Singing Bowl Therapy

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    What Is a Tibetan Singing Bowl?

    Sound therapy with Tibetan singing bowls is an ancient form of regeneration. The first bowls were made from an alloy of various metals and were used already 6000 years ago in the Far East. Tibetan singing bowls area a mysterious acoustic phenomenon, which was discovered by “spiritual tourists” in the Himalayas and after the Chinese invasion of Tibet appeared also in Europe and the USA.

    The sound of Tibetan singing bowls and the gong harmonizes and allows deep relaxation of both sides of the brain. It stimulates stress relief on all levels and the elimination of toxins from the body. After sound therapy emotions are calm and the mind clearer, and the sound vibrations have effect on the body after the singing bowls have been played on it.

    After sound therapy we are tuned again ...

    The bowl sings ''ommmmm'', which revives the basic DNA codes and activates the codes that we haven’t yet perceived or we had suppressed till now. Tibetan singing bowls are one of the strongest musical instruments for healing with sound therapy and vibrations. They are called singing bowls because their exotic sound continues to float for a long time after we have played on them.

    Why are these bowls so special?

    Tibetan bowls are forged with alloys that usually contain from five to seven precious metals, which are connected to the planets of our galaxy: lead (Saturn), tin (Jupiter), iron (Mars), copper (Venus), mercury (Mercury), silver (the Moon) and gold (the Sun). The size of the bowl and the ratio between the metals affect the tone, vibration and quality of sound produced by the bowl. Bowls vary in shapes and looks as they are used for sound therapy in different ways and with different accessories. The most commonly used accessory are the so called “strikers”, which are used to strike to bowls, or wooden mallets which are rotated around the rim of the bowl. Besides Tibetan bowls, there are also Nepalese, Japanese, Bengalese and crystal bowls – the latter are made out of glass.

    How does sound affect our body?

    The sound is undoubtedly one of the most powerful media, as it can take the human spirit in different states of consciousness.

    Besides their traditional use for meditation, Tibetan singing bowls are used for deep relaxation and muscle regeneration, to relieve pain in the joints, muscles and shoulders, to ease pain related to sciatica, the digestive system, headaches and migraine or spine injuries, to improve circulation, release tensions or blockages, to open the energy flow, eliminate the toxins from the body. When we relax with the sounds of Tibetan bowls or the gong, our concentration improves and our emotional tensions and blockages are eased. The sound with its vibrations can ease mental or emotional pain (low self-esteem, worries, fear, anger, anxiety, depression, insomnia). Tibetan singing bowls and their unique tones are used to stabilise blood pressure, to ease asthma related issues, to renew the functioning of the adrenal gland, to open and stabilise the meridians and to improve the synaptic responses in our brain. They also help children with hyperactive disorders and they stimulate the immune system.

    Sounds affect all three human levels: the physical, mental and spiritual:

    The physical effect of vibrations on the body:

    deep relaxation and muscle regeneration

    pain relief for joints, muscles, sciatica, headache and migraine, the digestive system, headaches and migraine, spine injuries, shoulders, improved blood circulation

    better digestion

    atoms, molecules, cells, tissues and organs function in a more synchronised way

    better energy flow

    elimination of toxins from the body

    better immune system

    Mental or emotional effect:

    relaxed mind, mental/emotional tensions and blockages are eased

    better concentration

    more energy and strength in everyday life

    alleviated mental or emotional pain

    improved self-confidence, boosted creative and productive potential

    Spiritual effect:

    a positive feeling of self

    better balance and harmony in your life

    experiences of bliss

    cleansing of chakras (energetic centres and the nadi – astral channels)

    a higher frequency reaches our innermost essence, which boosts our energy and our vibrational level

    the way to a more intense and higher vibration of love is open

    Despite the numerous beneficial effects, the sounds of Tibetan singing bowls and the gong are not a replacement for classic healing methods, but just a tool to ignite the spiritual intelligence.

    Scientific studies have proven that Tibetan singing bowls produce specific waves…
    Scientific analyses of electromagnetic brainwaves have confirmed the existence of clearly recognisable waves, which are connected to different states of consciousness. It is known that the brain in its normal state, i.e. in everyday conscience, produces beta waves.
    Alpha waves are present in the states of meditation and calm consciousness. Theta waves are typical for the state of slumber, whereas delta waves are present only during deep sleep. When the waves produced by singing bowls were recorded, scientists discovered wave patterns which were the same as the alpha waves produced by our brain. These waves give a feeling of deep relaxation.

    The gong, the instrument with the strongest energy ...

    Sound therapy is one of the quickest and most effective ways to restore harmony and to relax. Any kind of music can be therapeutic, however the gong has the most powerful energy. For millennia sound has been used as a tool to awaken deep states of consciousness, to expand consciousness and to correct energetic imbalances. Recently the ancient Chinese therapy which uses the vibrating sounds of the gong has become available also in Slovenia.
    Our wellness centers offer sound therapy during your visit to the saunas and swimming pool.

    The sound of the gong vibrates with the energetic lines of the body and balances them. Kundalini energy is released (the silent energy in the core chakra) and it rises along the central energetic channel along the spine, which can be felt as a subtle tingling in the muscles or as a slight discomfort if there are blockages along the energetic lines. Gong therapy has a beneficial effect also with people who are deaf of have hearing disabilities. Although they don’t hear sounds, they can feel their vibrations.

    A Tibetan singing bowl is a type of bell that vibrates and produces a rich, deep tone when played. Also known as singing bowls or Himalayan bowls, Tibetan singing bowls are said to promote relaxation and offer powerful healing properties.

