Mar 19, 2013

Why not try ringing some bowls?

Just read this book:  Massaggio Sonoro con le Campane Tibetane + CD Audio by mauro pedone
A singing bowl is also called "metta".......

Tibetan Sonar massage...“Singing bowls” are placed on different parts of your body and emit gentle vibrations, transmitting sound waves throughout the body. The waves permeate deep into the tissue and organs and thus delicately massage the cells, acting from the inside on all the cells. All blockages and tensions are thus eliminated, enabling energy to flow freely throughout the body.

Tibetan Singing Bowls----About Tibetan Singing Bowls----Sound healing has been practiced for as long as there have been healers. Sound or vibration is fundamental to our bodies and our universe. More than one of the great religions state that the world began with a sound or the word----

Himalayan Singing Bowls,The sounds of these bowls touch a 'still place' within. Sometimes this becalming sound flows with such exquisite softness, it can bring one to tears---- 

"Sound and Silence"   excerpt from  "The Healing Forces of Music "   by Randall McClellan Ph.D.

The Kybalion: Hermetic Philosophy 

The ganesha mudra is associated with the heart. As you do this practice, tensing and releasing the muscles of the chest, you stimulate the heart energy and release blockages in the lungs.----

Raymond Murray Schafer (born 18 July 1933) is a Canadian composer, writer, music educator and environmentalist perhaps best known for his World Soundscape Project, concern for acoustic ecology, and his book The Tuning of the World (1977).

Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation Mp3 Download---

Below is compilations of all the Buddhist Sutras from A to Z.  To view an individual sutra, please scroll further down.
tsubo (つぼ?)  

Do-It-Yourself Shiatsu: How to Perform the Ancient Japanese Art of Acupressure--



Alfred Tomatis---Gérard Depardieu, Sting and Maria Callas all used the Tomatis Method---

The Tomatis Method uses recordings by Mozart and Gregorian Chant as well as of the patient's mother's voice. Tomatis' use of Mozart is not to be confused with so-called Mozart Effect popularized by American author and music researcher Don Campbell. Although Tomatis coined the phrase, his sense is in not directly related to claims that listening to Mozart increases intelligence, for example.



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