Tibetan Singing Bowls

Tibetan bowl of bronze
multi harmonic frequencies
generate balance,
relaxation and healing. 

Listen with your soul
as the reverberation
takes you on a journey
through timelessness. 

Change your awareness
through sound and the
waves of sacred tones
of the ancient singing bowl.

 

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  1. I just had to share this: As I turned up the volume to listen to the singing bowl, my cat Sita came into the office and sat down next to my chair. I closed my eyes while listening for a short while–wow–and then opened them and looked at her and said “pretty cool, huh?” She looked back and said, “wow!”

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  2. This is awesome, Gayle. I love the Tibetan singing bowls and the story about your cat is so cool. They are so perceptive of energy. I have a friend who does Reiki and her cat’s response is amazing.

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    • I love those bowls too and apparently Sita was attracted to that sound too–I wonder what she felt?! I remember you mentioning your Reiki friend’s cat before–they have super sensitive nervous systems and psyches don’t they. Sita and I both have had Reiki sessions–mostly long distance though.

      So glad you liked this, Victoria–thanks.

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  3. I was surprised. Thanks for sharing the experience.

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  4. I love the sound of the Tibetan singing bowls and your poem captures their mystical power perfectly.

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  5. I love the sounds of these. I had a little fountain with bells traveling around in the water and hitting the sound element once in awhile. It was relaxing and peaceful. Your poem does not disappoint. I have felt what you share through your words. Thank you for the video.

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    • Me too. I’ve seen those fountains with the bells–very beautiful. I wanted to find a nice representation of what they sound like to go with my poem. I love the simple ritual of how the bowl was played in this video. So very happy that you enjoyed it, Leslie.

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  6. beautiful. i wish i could hear one.

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    • Trisha, you can’t see the video I posted here? I wanted people to hear what they sound like–it really is amazing. I wish you could hear it too.

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  7. this is truly beautiful! perfect timing too as it’s now noon and i stayed up all night writing. {smile} thank you for sharing ~ your words were the perfect introduction. ♥

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    • Well, I’m glad that this was something that you came across this afternoon after being up all night (wow!). It is pretty powerful don’t you think?

      Maybe you can go have a nice nap now… :)

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  8. What a great poem and a nice video to go with. Love Tibetan Bowls. Unfortunately the best seem out-of-range in terms of price. I would be wonderful to have one though given the shift that always happens, but one can use your video. Thanks for that and for the very fine poem. I like it.

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    • I have priced them too–even the very small ones can be quite pricey.

      I put this video to good use–it works very well–especially with the little hand bells to start the “singing”. I’m glad you liked both video and poem–thank you, Jamie.

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  9. Beautiful!

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  10. wise words.
    bless you.

    :)

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  11. Thank you for sharing this, Gayle! The bowl in the video was a bit too intense for my tastes – I prefer the deeper tones. But they are truly amazing, nonetheless. I have a friend who has a CD called “The Splendor of Meditation” which has the bowls accompanied by rain and waterfalls. It is the *perfect* background for meditating! I think they strike a resonance deep inside the soul. Thanks again for sharing! :)

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    • Yes, I agree, it was intense for me too. Yes, they are used for raising the vibration in your body and can bring about healing and higher awareness. Very cool. Your friend’s CD sounds very relaxing.

      A yoga teacher I had years ago used to play a gong after class as we relaxed on our backs–sometimes the sound would just about make me blast out of my body! Very powerful…

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  12. I can hear it now.

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    • There’s a short video of how one sounds if you’d really like to hear it. :) They are so cool.

      Thanks for your visit, Richard.

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  13. i have a bronze mortal and pistol and i think they are magical together

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