Guided Magnetic Sound Bath- Thursday, June 1, 7-8pm

Magnetic Sound Bath is a meditative listening experience created by artist and inventor MJ Caselden. Participants are invited to lay back and listen as they are immersed in a wash of tranquil sounds. Soft sounds create a haven from the sensory stimuli of an active life, allowing participants to relax and self-reflect.


The experience uses new technology invented by Caselden: varying magnetic fields induce vibrations in metal and wood to produce sound. resonance creates repetitive, mantra-like sounds conducive to deep listening and meditation.


The project has grown to include collaboration with tech companies such as Intel, and been featured in art and meditation spaces around the country including the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and The Times Square Alliance.

This event is free and open to the public, but we do ask that you RSVP here.


For more information about the Magnetic Sound project, visit:


**Participants encouraged to bring yoga mats, pillows, blankets; anything to facilitate comfort on the open gallery floor space. Please arrive 15 minutes early.**


This event is free and open to the public, but we do ask that you RSVP here.

The event will be held at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery on Thursday, June 1st from 7-8pm

141 Green St, Jamaica Plain

Located inside the Green Street T Station on the Orange Line