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On Monday September 1, 2003 Dr. Grossman will be providing a
group sound-healing experience for the Monday evening after the New Moon.
These on-going events will be held at
The Elder Tree in
Topanga Canyon. The time will be from 7:30 till about 9:00pm, and a $15.00
donation is requested. All are invited to enjoy this profound experience of
healing and consciousness. Please
you would like more information or reservations as space is somewhat
If you can't make this one, the next Monday Evening Sound
Healing event will be held on September 29, 2003, so mark your calendars!
My breath and my whole physical being
became one with the vibrations of the music. I was transported beyond the
small room into vast realms where my consciousness roamed unhindered. Dr.
Grossman’s creative ability coupled with his sensitivity as a healer is a
key to the deeply felt resonance with our body and Spirit.
Sonnenschein, Author "Sound Design - The Expressive Power of Music,
Voice and Sound Effects in Cinema"
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