**CANCELLED FOR INCLEMENT-WEATHER 😔 - if you already bought your ticket, you'll have received a message from Eventbrite indicating you can get a refund, or apply it to a future meditative walk at a date tbd** Sorry about this occasion, and we'll see you at the next Mindvalley NY event!
Don a few layers, grab a blanket or yoga mat and your thermos of hot tea, and come to northern Central Park for this really cool, beautiful, sensory, meditative event (and autumnal picnic).
Get your ticket and full info here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mindtravel-live-to-headphones-silent-piano-journey-in-central-park-tickets-425425026707?fbclid=PAAaZNuAyTtcmOMHVoPJ_jSDsxQUyQs9hR5UBeL7UOVmZOkVcI0wlJF-bJTTE&external_browser_redirect=true
We'll meet/gather at 5pm, set up and get our headphones. The event starts at 5:30.
MindTravel returns to the heart of New York City with a Live-to-Headphones 'Silent' Piano experience on the Great Hill in Central Park.
Reserve your headphones and get ready for a magical journey as Murray Hidary's real-time compositions are beamed directly into your mind while you kick back and take in your surroundings.
Bring your favorite blanket and a picnic to share with friends, and be ready to let your mind wander and explore while surrounded by the exciting energy of New York City. A perfect way to relax before continuing into the evening.
**Headphones are limited so be sure to reserve yours today!**
MindTravel Live-to-Headphones 'Silent' Piano Experience on Santa Monica Beach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjb3L1WtV-s
Welcome to MindTravel: An Immersive Music Journey from Composer & Pianist Murray Hidary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vplAaZv7elo
More About MindTravel
Created by composer and pianist Murray Hidary, MindTravel is an immersive musical journey designed to foster inspiration and awakening. Music is the language of emotion. It’s universal. And through musical experiences spanning the globe – from the deserts of the Middle East to the ice of Antarctica and everywhere in between – MindTravel seeks to remind us of that which is ever-present but often un-felt: Connection. Connection to ourselves, connection to Nature, and of course, connection to our common humanity.