Special Guest: Robert Austin’s Crystal Bowl Concert


Robert Austin performs a Crystal Bowl Concert with his mom Jeannie as a special guest.

Robert brought us a sense of well being and deep relaxation through the sounds and tones of Crystal and Tibetan Bowls.  A concert clears the energies in your physical and spiritual bodies.  Some release, some cry, it is amazing what the bowls can do.

 

The instruments are laid out before the concert begins.
The Tibetan, or Singing Bowls, are actually a type of inverted bell.
The pure tones of crystal bowls carry through physical objects due to the the human body's ability to resonate with specific frequencies
There were also an assortment of other unique instruments.
Robert gets ready to begin!
Individuals also received direct attention.
More healing and inspiration. This participant drew mandalas.
While quite on the outside, this technique resounds through the body.

About Crystal Bowls

The pure tones of crystal bowls carry through physical objects quite well. Due to the crystalline nature of the human body and it’s ability to resonate with specific frequencies, we can benefit greatly by these pure tones.

One reason the pure tones vibrate our body is that it has a natural affinity to quartz. The human body is composed of many crystalline substances, the bones, blood and DNA are crystalline in structure as well as the liquid crystal-colloidal structure of the brain. Even on a molecular level, our cells contain silica, which balances our electromagnetic energies, and this is the same substance found in quartz crystal.

About Tibetan Bowls

Also known as Singing Bowls, rin gongs, Himalayan bowls or suzu gongs, they are actually a type of inverted bell.  According to singing bowl researcher Joseph Feinstein, singing bowls were traditionally used in Asia and the tradition of making sound with bronze bowls could go back 3,000 or more years to the Bronze Age. Tibetan bowls are used worldwide for meditation, music, relaxation, personal well-being.