This Valentine’s Day, you want to be able to show your loved ones how much you really care: that you respect, appreciate and cherish them with all your heart. So, why not do that same thing for your planet? Keep sharing the love the day after Valentine’s Day at the 11th annual World Sound Healing Day, incarnated locally as “A Sonic Valentine for the Earth” at Grace Episcopal Church.
Participants will join in creating AH sounds (a universal, non-denominational heart sound) with standout musicians, sound healers and other audiences in attempt to heal our planet, heal our waters and raise consciousness throughout the world. Created by sound pioneer Jonathan Goldman, the World Sound Healing Day and AH sounds have been labeled the “new yoga,” positively affecting the mind, body and soul while conveying healing and rejuvenation powers to our planet. Let’s show Mother Earth some love by sending her a sonic valentine. Contact Audrey Causilla at 513-374-1783 for more information. $10 suggested donation. 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15. Grace Episcopal Church, 5501 Hamilton Ave., College Hill.
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