Amazing Grace Spiritual Center will bring an event entitled 333 Tibetan Bowls to Seattle on Friday, Sept. 9 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Presented by author, radio host and spiritual counselor Mark Peebler, the evening involves the audience being surrounded by 333 Tibetan singing bowls rung by up to 19 bowl ringers, and the experience includes the use of guided meditations and essential oils to heal and transform. Singing bowls are available for purchase at the end of the meditation, and a portion of the proceeds go to Nepal Earthquake relief. The 333 Tibetan-style singing bowls used in this immersive experience are made in Gilung Village in Nepal, and Peebler has throughout the tour kept his promise to send the village artisans $7,000 a month from sales of the bowls to help them recover from the recent devastating earthquake. Mark Peebler, known as “Dr. Dream,” is a faculty member at Kensington College in Santa Ana, Calif., and an author, spiritual counselor and radio host. In addition to his work as an intuitive counselor and as an empowerment coach, Dr. Dream also engages in healing work in various disciplines, including guided visualizations, reiki and essential oils. Amazing Grace Spiritual Center is delighted to have the opportunity be the Seattle stop on the national tour of 333 Tibetan Bowls, according to organizers, who note the center’s 107 year old sanctuary, with a 22 foot ceiling and natural acoustics is the perfect venue for the healing, meditative experience.