Who Uses Tibetan Singing Bowls

Many people seek the healing benefits of Tibetan Singing Bowls and many people use them all over the world for meditation, music, musical therapy, relaxation, and good health. They are utilized by a broad spectrum of professionals, including healthcare workers, school teachers, musicians, and spiritual teachers. Singing bowls are used in health care by psychotherapists, massage therapists, cancer specialists, hospice workers, stress, and meditation specialists. They are used to aid in treating cancer patients, and also for post-traumatic stress disorder. They are popular in classrooms, yoga studios, and meditation centers due to the many benefits, such as facilitating activities and focusing attention.

Singing Bowl Healing Benefits

Many people seek the many healing benefits of Tibetan Singing Bowls based on the notion that all illness is due to a disruption in the stream of energy in the body. When energy flow is disrupted, a particular organ or tissue stops vibrating at a healthy frequency, resulting in weakness or any type of illness. The sound waves formed by the singing bowls revitalize and enhance the current of vitality in the areas of the body where it’s needed.

Tibetan Singing Bowls not only influence considerable physical healing but they can also have great significance on emotional and spiritual levels. It is a renewal method fused to a spiritual awakening that can have deep impacts on sickness, disease, and all facets of one’s life.

Tibetan singing bowls can:

  • Drastically reduce stress and anxiety levels
  • Lower anger, fear, and blood pressure
  • Set a mood of happiness and joy
  • Ease chronic pain and inflammation
  • Improve human immune function
  • Encourage mental and emotional clarity
  • Promote stillness, happiness, and well-being
  • Foster deep relaxation and pain relief
  • Improve circulation and increases blood flow
  • Lower heart rate and blood pressure
  • Soothe pain in cancer patients
  • Balance the chakras
  • Aid fibromyalgia and psoriasis in individuals that meditate
  • Detoxify down to the cellular and “bone-deep” level
  • Stimulate deeper, more profound sleep
  • Synchronize the right and left hemisphere
  • Increase learning ability
  • Improve the management or resolution of learning issues like ADD, ADHA, and autism
  • Inspire deep meditative states
  • Support in healing past emotional traumas and evolve from limiting behavior patterns
  • Provide a level of relief from headache, fatigue, insomnia, menstrual difficulties, digestive disorders, emotional imbalances, as well as joint or muscle aches
  • Help with chronic fatigue syndrome and depression
  • Improve memory, clarity, vitality and being proactive
  • Assist in becoming calmer, high levels of energy, as well as better sleep
  • Create a deep sense of tranquility

Singing Bowls and Western Medicine

Mainstream scientists are beginning to endorse what sages have expressed for millennia, that meditating and pacifying the mind is a major root of well-being and longevity.

The Sound Healing Network (founded in 2002 in the USA) says western medicine should progressively recognize sound healing as a therapeutic modality.

In fact, mainstream medical teaching institutions like Duke University and the University of North Carolina (USA) include educational programs that link the body, mind, and spirit to the treatment of cancer. Cancer prevention centers are employing sound as an integral part of the healing course for patients with astonishing success rates.

The director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York, Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, has been utilizing sound, including Tibetan singing bowls (and chanting) in work with cancer patients for many years.

The medical director of the Deepak Chopra Center in California, USA, Dr. David Simon, discovered that the sound from Tibetan singing bowls (as well as chanting) are chemically metabolized into “endogenous opiates,” that act on the body as internal painkillers and curative remedies.