Gong Meditation – Sacred Sounds

Gong Meditation – Sacred Sounds

time 5:00 pm

January 12, 2019

Saturday, January 12
5:00 – 6:30pm

Join us in the Meditation Chapel for a powerful Sacred Sound Journey and Gong Meditation with Symphonic Gongs, Singing Bowls, and other unique instruments!

This Gong meditation is skillfully led by Gong Master/Teacher Barbara Cole Salmeron. Barbara has years of experience and has been trained by many Masters around the world.

This event is offered on a Love Offering basis
Suggested donation is $30 per person, no one is turned away.

Space is limited so please arrive early. It’s best to arrive 15 minutes early to check-in get settled, so we may begin on time, uninterrupted. Once the event has begun, the doors will be shut to avoid disruption. Avoid missing out by arriving 15 minutes early.

Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Chairs are available at most events, or bring your yoga mat or blanket & pillows. Most people prefer to lay down for a gong meditation, so bring anything you like to help make yourself comfortable (blankets, pillows, etc.) while on the floor. It is also a good idea to have a bottle of water.


See how easy DEEP relaxation can be, just lay back and breathe… Releasing that which no longer serves you, experiencing bliss and moving forward feeling recharged and re-energized!

The gong is an ancient instrument and its healing vibrations have been used around the world for almost 6,000 years. Listeners can benefit in numerous ways, including stilling the mind and strengthening the nervous system to effectively deal with daily, stressful challenges. We will also utilize crystal bowls and other unique instruments for this sacred journey.

This is an EASY and fun event, appropriate for any age or experience level. The gong helps people to achieve a deeper state of meditation. Perfect for those new to meditation…

No prior experience, effort or practice is required to participate, everyone welcome! Simply relax comfortably and breathe deeply for a healing sound experience of the gong. Mature children welcome too!