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Sounds of the World- Sound Journey celebrating the Human Spirit

  • Soul Centre 18 Huia Road Auckland, Auckland, 0604 New Zealand (map)

Experience the unifying and healing power of music with traditional chants from around the world!

Relaxation | Inspiration | Unity.

Valentina and Jason will facilitate a ‘Sounds from the World’ journey, where you will be able to relax and be bathed by gentle, inspirational music from different traditions.

Gathering from elements from The Andes, Afro Brazilian Orishas, Sri Lanka, Ancient Sanskrit, Celtic traditions, among others, Valentina and Jason will lead you through inner and outer landscapes of passion, inspiration, emotion, insight, stillness and, above all, connection. Connection to our universal human soul, our shared heart, the one that understands any language and transcends any geographical barrier.

Come and experience our shared humanity through heart-moving melodies and harmonies. Come and celebrate the richness of the human soul.

Join us and let your voice sing, if it wishes to do so. This will be a safe space for your own vocal exploration - if you feel your voice wants to join and sing, hum, laugh or cry, this is the place to unlock it. This will be gently encouraged through Kirtan-style chanting.
Sweet and Powerful songs from around the world, for your soul. Our soul.

We cannot wait to see you there!
There will be mats, cushions and blankets available, but feel free to bring your own. Tea will be available.

Due to the nature of this gathering, it will be a child-free event.
Saturday the 24th - 19:00 - 21:00
Entry: $25 pp (DOOR SALES ONLY)
* Limited spaces available *

About us:
Originally from Chile, Valentina is a singer, actor and anthropologist. She is on a mission to collect and learn from traditional music from around the world to heal and celebrate humankind. She currently volunteers at Soul.
Jason is a singer, songwriter and producer. Having explored urban Latin and Caribbean genres, Jason is now experimenting with sound Sri Lankan folk music