An immersive meditative listening experience with magnetic sound bath to calm the mind
Tranquil sounds from magnetic energy provide an immersive meditative listening experience for relaxation, contemplation, and clarity. Created by sound artist and creative technologist MJ Caselden, magnetic sound bath creates mantra-like vibrations that help you find deep states of rest.
The benefits of sound bath meditation have been reported to relax brain-wave patterns, lower heart rate, reduce stress and pain, and relieve anxiety, as reported in The New York Times. Participants of our sound baths have experienced deep relaxation that created an awareness of passing thoughts, memories, and visions.
During the meditation, participants will also enjoy a complimentary aromatherapy experience by Christina Daigneault, founder of Orchard Aromatherapy and co-author of forthcoming book, Plant-Powered Beauty (BenBella Books, 2018).
Magnetic Sound has grown to include collaboration with tech companies such as INTEL and has been featured in art and meditation spaces around the world, including the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Times Square Alliance.
About the Artist: MJ Caselden leads group listening rituals and workshops on innovative technology, and is exploring integration of meditative sound into healing arts and lifestyle. He has a diverse background in electronic music and technical design, and has training in electronics from the University of Southern California and New York University, and in sound design from Berklee College of Music. His academic endeavors included signal processing research at Tsinghua University in Beijing and at USC's Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI).
Caselden's artwork has received grants, support, or awards from the Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, Canon Inc., D.S. Solidworks Corp., Intel Inc., NEW INC, Mombucha Kombucha, The New York State Council on Arts, and the University of Southern California. His projects have been exhibited in the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Louisiana State University, and Times Square.
This event is part of a three-month wellness series presented at Blender Workspace, a boutique workspace for established professionals.