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Sublime Sound: Sound Healing Ceremony

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Central Library in Copley Square


We invite you to embark on a transformative journey—a 45-minute sound healing ceremony using the ethereal tones of crystal bowls. As you settle into a cozy spot, the air hums with anticipation. Please join us for a relaxing sound healing experience using crystal singing bowls. Each bowl, meticulously crafted from pure quartz, emits a distinct frequency that harmonizes with different energy centers in your body.

Scientifically, sound healing operates on the principle of resonance, where the vibrations of the crystal bowls interact with your body's energy field, promoting a sense of balance and alignment. The tones produced by these bowls synchronize with the frequencies of your cells, promoting relaxation, reducing stress, encouraging a meditative state and inviting a sense of peace that lingers long after the ceremony concludes.

Throughout the session, the soothing vibrations from the crystal bowls will create an immersive experience, inviting you to surrender to the healing power of sound. As the final notes gently fade away, you will emerge from this sonic cocoon feeling refreshed, revitalized, and deeply attuned to the harmony resonating within you.

Joshua Rosenthal is a veteran of both the world of startups and the military, having served in the Army National Guard for 14 years and in startups for 8. He is not only the BPL Chief of Operations, but a sound healer and somatic coach. After his second overseas deployment, he became a certified sound healer and began working with veterans to help them heal. His work in men's groups and 1:1, helps men break down their conditioning, connect to their essence, and build deeper, healthier relationships. Josh’s approach bridges the gap between ancient practices and modern science, encouraging those he works with to trust the process while deepening their connection to their truth, purpose and mission.

Registration is not required; instead, seating is first come, first served. We plan to open doors 15 minutes in advance of the program.

Accessibility Notice: We strive to make our events accessible. To request a disability accommodation and/or language services, please contact the Adult Programs Department at or 617-859-2129.
Please allow at least two weeks to arrange for accommodations.

Programming like this is enabled through the generosity of a variety of public and private funding. To learn more and support our programming, visit the Boston Public Library Fund website.

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Older Adults
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