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History of Tibetan Singing Bowls

Tibetan Singing Bowls Tibetan singing bowls are very ancient instruments connected to the Buddhist and Taoist traditions of Tibet and China. They are like bells except for the fact that they are held “upside down”, with the open edge facing up. The size can range from 8-10 cm to around 60. The traditional way of...

Tibetan Singing Bowl Sound Healing

Sound healing is an ancient system that stretches back to the far reaches of human history. Humanity’s belief in sound as a creative force is as old as time. Creation myths stretch across the world and although their stories may differ, what often binds them together is the theme of therapeutic sound. In ancient Indian...

Agni Chakra known as third eye vocal tones

To support those interested in vocal toning with Sound Healing for Chakras. Over the past six days I have shared info on each chakra. If you have missed any please let me know and I will forward them on, kindness and love, Melody 

Muladhara Base Chakra Sound for Healing

Release fears and uncertainly by repeating the “uuh” sound focusing on the base of your spine, visualizing the color redas you surrender the exhalation breathing out any feelings ofinsecurity, uncertainty, fear of the future. For further information: Please visit:

Tibetan Singing Bowls Can Help Heal

Tibetan Singing Bowls Can Help Heal Benefits of Tibetan Singing Bowls: 1. The Tibetan Singing Bowls can take you to a deep state of relaxation and serenity. 2. The bowls can change the energy of the surrounding environment and ourselves. It is an essential tool for space and aura cleansing. 3. The sound and the...

Mantras For Chakras

In Anatomy of the Spirit (1996), Caroline Myss describes the function of chakras as follows: “Every thought and experience you’ve ever had in your life gets filtered through these chakra databases. Each event is recorded into your cells…”.[80] The chakras are described as being aligned in an ascending column from the base of the spine to the top of the head.  In...

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