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Crystal Tones in Tucson for Several Shows

Crystal Tones, the creators of Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls, are in Tucson for three shows this year, at the Ramada, Red Lion and the 22nd Street Show, open from January 30 through February 16, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Experience the healing tones of Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls and an opportunity to have a life-changing experience. Deep healing, self-transformation and liberation are common reports from people who experience or work with the bowls. During this time, attendees can experience the bowls, play them for themselves and see which ones they may want to take home.
   
The shows will feature Jay Schwed with Megan Ann Walker, as well as Tryshe Dhevney, all performing at many times throughout.
   
Schwed and Walker will showcase Octavial Repatterning, which is a cellular clearing and DNA activation using an advanced therapeutic sound healing sequence featuring Crystal Tones Alchemy Singing Bowls. Octavial Repatterning is designed to bring harmony and balance and clear old cellular memories in each and every cell—this includes all cells, organic and inorganic, liquid, solid, and all the way into the divine, as well as clearing and repairing of the grid, earth’s energy field. This has been created to work on a cellular level in order to release old cellular memories that have prevented us from a more rapid rate of evolution into our star or higher consciousness. The results vary from person to person, but include having more peace and harmony, abundance and living life in the FLOW.
   
“Crystal Tones Alchemy Singing Bowls offer the highest frequencies to assist each person with aligning their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies with their highest expression of self. The clear and resonant sounds of the Alchemy Singing Bowls offer a magical melody that creates a healing experience that is acoustically astounding and powerfully transformative,” explains Schwed.
   
Schwed carries the Elder wisdom and has been incorporating the Crystal Tones Alchemy Singing Bowls since their creation at the beginning of the 21st century. Schwed and Walker have brought the Alchemy Singing Bowls to mental institutions, recovery centers, hospice, a variety of different halfway houses, cancer support centers and patients preparing for surgery, to share their 28-plus years of Sound Healing experience.
   
With Dhevney’s performances, experience the intimate expression of rich spectral music from the best-selling Sounds True recording artist. These harmonic transmissions weave luminous tonal layers of gemstone, metal and mineral infused Crystal Tones Alchemy Singing Bowls with spontaneous vocal harmonies that expand the potential of our human experience.
   
“The high frequency pure tone quality of the Crystal Tones Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls along with the advanced calibration of the Super Grade bowls is nothing short of otherworldly,” explains Dhevney. “I’ve experienced how various combinations of Alchemy bowls and tones transform disease, mitigate pain and calm the nervous system. Is it a miracle? Not really. This is a repeatable acoustic phenomenon that allows the body to heal, if we let go of the belief that it’s impossible. I know. It happened to me.”
   
Sound can raise the body’s density (due to stress) to a higher, more refined frequency. When activated, the Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowl produces a state of acoustic luminescence where crystal sound energy invigorates the light body at a subatomic level, evolving and transforming us in every way.
   
“We are living at a time of rapid evolutionary change and sound is the gateway to living at a higher octave. Crystal Tones Alchemy Singing Bowls and the Super Grade singing bowls are the agents of change, here to transform us through sound. They are the instruments of this newly awakened Crystalline Age and the harmonic bridge to what is sacred in us all,” says Dhevney.
   
Shows will be held at: the Ramada (Formerly Riverpark), 350 S. Freeway, in rooms 166-167 and two adjacent Grand Tents; Red Lion (Formerly Days Inn), 222 S. Freeway, Main Temple Tent (#25) behind lobby; and the 22nd Street Show in the Showcase Booths M3 and M4.

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