Tibetan singing bowls
By Patricia González
The spiritual life of humans is associated with sound through songs, mantras, prayers and the use of various instruments such as drums, cymbals, organs, flutes and many others.
But sounds are also part of our daily lives. In fact, we travel through a sea of sounds, which are so powerful that they can influence our health and mood without us realizing this on many occasions.
If we learn to listen to ourselves, we find that each one of us has within us sounds, and those sounds will change over time in relation to our health and/or our mood.
The Tibetan singing bowls originate in the Himalayas. They are made from a mixture of seven metals: gold, silver, mercury, copper, iron, tin and lead from recipes handed down in the familyies of makers.
The sounds the bowls make depend on physical factors such as its diameter, the proportions of the metals used, and the thickness and human factors such as the listeners’ mood or state of mind.
What do the harmonic sounds of Tibetan singing bowls do? Sound waves provide an invigorating massage stimulating the energy of life, promote rest and relaxation, help relieve insomnia, strengthen concentration, help strengthen the immune system, recommended in problems of stress, help to increase creativity, recommended in spinal problems, improve the sense of hearing, harmonize the breath, and generate a state of profound peace. When our body is able to be at peace, physiological processes can be developed more smoothly.
The sounds of Tibetan Bowls are offered by Xochitl Prado Renteria with over 10 years experience in the Alternative Therapies Center Yi-Shan in the city of Morelia, Michoacan and training courses in Mexico and Nepal.
Xochitl Prado Renteria offeres her very special program of using Tibetan singing bowls for healing as a fundraiser for the San Miguel Shambhala Center on Saturday, August 4, 2:30-5:00 pm. Donation: 300 pesos. Scholarships are available, please inquire early.
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