The Dari Rasa Trunk Show has NEVER been so full of so many amazing treasures.
There is simply too much to list, but the available items are surely a feast for your eyes. Dari Rasa is so excited to share these amazing goodies with YOU YOU YOU Bozeman! The Trunk Show is comprised of a collection of wordly treasures and offers a singing bowl meditation every Tuesday at 6pm. Donations given at these meditations go to support the Bowls for Elephants Fundraiser. Sound Healing is a vibrational energy modality used to bring about balance of our physical, spiritual, and emotional bodies. The human body is made up of electromagnetic vibrations. “Each atom and element of the body, each organ and organism” responds to vibrations (Edgar Cayce, 1928). These vibrational patterns influence our well being on many levels. Each atom has its own frequency. Vibrating “out of sync” can manifest as dis-ease. Sound work helps release “stuck” patterns. Sound work increases the positive charge in cells, which promotes normal cellular division. Sound work alters neurotransmitter patterns of all five senses. Our natural frequencies drop as we age, or when we become ill. Sound work boosts our vibrational frequencies. Through the use of vibrational energy medicine, sound therapy, and other subtle energy treatments, we can enhance the positive resonance of our body, mind, and spirit. The intention of the practitioner is to provide the opportunity for the client to relax into the sounds so that the sound becomes the “carrier wave” upon which their own healing intentions ride. Crystal Bowls emit photons, just like the sun, so we receive the same benefit without the harmful rays. Dari Rasa offers sessions that include the use of Classic Frosted Bowls, Tibetan Singing Bowls, and Alchemy Bowls. Personal sessions include a personal eye pillow and Coconut Water. Cost per session is $60. To schedule a session, contact Dari Rasa at (406) 582-0166. Please call at least a week in advance to book your appointment. Dari Rasa is located at 132 East Main Street in the beautiful downtown of Bozeman, Montana. •