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Mystical Oasis

Floating Prayers Sound Bath

Relax in a hammock; pray and meditate on God! Relax in a hammock; pray and meditate on God! A soothing sound bath where you can allow yourself to be submerged in God’s grace, mercy and love as the Holy Spirit moves into every chamber of your heart. $30 Nonrefundable / Nontransferable

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Floating Prayers Sound Bath
Floating Prayers Sound Bath

Time & Location

Jul 18, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Mystical Oasis, 352 Somerset Ave, Sarasota, FL 34243, USA

About the Event

No Drop-ins please! Pre-registration is required.  Nonrefundable / Nontransferable

Lay back, settle in your hammock  & focus on God!  

Holy Spirit you are welcome here!

Floating prayers is a sound journey that will put you in a state of ease within, allowing you to meditate on God.  We relax in a cozy hammock, then begin our sound journey with a Bilbe quote to reflect on.  We prayer and call in Jesus Christ & the Holy Spirit. We go through this journey with our Lord Jesus Christ while quieting our minds opening our heart to the Holy Spirit and hearing God more clearly.

You are welcome to pray the entire time during the sound journey or lie down and relax, it is your experience.

The calming sound instruments that will be played will stimulates your imagination helping you dream, conceive and contemplate God’s favorable intentions for you. The peaceful dreamy angelic ambiance and soothing energy of the room keeps your focus on God so you can fully experience Jesus’s love.

Deep rest and relaxation is achieved creating a positive effect on your mood and state of mind.

This Sound Bath creates a spiritual atmosphere where you can easily connect to God in a deep and intimate way.

DETAILS:

· Cost: $30 Tickets are Nonrefundable / Nontransferable

· Pre-registration required (no drop-ins) no refunds.

· Doors will open 15 minutes before class and will be locked 3 minutes after class start time for safety.

· Please bring a blanket & pillow. – props are not provided.

IN-STUDIO GUIDELINES:

· People(s) who are sensitive or prone to motion sickness should take caution.

· Please wear comfortable, form fitting clothing with NO metals or plastic.

· Please expect to be barefoot during class

· NO zippers, snaps, sequins or sharp jewelry.

· Pre-registration required (no drop-ins) no refunds.

COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS & RSVP ACCEPTANCE - ATTEND AT YOUR OWN RISK:

· Spots are limited so that we can ensure enough space – preregistration is required – no walk-ins.

· Face masks are optional – if you feel more comfortable, you are welcome to wear one.

· Please bring your own mat, blanket, pillow to sit/lie on – props are not provided.

· Spacing is not at 6 feet apart but as staggered as possible.

By RSVPing to this event, you acknowledge that you are attending this in person event at your own risk. Your RSVP also acknowledges that you are currently healthy and agree to protect yourself and exercise social responsibility prior to and for the duration of the event.  Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Singing Bowls, the Bible and Christianity

We are sometimes also asked if singing bowls are compatible with the teachings of the bible and Christianity. This is also a thoughtful question, and it deserves a thoughtful answer.

Although most people believe that singing bowls are foreign to Western and Christian traditions, it is important to remember that singing bowls are essentially metal bells which are positioned and played differently than the metal bells that are so common in the Western world.

In particular, bells have a long history in Christian tradition and have been used for hundreds of years in churches across the world. Bells have been used as a call to worship and to remind us to open ourselves to the presence of something greater (regardless of what that something greater is according to our particular religion or faith).

While the sound of a bell may differ from that of a singing bowl (also known as a "standing bell"), the science behind singing bowls is essentially the same. In addition, the bible contains scripture which encourages the use of bells and approves of the sound made by them. For example, Exodus 28:33-35 states as follows:

Make pomegranates of blue, purple and scarlet yarn around the hem of the robe, with gold bells between them. The gold bells and the pomegranates are to alternate around the hem of the robe. Aaron must wear it when he ministers. The sound of the bells will be heard when he enters the Holy Place before the Lord and when he comes out, so that he will not die.

The bible also frequently encourages meditation, which can be aided with the use of a meditation aid such as a singing bowl. For example, as stated in Proverbs 15:28, “the heart of the righteous one meditates before answering.” This is connected with Proverbs 16:23, which indicates that meditation gives us soulful depth, peaceful reserve, and moral strength, which together add insight and understanding to our beings and make us better neighbors. By using a meditation aid, we can more easily achieve such insight and understanding.

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