Nimisha Shankar to host Chakra Harmonising Raagas on 26th July at India Habitat Centre
The tour is intended to throw light on the therapeutic power of Indian classical music. Raagas are designed to help activate specific chakras, which allows the Kundalini energy to rise easily and energize and nourish the chakra.
Noted music therapist, Nimisha Shankar will be hosting Chakra Harmonising Raagas on 26th July at India Habitat Centre.
Raised in Bihar, her appetite for musical adventures takes her all over the globe. A unique voice in an astounding range of musical contexts, exploring and redefining divergent traditions. She studied the techniques and repertoires of the classical Indian music, following the teaching of her mother. She investigated also about the folk repertoires in North Indi, doing personal research.
Raagas influence the chakra to maintain its optimum spin and balance, ensuring a balanced energy supply to different organs that are connected to the specific chakra. Using the 7 notes for 7 chakras of our body, we can align the frequencies of the chakras. This balance restores the natural qualities of the chakras.
The performance is designed with mystical sounds, whirling and whooshing of the synths that take you away while classical raagas will hold you few inches off the ground, floating away on a cloud of relaxation. Visuals story by Silent sage; there is simplicity in the purpose yet the idea of creating a unique experience of bringing two different mediums together through these two artists is a complex combination of emotions and textures packaged into one bundle for you to unfold and absorb.
The tour is intended to throw light on the therapeutic power of Indian classical music. We all are aware of the role played by music on our senses in general. Thus, rich musical traditional of raagas is a combination of both aesthetic and spirituality. Raagas are designed to help activate specific chakras, which allows the Kundalini energy to rise easily and energize and nourish the chakra.
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