Viennese self-care and performance strategist, speaker and author, 7om Powers, will confer and perform a major and profound musical performance and speech about self-healing and how music can be used as a therapy to reduce stress and heal oneself.
By Shadi Absi
The premiere of this unique event titled “Walk of Life – The Healing Experience of Music,” will take place this Saturday at the Donald R. Wright Auditorium – Pasadena Central Library.
7om Powers (Robert Eberl) conveys his important message through music that’s used for energy transmission (click here for samples).
When 7om was seriously ill of chronic conditions, he used music as a way to activate his self-healing power and help him bypass the mental barriers that prevent self-healing. His story is an example of how the unique power of music can address chakras, nerves, and the body’s energy field to ultimately support listeners in lowering stress, and calming the mind.
Dignitaries and celebrity guests are expected at the premiere of “Walk of Life – The Healing Experience of Music,” including Terry Tornek, Mayor of Pasadena, and Clay Drayton, songwriter and arranger on Diana Ross’s certified gold record, and the Consul General of Austria.
Tickets are priced at $34 (back), $49 (middle) which include 7om’s upcoming CD, and $97 (front), which includes 7om’s upcoming CD and the official event wall art. Ticket proceeds from the premiere will benefit Franklin Magnet School | Foreign Language Academy of Glendale. Tickets can also be purchased at the Donald R. Wright Auditorium – Pasadena Central Library at the day of the event. Seating is limited.
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