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Tibetan Singing Bowls
Transcript of Tibetan Singing Bowls
Tibetan Singing bowl
What is the Tibetan Singing Bowl?
Uses in Meditation
The Yoga Techniques of Patanjali (pg.307)
Prepare body and mind
Perspective of Scholars
Relation to Soteriology
way of salvation
Singing Bowl Introduction
Tibetan bowls have been used essentially for ceremonial and meditation purposes.
These amazing instruments are increasingly being used in:
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Tibet, Nepal, India, Bhutan, Mongolia, China and Japan
Rituals and Meditation Purposes
China - Chanting
Japan- Funeral rites and ancestor worship
Uses of The singing bowl IN Different countries