Tingsha Meditation Bells

Sale price$20.99


Dimensions: 2"

Circular brass chimes connected by a leather string used in meditation practices to help focus the mind. Simply hold each tingsha bell in one hand and gently strike them together in intervals to bring forth awareness into the now. The toning effect of the bells offers therapeutic relief to the body such as muscle tension release, improvement of headaches or migraines, improved concentration and focus skills, and overall positivity. Tingsha bells can also be used in clearing ones space to remove unwanted , lingering negative energies.

  1. Select a Quiet Space: Choose a quiet and comfortable space where you can use the tingsha bells without disturbances. This could be a dedicated meditation area or any calm corner of your home.

  2. Set an Intention: Before you begin, set an intention for your practice. Decide what you wish to achieve through the use of the tingsha bells, whether it's relaxation, mindfulness, energy clearing, or another goal.

  3. Hold the Tingsha Bells: Hold the tingsha bells by their leather straps, with one bell in each hand. Ensure that the bells are positioned so that they can strike each other freely.

  4. Starting Position: Hold the bells slightly apart, allowing a small gap between them. This ensures that they can resonate clearly when struck together.

  5. Strike the Bells: Gently tap or strike the edges of the tingsha bells together. Hold them in such a way that they produce a clear and resonant sound.

  6. Listen Mindfully: As the tingsha bells ring, listen mindfully to the sound they create. Focus your attention on the sound waves and vibrations they produce.

  7. Mindfulness Practice: Use the sound of the tingsha bells as a focal point for your mindfulness practice. When the sound starts to fade, shift your attention to your breath or any other point of focus.

  8. Clearing Energy: Tingsha bells are also used for energy clearing and space cleansing. To do this, walk around the room or space while gently striking the tingsha bells. The sound is believed to help dispel stagnant or negative energy.

  9. Rituals and Ceremonies: Tingsha bells are often used in rituals, ceremonies, and spiritual practices. They can mark the beginning and end of a practice or be used to call attention during a ceremony.

  10. Closing the Practice: When you're ready to conclude your practice, allow the sound of the tingsha bells to fade naturally. Take a few deep breaths and bring your awareness back to the present moment.

  11. Reflection: After using the tingsha bells, take a moment to reflect on your experience. Notice any changes in your state of mind, emotions, or the overall atmosphere of the space.

Tingsha bells can be a valuable addition to your meditation and spiritual practices. Experiment with different ways of using them to find what resonates best with you and supports your intentions. As with any practice, your experience with tingsha bells may evolve over time, so feel free to explore and adapt your approach.

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