Sound Healing

Tools and instruments for meditation, relaxation, sound healing and creative expression.

Tibetan Singing Bowls

In Buddhist practice, Tibetan bowls are used as support for meditation and prayer.

The use of singing bowls in Tibet is the subject of much debate and the source of many stories.

Some people say they are used for meditation, while others believe they are magical tools to transform themselves and even matter.

Note: Due to the handmade nature of these products, the size and sound may vary slightly. These items may also have minor flaws/irregularities due to this type of manufacturing.

Origin: India or Nepal

Tibetan Bells, Tingsha Bells

Discover the enchanting world of the Tibetan bells and the Tingsha bells, also known as Tibetan Tingsha or Ting-sha, are small musical instruments similar to cymbals that are typically used in Tibetan Buddhism and other spiritual practices.

Tibetan bells are often decorated with various symbols and mantras, which makes them not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing. Our collection includes various sizes and designs. Whether you are looking for classic Tibetan symbols, Buddhas or dragons or intricate patterns, the Tingsha bells are perfect to meet your needs.

The Tingsha bells are small and easy to carry, which makes them convenient for personal meditation practice or for use in various contexts. Like the Tibetan bells, the Tingsha bells are often decorated with intricate designs and symbols, reflecting Tibetan Buddhist iconography and culture.

Manufactured from high-quality metals, our Tingsha bells resonate with a clear and pure sound that elevates their meditation, mindfulness and spiritual practices.

Tingsha bells are used for various purposes… here are a few:

Meditation and Mindfulness: Tingsha bells are often used at the beginning and end of meditation sessions to mark the beginning and end of the practice. Their clear, high-pitched sound is believed to help focus the mind and create a peaceful atmosphere. When meditating, practitioners can gently tap the tingsha bells to start the session and then again to end it.

Clearing negative energy: Tingsha bells are sometimes used to clear negative or stagnant energies from a space or person. This is done by holding the bells by their leather or fabric strap and striking them together. The sound produced is believed to dissipate negative energy and promote healing and harmony. Rituals and Ceremonies: Tingsha bells are often used in various Tibetan Buddhist rituals and ceremonies. They are rung at specific points during these rituals to invoke deities, bless offerings or mark transitions in the ceremony. The sound of the tingsha is considered auspicious and is believed to invite positive energies and blessings.

Yoga and sound healing: In some yoga practices and sound healing therapies, tingsha bells can be used to create a calm and harmonious environment. The bells are played during yoga sessions or sound baths to enhance the overall experience and promote relaxation and mental clarity.

Musical expression: Tingsha bells can also be used as musical instruments. Some musicians incorporate them into their compositions, creating unique and ethereal sounds that add depth and texture to the music.


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