Cultivating the mindful spirit with sound (lecture)

Lecture as single video • 45 min
+ bonus material (subsequent discussion – 1 mindfulness exercise with sound)
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About this lecture

A lot of scientific research is currently investigating the positive effects of mindfulness, opening up a broad field in which science and spirituality intersect. This lecture explains the basic ideas of practicing mindfulness and meditation, which have their origins primarily in Buddhism.

Since working with sound is inherently characterized by a high degree of mindfulness, there is a close connection to hearing and sound. The sounds can quickly bring us into a conscious awareness, also helping us to be more present, e.g. during a sound massage. Thus, the sounds of singing bowls and gongs are very well-suited to support practicing mindfulness and meditation. Scientific and philosophical backgrounds are also part of the lecture, as are some simple practical exercises.

Further information

3 reasons to buy this lecture

  1. You will gain valuable insights into the basic ideas of mindfulness practice and meditation, with which you can enrich your life and fill it with more serenity and joy.
  2. The selected sound exercises invite you to participate, so that what you have experienced can be experienced directly.
  3. A great gift for anyone who wants to live their life mindfully, consciously and freely!

About the speaker

Peter Gabis

Peter Gabis studied jazz drumming and pedagogy in Vienna and New York. He looks back on years of international concerts and workshop activity and can be heard on numerous CD productions. He has completed training as a Peter Hess® sound pedagogue, as a dialogue process facilitator and since 2005 he has been an authorized instructor for Peter Hess® sound massage in Austria.. He teaches jazz drumming, rhythmics, percussion, as well as mindfulness and meditation at the Jammusiclab University in Vienna. Peter Gabis has been working with meditative sound spaces for 20 years and is currently enrolled in the master’s program “Mindfulness in Education, Counseling and Health Care” at the Vienna University of Education (KPH).

Participants' voices


“Thank you, Peter, for this wonderful lecture. It makes clear how well both methods complement each other and how sound can be wonderfully used as an object of mindfulness."


Umsatzsteuerbefreit gemäß UStG §19
Discount code for members of the professional association