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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Concert and Energy Body Workshop with Paul Temple

Feb 01, 2020 10:15AM

Paul Temple

Peaceful, penetrating and pure. These words have been used to describe the music of Paul Temple’s RadianceMatrix, who has toured internationally offering transmissions of peace and luminous awareness with his Tibetan bowls and chanting. Temple is in Tucson for a concert on January 31 and a workshop on February 2, at Solar Culture Gallery. The gatherings are a cross between a concert, a meditation and a journey into the mystic.
At the Sound Temple Concert: Diamond Light Transmission, attendees are invited to dissolve into another dimension—the pure land, the timeless Buddha field—as the healing sound of Tibetan Bowls calms the mind and connects us with our inner heart light. Temple’s deep Tibetan throat singing and set of tuned Tibetan bowls give a powerful but peaceful transmission of pure, luminous awareness.
In the Sunday workshop, titled “ReCalibrating the Energy Body”, people will sing open their chakras, then align with the inner light and evolutionary potential encoded in their heart centers. The seed of our fully enlightened presence is inscribed in our hearts. Temple’s Tibetan bowls and chanting can activate the heart-light to help us remember who we are becoming. It is important in this time of outer turbulence to connect with our inner light and the vibration of awakened potential.

Location: Solar Culture Gallery, 31 E. Toole Ave., Tucson. For more information and tickets, visit or

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