Tibetan bells have been used by teachers for years in Tibet and Nepal. Thanks to their harmonic sounds, they accompany meditations and/or healings, cleaning, prayers, sacred offerings to all beings, to open and close sacred ceremonies. With them you can have a greater connection with yourself and your teachers when performing your sacred ceremonies.
Includes: Rubbing stick. DOES NOT INCLUDE DORJE.
Materiality: Acoustic Bronze.
Diameter: 9.4 cm
Height: 20.7 cm
Bells are used for Tibetan meditations and healing, but are also used in temples and to call Angels.
The pure and relaxing vibrations created by the bells are used to increase positive energy, restore harmony and balance. Bells are often rung before prayer and meditation, to clear the mind of worldly affairs and dissipate stress and tension.
The effect of the subtle vibration of the bell is perceived by the whole body, from which its therapeutic use also derives. By ringing the bell through the Dorje, it emits a sound similar to the sacred syllable in Buddhism OHM that leads with its vibration to the harmony of bodies and energy centers.
It is also used to balance our feminine and masculine energies. The bells have the shape of an inverted cup and the cup (the chalice) is an allegory of the feminine, of the universal womb, creator of life, force and energy.
This sacred instrument has a characteristic and that is that it is always accompanied by its partner, the Dorje which means "the hardness or the only power", and its Tibetan equivalent means the indestructible hardness and brilliance of diamonds, which they cannot be cut or broken. While the bell represents the feminine element or wisdom, the Dorje represents the masculine or compassion.
By combining both elements, feminine and masculine, enlightenment can be achieved. The Dorje is held in the right hand and the bell in the left, thus representing the inseparable union of method and wisdom, essential qualities for achieving enlightenment.
Bells have been made, throughout history, from various materials such as iron, baked clay, wood and even glass. Experts say that a bell worth its salt must be made of a bronze alloy that has four parts of copper and one part of tin. That is where the magical component comes in, since the founders, often guided by alchemists, magicians or priests, dared to introduce changes in the normal manufacturing process in order to obtain bells with special powers. Tradition has it that there were bells with hallucinogenic effects due to the peculiar vibration they produced.
Collections: Accessories, Tingshas and Tibetan Bells
Type: Campanas Tibetanas
Category: Campanas Tibetanas, Complementos, Sonidos Activadores