Amazing Singing Bowl Meditations to Try This Week

Singing Bowl Meditations

Do you listen to guided meditation tracks or singing bowl sound baths at home? At Silent Mind, singing bowls are more than meditation tools. Their song is the soundtrack to all daily activities.

It’s great to sit or lie down with the intention to meditate. Routine and discipline are essential to deepening practice. But singing bowls stand out for their ability to be enjoyed at any time. They always add their soothing, meditative quality to everything we do.

There’s nothing like a soft crystal singing bowl sound bath to quell anxiety and fear. This session is just over an hour long.

As the creators at Healing Vibrations say, “With so much pain and fear happening on a global scale right now, we feel it is more important than ever to create something that can help our hearts cope. So with this quarantine time, we wrote our own sound bath with love and heart stimulation as our intention and guide…We hope you can enjoy these waves as the rings stimulate our cells and allow our body to fully absorb the sounds that merge with our being.”

The artisans at Silent Mind create shiny new singing bowls using many traditional, even ancient, techniques. But we still know how to appreciate the otherworldly vibration of an antique bowl. In fact, many collectors who shop with us keep some truly special antique pieces in their collections as well.

Despite the age of the bowls, this two-hour track feels timeless. The creators, temple sounds, say, “All bowls are Antique Chakra notes and will impact through the subconscious mind to heal and rejuvenate as well as relax the body, mind, and soul.”

The sound of rain is calming for many of us, whether we need sleep or just a peaceful, slow-paced day. Nu Meditation Music’s rain and Tibetan singing bowl track clocks in at over nine hours, so you can enjoy a full day or night of gentle moving water and classic Tibetan bowls.

Their channel helpfully states, “Using Tibetan Singing Bowls for healing is based on the idea that all illness or disease is characterized by a hindrance to the flow of energy in the body. When energy flow is hindered, the organ or tissue in question stops vibrating at a healthy frequency, and thus it results in some kind of weakness or illness. The sound frequencies created by Tibetan Singing Bowls restore and optimize the flow of energy in the parts of the body where this is required.”

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