Tibetan monks use these small cymbals called tingsha, which are struck to mark the beginning and end of a period of meditation. The two rods are purposely tuned to nearly –but not quite –the same pitch. When both are struck at the same time, an acoustical phenomenon known as “beating” is produced.
This beautiful singing bowl is crafted in Nepal and are used for yoga, meditation and spiritual healing. The sound and vibrations promote a calming state. It includes a wooden striker as well as a decorative pillow cushion. The sound from Tibetan Singing Bowls entrain the brain to move into the Theta brain wave frequencies that induce deep […]