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Chakra Healing Sound Journey

Chakra Healing Sound Journey

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  • Fri 12 Jul, 7:30pm – 9:00pm


Blue Lotus Sanctuary, 16 Como Street, Takapuna


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $30.00


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Surrender, ground and heal your energy centres... fully relax as you journey inward to the sound of crystal and Tibetan singing bowls, shaman drums, vocals and more.

This Healing Sound Journey will help you cleanse, balance and activate your chakras for transformation and manifestation.

There will be an opportunity to connect with your power animal, your spirit guides or your higher self more consciously, and possibly get answers and insights to pressing questions you might have about current life situations.

At the same time, we'll be using our healer abilities through the soundscape and aim at clearing energetic blocks and trauma you might hold on a cellular level.

You will spend most of the time lying down so that you can fully relax and are open to receive healing, guidance and inspiration.

Please bring your mats, blankets and pillows to make yourself comfortable.

To book your spot: https://www.trybooking.co.nz/BTS

About Will & Claire-Jeanne:

Will has been a healer for over 17 years, working with high vibrational angelic energy. He offers Pleiadian Lightwork, Past Life Healing and Shamanic Healing Sound Journeys for individuals/groups.

Claire-Jeanne (BA Hons, Post Grad Dip Counseling) is a Holistic Counselor, Clairvoyant and Spiritual Intuitive trained in Shamanic Healing and Soul Retrieval.

She sees clients for one-on-one sessions, and runs ongoing self and spiritual development classes and courses.

Visit: https://www.elevation.nz/claire-jeanne for more info.
For more info go to: https://www.elevation.nz/sound-journeys

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