Tibetan Singing Bowl Sounds
The sound of a bowl ringing is related to a bell or gong – there is an ongoing, echoing vibration which is optimized to match the body’s anatomy. Study after study shows that our bodies react to sound in ways we have barely begun to understand. For example, low bass thumps can be “felt” rather than “heard” and can lead to sensations of anxiety and doom. High-frequency sounds have been shown to impact the brain even when the listener can’t hear them. Complex, multi-layered sounds such as in resonating instruments draw the brain into activating and engaging more fully.
Our brains are hard-wired to react on instinct to many types of sounds. The cry of a baby is carefully designed to draw quick, full attention. Similarly, other types of sounds bring the listener into a state of calm, rich awareness. Over the centuries, the Tibetan singing bowls have become optimized to engage with the brain at that rich level.
Benefits of the Tibetan Singing Bowl
We sometimes can think of stress or anxiety as a mild inconvenience. Something which can be solved with a pint of ice cream or a feel-good movie. But stress and anxiety should be taken seriously as health situations. Stress and anxiety both involve physical actions in the body – the release of chemicals and hormones which then impact all aspects from head to toe.
By reducing that stress and anxiety in a natural, core-level manner, we then:
- Naturally lower blood pressure
- Improve and deepen sleep
- Reduce inflammation and swelling
- Increase focus and concentration
- Ease depression
- Bring greater relaxation and compassion
- Benefit our energy levels
Investing in time with a Tibetan singing bowl is non-invasive, natural, and proven to work by scientific studies. It brings a wealth of benefits and is enjoyable as well.
Give a Tibetan singing bowl experience a try. You’ll wonder why you waited so long to start!