Singing Bowls: A Practical Handbook of Instruction and Use

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Binkey Kok Publications, 1993 - Fiction - 95 pages
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There is nothing in the world that does not speak to us. Everything and everybody reveals their own nature, character and secrets continuously, The more we open our inner senses, the more we can understand the voice of everything. Singing bowl is one of the ritual objects of tibetan. It has therapeutic value as well. This book imparts information on the use of sound in meditation, healing and prayer. This book explains the himalayan bowls and the special sounds they make, called sound message. The author discusses the meeting between East and West, sacrificial dishes, how the bowls work, synchronization and inner message, shamanism and brainwaves and practical instruction for working with these sounds. The mysteries explained here are a wonderful overview if you want to open your heart and mind to the value of this phenomenon.

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Have truly enjoyed this book that explains the origin and use of the singing bowls I have already bought and given as gifts. A real treasure when combined with various singing bowls available on Overstock. I highly recommend it. MikeK Read full review


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How Singing Bowls Work

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