Master Healing 11 inches Blessed Dim Singing Bowl From Nepal Tibetan Singing Bowl From Nepal-Healing-Yoga-Blessed from Monk
The bowl is 11 inches diameter and blessed by the monk from the monastery. Mallet and cushion free. Spirituality means different things to different people. For some, it’s primarily about a belief in god and active participation in organized religion. For others, it’s about non-religious experiences that help them get in touch with their spiritual selves through quiet reflection, time in nature, private prayer, yoga, or meditation. Many people identify as spiritual but not religious: with a few exceptions, the percentage of adults who identify as religious in many industrialized countries is declining, while remaining generally high in less developed nations. Even as religious affiliation decreases, though, a sense of spiritual identification could remain steady or even increase. Many cultures recognize and use sound and vibration to achieve balance in the body to facilitate profound energy and spiritual healing. Tibetan monks use bells, chimes, bowls, and chants. The tibetan system of energy healing addresses illness in the etheric or spiritual field, knowing the energy will result in healing the physical body. Shamans sing songs and use repetitive sounds from drums, bells, whistles, and didjeridoos to address imbalances in body and spirit. The tones and vibrations produce a stable, consistent stream of energy that raises the body’s vibrational frequency, enhancing its natural systemic functions for improved physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Ancient tibetan singing bowls, such as the ones i use, are hundreds of years old and come from various regions within the himalayas: tibet, bhutan, nepal. These bowls are handcrafted from seven metals lead, tin, iron, gold, copper, mercury, silver and are imbued with prayers and mantras with the intention of energy healing. I use the tibetan singing bowls for energy healing, chakra balancing, and in soul retrievals. This system of healing was taught to me by my nepalese teacher, shree krishna shahi, who was the first person in the kathmandu valley of nepal to use ancient tibetan singing bowls for healing. He learned this from his adopted tibetan grandfather who was a powerful shaman, tashi lama. The ancient tibetan singing bowls use a specific set of notes for each chakra and also draw upon the healing energies of the seven metals and seven planets. Each bowl is struck, with open palm or striker, to emit a note that resonates with each chakra. The sound enters the body, through a specific series of notes, and the vibration cleanses and aligns the chakras. This results in a fluid and balanced energy field for an individual that facilitates profound healing on the physical, emotional, and spiritual level. This item is made of rosewood and silk, seven metals.