Date: 21 August 2019, Thursday
Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Energy Exchange: $85 per person
Ame de Lumiere Holistic Consultancy
One Commonwealth, 1 Commonwealth Lane, #08-22, Singapore 149544
For centuries, Himalayan singing bowls have been used for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds that help to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. The sounds generated by Himalayan singing bowls are a special type of energy medicine that promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and most forms of dis-ease. Indeed, these singing bowls do not only help with physical healing but they also trigger a regenerative process at the emotional and spiritual levels.
Hence, we are pleased to have Dr Sujata Singhi, a sound bowl healer and author of best- selling book “The Power of Sound” to hold a special sound-bowl meditation session at our centre.
Whether you are having some physical discomfort or undergoing some emotional or mental stress, you will find this group meditation session a wondrously liberating experience, almost like a therapeutic Sound Spa. The session will take participants on a joyous journey of resonance with the pure and uplifting sounds of Himalayan singing bowls. Do come and bask in a unique ‘Sound Spa’ session that refreshes, reinvigorates, rejuvenates, and releases you from whatever pain and aches you may have.
Register through WhatsApp or text: +65 97492857
Dr. Sujata Singhi is the author of an international best-selling book, "Power of Sound", a book which has been described by an Indian political leader as a "Boon to Mankind". An international master sound bowl healer and trainer, she was honoured with a doctorate in Life Skill Education with specialisation in NLP and sound therapy for her thesis, talks and work on wellness and Joyous Living which has touched the lives of more than 300,000 people in the past 3 years. This doctorate was conferred by the wing of the HRD Government of India and recognised by the United Nations.
She was conferred a second doctorate on Wellness with specialisation in Happiness and Living, by the Hopewill organisation, HRD Government of India and the Australian associates. She is the founder of a healing modality called Music and Emotion Release Therapies (MERT) for which she has garnered a third doctorate. She has spoken on sound therapy extensively to a vast audience at Rotary Club, Lions Club WEP, Law universities, schools and hospitals.
She was also conferred the "Edupreneur of the year-2017 award" by the prestigious organisation Bharat Nirman, Delhi which recognises people who have contributed towards nation building. She was also awarded the Woman of Substance award by the Municipal Corporation of Mumbai, India for her motivational talks towards environment protection.
Currently working on a new book, “Reclaim your Riches”, Dr Sujata’s vision is to spread awareness of the ancient systems of healing through sound therapy, especially using Himalayan singing bowls, and to Educate, Empower and help people Evolve to reach their highest potential.