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Om’Mok’s Didgeridoo Sound Healing Journey is an opportunity to soak in the deep cellular cleansing and spiritually transportive vibrations of the didgeridoo, an ancient and magical instrument. Participants lie down comfortably on a carpeted floor while the didgeridoo is played over their bodies for approximatley one hour, energizing cellular processes and unlocking the deeper mysteries of the soul. Please bring a pad/blanket and/or pillow.

Om’Mok will be the guest speaker at A Spiritual Center’s Sunday Service; phone 963-5516.

To schedule a private session with Om’Mok, or if you have any questions, call Hika at 963-8235.

Dr. Art Mathias, of Wellspring Ministries, Anchorage, Alaska, has discovered connections between one’s spiritual, emotional and physical well-being. Combining his personal experiences, Biblical insight and findings from medical and psychological research, he will teach how to detect and gain freedom from unhealthy conditions.

No charge, an offering will be received each evening. Call 963-8773 for information or churchatcarbondale.com.

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