Didgeridoo Meditation provides sound healing. This benefits the entire World, four times a year.
- What is a Didgeridoo?
- What is Didgeridoo Sound Healing Meditation?
- How Does One Play the Didgeridoo?
- Can anyone join you?
2019 World Didgeridoo Sound Healing Meditation Event
Didgeridoo Meditation is a sound healing, spiritual soothing concept. Don’t miss this event. Therefore, let’s get together for the Winter Equinox on December 22, 2019. This will be the next Worldwide Didgeridoo Sound Healing Meditation. In conclusion, it is sponsored by the Didjshop.
The didgeridoo belongs to the class of musical instruments known as lip-reed aerophones. For instance, “Aerophones” like the didgeridoo, produces sound with a vibrating column of air. In addition, “lip-reed” because the reed that vibrates the air column is the player’s lip. Above all, other instruments that belong to the lip-reed aerophone class include bugle, trumpet, trombone, tuba, alpenhorn, and so on.
What is Didgeridoo Sound Healing Meditation?
Everyone starts playing their didgeridoos at their local sunset time for 45 minutes. Similarly, together we will create a wave of the didgeridoo sound. In addition, this is followed by 15 minutes of silence circling the world. Participants can either play the didgeridoo or other meditative instruments. In conclusion, one can simply listen to didgeridoo music.
How Does One Play the Didgeridoo?
First, by using circular breathing. Secondly, the didgeridoo player can produce a sound of potentially infinite duration. Skilled didgeridoo players can produce a single sustained drone for several minutes at a time. Click this link for an explanation showing Circular breathing is a breath technique. Similarly, it enables the player to sustain a note without pausing to take a breath. Therefore, it is not exclusive to the didgeridoo. Circular breathing is known to many clarinet, saxophone, and other wind musicians. Whereas, circular breathing is an advanced option for many clarinet and saxophone players. Above all, it is a mandatory basic skill for didgeridoo musicians.
Can anyone join you?
If you should decide to join us in Michigan, then please submit your contact information to:
The Winter Equinox is approaching very quickly. The date to watch is December 22, 2019 at sunset in your local time zone. If you can’t make it, then send us a free “greeting card”. Complements of the Didjshop site at https://www.didjshop.com/shop1/greetingcards.php. This will let us know that you were thinking of us. In conclusion, this means that you could be in any part of the world to participate.
A Word from His Holiness, The 14th Dalai Lama Of Tibet
“If you think small things don’t matter, for instance, try spending the night in a room with a mosquito.”
–Tenzin Gyatso, a.k.a. the Dalai Lama.