Sound Journey with Crown of Eternity
Crown of Eternity
Crown of Eternity will take the audience on a sound journey—a vibrational experience like no other—from 6 to 8 p.m., February 26, at the Galactic Center, in Tucson. The duo will bathe attendees in waves of sound from over 60 vibrational instruments (multiple gongs, gong oblongs, bells, sound plates, sound triangles and Himalayan singing bowls). It is a meditation, a dream-like state, a deep and lasting vibrational cleansing for the body and soul. Attendees are asked to bring a yoga mat, blanket or cushion for comfort during extended relaxation on the floor.
The sound journey experience starts with light breath work or meditation and settling into a cozy space to rest deeply, to be awake, to meditate, or to be amazed by the vastness of the healing sound current. The rhythmic sound oscillations facilitate the movement of prana through the body and deliver a deep energetic reboot of the nervous system. These sacred sounds are transmitted into the tissues and experienced as a full-body sound massage, realigning us on a cellular level while removing unwanted patterns or blockages, and energizing, exhilarating and lifting the spirit.
Crown of Eternity, made up of Mike Tamburo and Gallina Tamburo spend their lives serving people through vibration, sound, music and energy healing. Through their extensive national tours with workshops, classes, therapy sessions, concerts and retreats, they have helped thousands of people connect to their life energy, to deeper relaxation and to self-healing.
Over the past 20-plus years, Mike has become well known as a multi-instrumentalist and polymath, performing and recording ecstatic and transcendental music as well as folk, ambient and sometimes unclassifiable sounds. He is also an artist and a filmmaker. In 2008, he met Gallina, who was on her own journey of healing. Their shared love of ecstatic music, kundalini yoga, the gong, sound therapy and sacred chanting set the foundation of their relationship, marriage and eventual musical collaboration.