Instruments - Healers

Tools for transformation

Gong and Himalayan/Tibetan singing bowls are powerful ancient instruments for transformation within matter and energy.

    Their unique sound has a power to neutralise and transform our demons: to change our old patterns of behaviour, habits and ways of thinking that no longer serve us and are harmful to our health. Healing frequencies can remove blockages and toxins, cleanse negative energy and emotions, and make positive changes to our whole being.


Healing Brainwaves

    Listening to the sound of gongs and singing bowls alters our brainwaves from Beta (usual waking state) to Alpha and Theta waves (state of deep meditation). Low brainwave trance is a door to dreams, visions and enlightenment. It is in the vastness beyond our body and mind we open up to true healing and self-development.

 This therapeutic state facilitates physical and psychical renewal, relieve from stress and pain, increased creativity and intuition, spiritual awareness, and feeling of happiness and freedom.


Benefits

Sound healing with gongs and singing bowls affects all systems of our body. It strengthens immune system, improves sleep, stimulates endocrine glands and regulates hormonal functioning, balances both hemispheres of the brain, increases vital energy flow, stimulates circulation, restores blood pressure, helps to recover after illnesses, traumas or invasive medical treatments, and helps to fight a number of various diseases.

In some countries there are amazing results achieved in treating drug addiction.

Instruments for sound healing

    Gong and singing bowls used for therapeutic work have to be of a highest quality.

The most popular gongs in sound healing are Paiste gongs from Germany, and Chao and Wind gongs made in Wuhan, China.

Many types of singing bowls are suitable for meditation and healing. The real gems are antique bowls from different regions of Himalayas that have powerful energies put into them throughout ceremonial and ritual use for many years or even centuries.

Singing bowl resonance

Wah-wah (ululation) effect with Tibetan singing bowl.