“For most of us, there is only the unattended
Moment, the moment in and out of time,
The distraction fit lost in a shaft of sunlight,
The wild thyme unseen, or the winter lightning
Or the waterfall, or music heard so deeply
That it is not heard at all, but you are the music.”
Sound healing has been used for thousands of years in various cultures. In India, they use sacred mantras are used to induce deep meditation states.
Sound healing such as Tibetan singing bowls is being used to heal emotional and physical illness.
Using vibrations and frequencies through sounds can help you get pass negative energy that keep you blocked spiritually and it can help you move on toward the energetic filtration system so that the stuck energy can be recycled back into our life force.
Taking the time to engage with sound healing on a daily basis allows you to find and enter a state of “flow” in which you can truly enter a state of meditation and absorb yourself into the moment.
Any instrument can help us find our state of “Flow” and a state of meditation / healing.
But the following sound healing instruments have been used for millennia
1. Himalayan Singing Bowls
Singing bowls are most commonly known to be used in yoga practices, personal rituals or sound therapy.
They are perhaps the most popular sound healing instrument.
They are used in many ways, one of them at the start and at the end of each silent meditation practice, like a portal opening and closing.
2. Bell Wind Chimes
Although not technically an instrument you play yourself, but those wind bells play a significant role in various rituals.
In Buddhism, they are thought to attract peaceful spirits while protecting from evil forces.
Wind chimes can make you feel a spontaneous sense of connection with nature and life.
3. Dorje meditation Bell
You can simply ring the bell to hear the sound or hit it with a wooden mallet.
“Dorje” means thunderbolt in Tibetan because it’s like a shock of electricity that surges through your consciousness.
The bell purpose is to awaken you in the present moment, to make you become aware and to quiet your mind.
4. Tibetan Tingsha Cymbals
Tingsha crystals are used in ritual practices to establish harmony with the environment and natural spirit.
The crystals create and very beautiful sound especially during chanting.
They can relax you, connect you with your-self and nature. And focus on them to go into a deep