Music, Meditation and the Creative Process followed by a Dharma Jam

May 28th

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Room: 100 Taylor Street Suite A16 Nashville, TN 37208

Where does music come from? For a musician it seems to arise from space, from nowhere in particular.  For many musicians it truly does feel like a 'gift' because there is a sense that you don't personally own it, you simply discover it. 

Although modern culture may produce sounds that embody aggression and confusion, music from a Shambhala point of view embodies basic goodness, naturalness, confidence and openness.

On this evening we will discuss these qualities are expressed in music, how music is an expression of joining heaven and earth, the path of meditation and music and participate in a conversation regarding the process of making music in relation to our individual path in life.

We will then have our first Dharma Jam in our new space! Bring your instruments and your listening ears. 

RACHEL FARO is the founder and coordinator emeritus of the Miami Shambhala Meditation Group.  A close student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, she has been practicing, studying and teaching within the Tibetan Buddhist and Shambhala lineages for over thirty years.  She is also a well-known singer/songwriter, RCA recording artist, a Grammy-nominated record producer, film composer and the president of Ashe Records, a world music record label.