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Singing Bowl Exercises For Health And Personal Harmony

Author : Anneke Huyser
ISBN : 9074597394
Genre : Philosophy
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Discusses the most important, practical aspects of the transforming energies of singing bowls, including: the power of sound; the symbolism of singing bowls, the metals from which they are made and their connection to the seven holy planets; planet tones and color correspondences, and the effect of singing bowls on the chakras. Includes exercises that encourage you to experience and experiment with the energizing vibrations of singing bowls. Photographs. Bibliography. Discography.
Category: Philosophy

Tibetan Singing Bowls A Natural Method Of Recovery Serie Magic Bowl

Author : Viktor Ogui
ISBN : 9785457905672
Genre : Reference
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Everything related to Tibetan singing bowls wrapped in an aura of mystery and myths today, among which there are stories, and there are real-world phenomena. Some of them can be explained scientifically, and some cannot be explained yet. Tibetan singing bowls is a very powerful therapeutic tool and Healing Arts in the capable hands of the Master. But in incompetent hands they can cause harm to the patient or as a practice shows, to the therapist also. This book has the answers to many questions...
Category: Reference

Singing Bowls

Author : Eva Rudy Jansen
ISBN : 9074597017
Genre : Fiction
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This introduction to singing bowls (also known as Tibetan bells), describes their history, and gives practical information about procuring and using them as ritual and therapeutic tools.
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The Singing Bowl

Author : Roy Dimond
ISBN : 9780893349110
Genre : Fiction
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Consider embarking on either on your own spiritual journey or a simple adventure story. Or hooking on to both at the same time: this epic tale relates the mystical travels of a Tibetan monk who must flee his homeland after Chinese occupation. He is known as a Gatherer, a seeker of knowledge, and he travels the globe searching for a lost book. He is always running from the clutches of chaos that threaten him in many forms - as agents of the Chinese or as a dark force of unloved spirits. The monk, who is now the new Tenzin or leader, finds his love, Dorjie, in Kathmandu, and her memory sustains him as he travel the ancient world. He is exposed to Sufi religion of Afghanistan, spends time in Egypt studying Gnostic texts and encounters Eslam and Christianity in Europe. He learns to trust his intuition while being surrounded by remarkable characters. But it's not until he reaches the peaks of Machu Picchu in Peru that his has a transformative experience that nearly shatters his soul. Without spoiling the ending, the monk ends his journey in none other than Sunshine Coast of British, Columbia.
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How To Heal With Singing Bowls

Author : Suren Shrestha
ISBN : 9781591810872
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Book & CD. Over the centuries many people have found relief from pain, stress, negative energy, and a variety of physical ailments through the sound and vibrations of Tibetan singing bowls, whose use has become increasingly popular in the West. This book offers step-by-step techniques for using the bowls for meditation, relaxation, and healing ailments such as insomnia, headache, stress-related intestinal disorders, and high blood pressure. A CD demonstrating the methods accompanies the book.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Singing Bowl

Author : Malcolm Guite
ISBN : 9781848255418
Genre : Religion
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Malcolm Guite’s eagerly awaited second poetry collection 'The Singing Bowl' takes is name from the breathtakingly beautiful opening poem, a sonnet which connects poetry and prayer. It includes poems that seek beauty and transfiguration in contemporary life; sonnets inspired by Francis and other outstanding saints; poems centred on love (which might be used at weddings), others on parting and mortality (which might be used at funerals). A further group, ‘Jamming your Machine’, searches for the life of the spirit in the midst of the modern era and includes an ode to an iphone.
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The Singing Bowl

Author : Alistair Carr
ISBN : 1590481186
Genre : Travel
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Alistair Carr swapped his mobile phone and his laptop for a backpack and a polar fleece, and set off for a country few Westerners had then visited. From travelling with reindeer herders to searching for dinosaur bones in the Gobi Desert, Carr's was an extraordinary journey. In clear, vivid language, he writes of his time in Mongolia with clarity, affection and insight. The Singing Bowl is a memorable and lovely account of a country that has been called, with truth, "a land of no strangers."
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The Singing Bowl

Author : Joan Logghe
ISBN : 0826349862
Genre : Poetry
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This poetry collection showcases all the features of Joan Logghe's work that have attracted so many readers: her attention to detail, her warmth, humor, and passionate and inclusive social conscience. At once postmodern and deeply rooted in her adopted northern New Mexico home, Logghe's work connects disparate events and objects. "I named my last child Hope. I never had a last child," she writes in the poem "True or False." Television Is the Golden Calf I read about In Sabbath School. My teacher lied. We live on the northern edge of the Sonorous desert. Armageddon is a small lizard that reconstitutes at first rain. Turtles have an aversion to helium because they are heavyhearted. "Joan Logghe is one of the most exciting poets in America today. Her words sing, slide, slip, & jive. I love everything by Joan."--Natalie Goldberg, author of Writing Down the Bones
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The Singing Bowl Book

Author : Joseph Feinstein
ISBN : 1717575021
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The complete, full color guide to singing bowls, in large 8.5"x11" format with over 140 photos. Learn all about singing bowls from the leading expert, including the history, manufacture, modern and traditional use of these iconic instruments. The Singing Bowl Book explains the never before told 1,000 year history, connecting multiple cultures and traditions across Asia. Filled with accurate information and many color photo examples, The Singing Bowl book is the first and only factual book about singing bowls. It includes shopping advice, playing instructions, history, manufacture, metal testing, traditional and modern use of metal singing bowls. Also includes detailed and invaluable information for collectors about antique singing bowls and the traditions that created them. Author Joseph Feinstein is creator of The Singing Bowl Museum and founder of Himalayan Bowls, the first singing bowl shopping site. Joseph is a former university teacher who left teaching to research singing bowls. The Singing Bowl Book is the culmination of 20 years work. Joseph traveled extensively in 10 countries, worked with university and museum experts, examined thousands of bronze objects and took hundreds of photos for this book. He is the leading singing bowl expert and caretaker of the world's best singing bowl collection. In Nepal they call him "the singing bowl king." He now shares all his knowledge and special examination techniques. This is an easy to read and fascinating examination of cultural sharing through amazing artistry. Combining metallurgical research, immersive cultural study and 2 decades of hands-on experience, this is the most complete and accurate examination of metal singing bowls. Learn where singing bowls came from, what they are made of, how they are made and how they are used. Learn the difference between new singing bowls and genuine antiques with side by side comparison. Get valuable consumer advice and learn the common sales tricks. With over 140 color photos taken by the author, The Singing Bowl Book documents all Joseph's knowledge with photo examples. Includes details about the different types of metal singing bowls, advice how to shop for singing bowls, price information, playing instructions, traditional use in Asia as well as modern use in the USA and Europe. This is a useful shopping guide for beginners as well as an essential read for any veteran collector. Get the most from your singing bowl experience. Learn the fascinating history and ancient manufacturing techniques. Learn the common sales tricks and false myths. Discover the beauty and magic of these ancient objects as you journey with the author from California to Nepal and beyond. The Singing Bowl Book covers the full range of metal singing bowls, including cast brass, hand hammered bronze and antique singing bowls. Crystal bowls are not discussed.