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 Sound energy healing therapy

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   Tibetan Medical Singing Bowls are a simple "device", yet it is capable of producing significant results in healing, especially relieving stress and as a pain solution.


Stress is quite a serious health hazard, taken into consideration that "stress has a powerful impact on various aspects of your life—not only can it affect your mood, energy level, relationships, and work performance, stress can also cause and exacerbate a wide variety of health conditions. Persistent reactions to stress can lead to serious health problems."

" Emotional stress impacts our bodies in multiple ways. It does this because our brain and our nervous, endocrine, and immune systems are constantly interacting. An impact on one system reverberates throughout the others."

(Minnesota University Center for Spirituality and Healing) 

Also, the sound energy of singing bowls is quite potent for alleviating pain, like back and neck pain, and for improving energy flow in the areas and organs of the body where it is lacking. Depending on the condition or ailment that is treated, singing bowls can be heated and applied on the body or just put near.


 Although the effects of singing bowls might seem magical, there is science behind it. It has to do with sound and resonance. Modern science explains why and how sound and resonance can have specific effects on inanimate objects and various effects on living organisms. Sound is a vibration, a wave, and waves are a transfer of energy. This energy can be directed to produce powerful positive and healing change. In modern Western medicine sound is used routinely in medical procedures, like ultrasound and shockwave.

Singing Bowls have been used from ancient times in Tibetan medicine. The sound vibrations create harmonics that have a healing effect on the body, especially as pain relief. The singing bowls therapeutic effect extends to all cells and organs of the body, bringing on the healing process and attuning all cells to function harmoniously together for the benefit of the whole body, thus opening the innate ability of the body to heal itself.


It is not only humans that can benefit from Tibetan Singing Bowls therapy, animals, like dogs have been shown to respond well to treatment with the sound of singing bowls as they hear more harmonics than humans; the benefits include calmer behaviour, pain relief and healing.


The knowledge and traditions of Tibetan medical science has been passed from generation to generation and luckily the treasures of Tibetan culture and healing arts are present today.


According to Tibetan medical knowledge, heated Singing Bowls can be applied on the body, this technique have been used in Tibetan monasteries for centuries.

The use of Tibetan Singing Bowls have to be combined with the proper knowledge of traditional Tibetan medicine. Although Singing Bowls became somewhat popular in the West, the deeper knowledge about their use is not very well known because it is deeply rooted in Tibetan medicine. Singing Bowls are not just for producing pleasant relaxing sounds, although that is also useful and helpful, there is a more profound effect of the use of Tibetan Singing Bowls, that only a qualified Master can bring about. 

The Sound wave energy healing is used in many countries not only by healers and doctors of traditional and alternative medicine, but also often by physicians who routinely use sound of singing bowls in their practice as complimentary therapy or alternative treatment. 

In one of the research  conducted in North America on the effects of singing bowls by University of California and California Institute for Human studies, it is clearly stated that singing bowls sound therapy significantly reduces physical pain and strongly reduces tension. The results of these studies were published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine.


Effects of Singing Bowl Sound Meditation on Mood, Tension, and Well-being: An Observational Study (

Dr. Michael Grodin, professor of human rights, psychiatry, and community medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and professor of health law, bioethics and human rights at the School of Public Health used Singing Bowls as part of holistic treatment of PTSD and depression, here is the link about the research on sound therapy as complimentary medicine for mental health

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