Tibetan Singing Bowls
December 3rd, 2011 by Aldouspi

Tibetan Singing Bowls

Article by Greg Culver

Buddhist monks in Tibet use bowls in to aid in their meditation. The monks use the bowls for a variety of purposes. It is, in fact, one of their few possessions. When they travel, they take the bowl with them and use it for eating, begging, drinking and any other practical application that comes to their minds. When used in meditation, the monks balance the bowl on the palm of their hands and draw a spoon or stick around the rim. This activity produces a soft, deep and mellow humming tone. This is much like what is done with the rim of a glass and a damp finger.

The Tibetan singing bowl assists in getting you into that deeper state of meditation. As it is, meditation allows you to fully relax your mind and body. This process also gives you an equivalent of 2 hours of sleep per hour spent meditating. Another advantage of meditation is that it removes the stresses of the day from your system. With the use of the Tibetan singing bowl as an aid for meditation, it is believed you can access different energies or chakras that can heal and balance your body.

Although the Tibetan singing bowl is traditionally made of copper, and the size of a moderately large soup bowl, the resonant qualities of the shape have led people to make them in many different sizes and of many different materials. Some bowls are made of crystal. Some people claim that these singing bowls have unique healing properties and the ability to tap in to different chakras. Every few seconds, the sounds of the bowl would cancel out only build to a spectacular crescendo and then to cancel out again.

Those of you into mediation need a focus to get into that meditative state. A good way to do this is by focusing on a tone. If it does have healing properties as some people say, then it would not only be an aid, but also a beneficial tool. In addition, the fact that it helps in accessing different energy centers and increasing your level of consciousness, this bowl has definitely more to it than being used as a plate or beggar's bowl.

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