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MindTravel Underwater: Floating Meditation + Live Concert
July 29, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm PDT
MindTravel brings its all-new underwater music experience to Los Angeles on Sunday, July 29th at the Olympic-sized pool at The Plunge in Culver City.
This immersive concert allows you to float weightlessly in the water as Murray’s real-time compositions are amplified through high-end underwater speakers from Lubell Labs. MindTravelers can float close to the surface using pool noodles or can swim and dance underwater as the music plays. All-the-while, you get to enjoy a journey into the realm of your subconscious mind while experiencing new levels of reflection and rejuvenation through this immersive experience.
CLICK HERE to watch our MindTravel Underwater Video.
Recommendations for this event:
- Bathing suit (required)
- Towel (required)
- Wetsuit (purchase an early-bird ticket and we’ll bring a wetsuit for you!)
Do I really need a wetsuit? YES! Pool temperatures are lower than your body temperature so a wetsuit will keep you nice and cozy during the experience.
What People Are Saying
“The incredible underwater experience of surrendering to the flow of life and universal consciousness. This blew my mind in the most profoundly peaceful way. “ – @Stephaniehirschart
“MindTravel is an amazing introduction to meditation as it takes the traveler on a specific journey. It is also perfect for the experienced meditator as a way to enhance and deepen one’s own practice. In short, MindTravel is for anyone!” – Sara Ivanhoe, MA Yoga Philosophy
–More About MindTravel
The music is a personification of our universal experience. Elegant yet aspirational. It satisfies our deepest needs while raising us to our highest sense of self. Composer and pianist Murray Hidary is the creator of MindTravel. His post-minimalist, improvisational, real-time compositions with the piano and art installations are inspired by mystical traditions and theoretical physics. It is an exploration in translating music into our daily thoughts, words, and actions. To carry forward the lessons of music into our lives. To live in harmony, clarity, and rhythm.