    Buddhist monks have long used Tibetan singing bowls in meditation practice. In addition, some wellness practitioners (including music therapists, massage therapists, and yoga therapists) use Tibetan singing bowls during treatment.

    This article discusses how Tibetan singing bowls are used and their purported benefits. It also covers what you should consider before you try using this type of treatment.

    History of Tibetan Singing Bowl

    There is debate about the exact origins of the Tibetan singing bowl, although there is some evidence that they may have originated in China sometime around the 16th-century BC. The traditional bowls were originally made of a variety of metals including mercury, lead, silver, iron, gold, and copper.

    During the 1970s, people began importing the bowls to the West and they grew in popularity in the 1990s as a complementary and alternative treatment for a variety of ailments.

    Tibetan signing bowls have a history that dates back thousands of years, but they only became popular in the West starting in the 1970s.

    Uses for Tibetan Singing Bowls

    Very few scientific studies have examined the potential benefits of Tibetan singing bowls, despite their long history of use. But some people do report that they help them feel more relaxed.

    Some of the possible uses for singing bowl therapy include:

    Stress relief: Some research supports the use of Tibetan singing bowls as a way to promote relaxation and reduce feelings of anxiety.1

    Improving sleep: Because singing bowl therapy has been linked to decreased anxiety and tension, it may be helpful for improving sleep. Further research is needed, however, to support this.

    Lowering blood pressure: A preliminary study published in the American Journal of Health Promotion in 2014 examined the benefits of starting a directed relaxation session with 12 minutes of singing bowls and found a greater reduction in systolic blood pressure and heart rate compared to silence before the session.2

    Reducing depression: One study linked singing bowl therapy to improvements in mood and suggested that this approach may be a low-cost way to help reduce symptoms of depression.1

    Stimulating the immune system: Some also claim that Tibetan singing bowls can stimulate the immune system and produce beneficial changes in brain waves.

    Pain relief: One study looking at chronic spinal pain found that people treated with singing bowl therapy experienced significantly decreased pain intensity as well as decreased stress.3 However, placebo treatment had the same effects, so the study's authors concluded that singing bowl therapy's effectiveness for pain relief could not be confirmed.

    Balancing and harmonizing the body: Many proponents claim that the vibrations of a singing bowl can produce beneficial changes in the body by "harmonizing" the cells and "balancing the body's energy system."

    Enhancing other healing practices: Some people use the bowls in combination with other healing practices, such as meditation and deep breathing.

    It is important to note that while Tibetan singing bowls are often used for these purposes, research is still needed to determine what impact they actually have. Proponents may suggest that they have these benefits, but that does not mean that they actually work. Some of the claims don't have a clear scientific basis.

    How to Use Tibetan Singing Bowls

    During this treatment, you will lie on the floor while the bowls are placed in different configurations. For example, they might be placed around your body, on your body, or in different locations around the room.

    To create sound with a singing bowl, firmly press the accompanying mallet in a circular motion against the bowl's outside edge or rim. When you hear a bright, clear tone, you can slow down the motion. Use your full arm to make the motion, rather than just rotating your wrist.

    You can also make the same circular motion against the outside belly of the bowl. Additionally, you can gently strike the bowl before beginning the circular motion.

    Impact of Tibetan Singing Bowls

    A few different theories have been proposed to explain why Tibetan singing bowls might be beneficial. Such theories suggest that:

    The vibrations that the bowls produce may affect the mind and body.

    The sounds the bowls create may impact brain waves in order to induce relaxation.

    They may induce the same psychological effects and benefits as listening to music.

    The benefits of listening to the bowls may be related to the ancient practice of sound therapy. Often used by Indigenous cultures throughout the world, sound therapy involves pulsing sounds, clapping, drumming, and singing for ceremonial, spiritual, and health purposes.

    A 2020 review of the existing research concluded that there was not enough current evidence to recommend the use of singing bowl therapies. However, the authors of the study noted that there was evidence indicating that this type of treatment had some positive effects that warrant further investigation

    While proponents suggest that Tibetan singing bowls can have a variety of positive effects such as reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, and helping with pain relief, more research is needed.

    Tips for Buying a Tibetan Singing Bowl

    If you are interested in trying Tibetan singing bowls, there are a number of places where you can find them. Some sources include:

    Online retailers

    Meditation centers

    Yoga studios

    Music shops

    Stores that specialize in new age products

    Experts suggest that higher-quality bowls tend to produce more resonant sounds.

    The size of the bowl is another factor to consider. Smaller to medium-sized bowls are often more appropriate for beginners, while larger singing bowls may be suited to more advanced users.

    Risks and Side Effects

    While using Tibetan singing bowls is generally regarded as fairly safe, there is not a great deal of research on the possible risks and side effects of this type of treatment. People who may want to avoid singing bowl therapy include:

    People who are prone to headaches: Some people report experiencing headaches as a result of the noise and vibrations that the singing bowls produce.

    Pregnant women: Because the effects on pregnancy are not known, you might want to avoid this type of therapy if you are currently pregnant. People with epilepsy: In some instances, noise and vibrations may trigger seizures.

    Tibetan singing bowls are believed to promote relaxation, relieve stress, and produce other healing effects. Originating in the Far East thousands of years ago, these bowls have become increasingly popular in the West over the last few decades.

    Purported benefits include improving sleep, reducing depression, relieving pain, and increasing immunity. However, current evidence cannot substantiate these benefits. While there appear to be some positive effects, more research is needed to determine how and when singing bowls are best utilized.

    A Word From Verywell

    Tibetan singing bowls may have some benefits, but more research is needed to support their use as a treatment for various ailments. Some research does indicate that these singing bowls can enhance meditation and deep breathing, which may help maximize the stress-relieving benefits of those practices.