528 Hz Singing bowl sound meditation with an antique Himalayan Mani bowl 33 minutes


528 Hz Singing bowl sound meditation. We have created this video in response to requests to lengthen our original 528 Hz Mani Bowl recording. We particularly love the clear tones of the mani bowls and appreciate the simplicity of the sound for use with meditation. This uses an old Himalayan singing bowl known as a Mani bowl, also known as an Elephant Bowl because the shape resembles an elephant’s foot. The word ‘mani’ means jewel in sanskit and they are indeed jewel like with their sound which is clear and pure. “They originate in Baharampur in India and are usually louder than the average bowl” Frank Perry. Love and Peace – Pam and Jurek Please help to support us and our work by making a donation, any amout will be much appreciated click on the link https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted… We welcome feedback or just tick ‘like’ if you’ve enjoyed the track and subscribe and click on the bell if you’d like to stay in touch and be notified when we post a new recording Thank you so much ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™ Pam and Jurek Copyright โ“’ 2021 Sound and Silence Resonant Healing. All Rights Reserved. The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this copyrighted work is illegal. Guidelines for your Meditation Find a safe and comfortable place to sit and listen to the sounds using headphones or good quality speakers. Sit in a position that feels good for you, straighten your back and feel your body supported by the chair, the floor Rest your hands palm up on your knees, with your forefinger and thumb touching, while the other three fingers are open When ready close your eyes Take a few deep breaths noticing how your body naturally rises and falls with the inhale and exhale, feel that familiar rhythm of the body moving as you breathe in and out If you’ve been feeling anxious try extending the out breath so you breathe in for the count of 4, hold for the count of 2 and then breathe out for the count of 7 and do this again three times and return your normal way of breathing. Now you’ve begun to feel more relaxed with your breathing turn your attention to the sounds and listen to the different harmonics If for any reason you become distracted by thoughts or a sound from outside then focus again on your body breathing, feel the familiar rise and fall of your body and when you feel settled return your attention to the sound of the bowl When the meditation is finished take a moment to focus on how you are feeling, notice any thoughts, how your body feels and then gradually bring some movement back into your body perhaps rubbing your hands gently together, having a stretch by lifting your arms above your head, do whatever you need to be fully back in your space – drink some water






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