanj Hall to lead these sessions at Happy Ho. He is a traveling gong yogi and sound artist, who has taken the divine order to spread the goodness of gongs and holistic resonance and its teachings to the world. He has been conducting sessions/retreats as well as teachings healing sounds in UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and North America regularly as well as many Ashrams in India.

He also performs meditative “free spiritual jazz” concerts worldwide both as a solo artist as well as in collaboration with other sound artists. He travels worldwide, spreading the sound of gongs, singing bowls, handpan, drums and many other instruments, touching many lives. In a few sessions of his, he may use sounds of nature, birds or even traffic or even a “distracting sound” to weave within his session.

As he says, we welcome all sounds and weave into a sound mantra bead. He also works with modern instruments as well as electronic music, as well as DJs and feels that healing aspects of sounds have no boundaries. 

 

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