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Tibetan Sound Healing Instruments

Tibetan Bell and Dorge, small

Bell and Dorge
Bell and Dorge

Our small Tibetan  Bell and Dorje (Ghanta and Vajra) come as a set and are cast in 2 parts. The top part being bronze with the face of the goddess which is the owner of the bell and the bell part made from bell metal. It has a finely worn antiqued appearance The bell represents wisdom and the feminine aspect and the dorje represents the creative, forceful, male energy. During ceremonies, the bell is held in the left hand with the dorje in the palm of your right hand. The Dorje represents the method that grows compassion. The Bell represents Buddha's mind which is wisdom. Each time they are used it is to remind you to practice great compassion wisdom. Bell measure 5-1/2" T x 2-3/4" in diameter. Dorje measures 3-1/2" L x 1".

Price:$35.00

Tibetan Bell and Dorge, Medium

Bell and Dorge
Bell and Dorge

Our medium Tibetan  Bell and Dorje (Ghanta and Vajra) come as a set and are cast in 2 parts. The top part being bronze with the face of the goddess which is the owner of the bell and the bell part made from bell metal. It has a finely worn antiqued appearance The bell represents wisdom and the feminine aspect and the dorje represents the creative, forceful, male energy. During ceremonies, the bell is held in the left hand with the dorje in the palm of your right hand. The Dorje represents the method that grows compassion. The Bell represents Buddha's mind which is wisdom. Each time they are used it is to remind you to practice great compassion wisdom. Bell measure 6" T x 3-1/4" in diameter. Dorje measures 3-3/4" L x 1"

Price:$40.00

Tibetan Bell and Dorge, Large

Bell and Dorge
Bell and Dorge

Our large Tibetan  Bell and Dorje (Ghanta and Vajra) come as a set and are cast in 2 parts. The top part being bronze with the face of the goddess which is the owner of the bell and the bell part made from bell metal. It has a finely worn antiqued appearance The bell represents wisdom and the feminine aspect and the dorje represents the creative, forceful, male energy. During ceremonies, the bell is held in the left hand with the dorje in the palm of your right hand. The Dorje represents the method that grows compassion. The Bell represents Buddha's mind which is wisdom. Each time they are used it is to remind you to practice great compassion wisdom. Bell measure 6-1/4" T x 3-1/2" in diameter. Dorje measures 4-1/2" L x 1".

Price:$50.00

Tibetan Bell and Dorge, Extra Large

Bell and Dorge
Bell and Dorge

Our  extra large Tibetan  Bell and Dorje, (Ghanta and Vajra) come as a set and are cast in 2 parts. The top part being bronze with the face of the goddess which is the owner of the bell and the bell part made from bell metal. It has a finely worn antiqued appearance The bell represents wisdom and the feminine aspect and the dorje represents the creative, forceful, male energy. During ceremonies, the bell is held in the left hand with the dorje in the palm of your right hand. The Dorje represents the method that grows compassion. The Bell represents Buddha's mind which is wisdom. Each time they are used it is to remind you to practice great compassion wisdom. Bell measure 8-1/2" Tall x 3-1/2" in diameter. Dorje measures 6" L x 1 1/2".

Price:$65.00

Temple Bells / Bell Bons / Shangs

Tibetan Shangs/Bell-Bons
Tibetan Shangs/Bell-Bons

The Shang, or Bon bell, is one of the oldest and most profound of Tibetan sound healing tools.  Derived from the ancient Bon Shamanic cultures of Tibet, it is a rare and almost unknown instrument, even among Tibetan monks.  It is used for invocation and dispellation, or to clear and align energies.  It is a most powerful device, which requires our utmost integrity of intention in its rightful use.   It is a flat bell, considered primarily a feminine device, as most bells are.  Yet, like most bells it has both the container (feminine( and the clapper (male.)  So, it, like many instruments, incorporates the 'male and female' aspects of creation in its use.  The one who understands this, understands the power of the tool.  It is a powerful spiritual tool for breaking up and clearing thought forms in a person's auric field, as well as in a room.  But, equally, it is used to invoke higher principles of Light and Life, and to spread one's prayers or intentions into the atmosphere, for the benefit of all. The shang, which looks like a hand-sized cymbal, is traditionally placed on an altar with the clapper upright, to gather pure energies from the Cosmos, while it is resting.  Using two at once makes for an especially powerful prayer or ceremonial tool.  The price listed is for one, so make clear if you wish to order two.

Price:$45.00

Tibetan Tingshas

Tibetan Tingshas
Tibetan Tingshas

Traditionally, tingshas are used in Tibetan rituals as punctuation for prayers. The tingshas invite the spirit of the Buddha invoked, and are a sound offering to the deity. Today, many healers also use them for harmonizing the body with the spirit, diagnosing energy blocks, and clearing auric fields and living spaces. The pure sound of the tingshas vibrates with a slight dissonance when passed over a disturbed or disharmonious area of a person's energy field, or when sounded in a living area permeated by distress. Often, additional sounding of the tingshas is all that's needed to clear the imbalance. The tingshas are a ritual artifact by Budhist Monks, as well as in the Shamanist traditions. The tingshas are made of a complex alloy of bronze (copper and tin) and also iron and zinc. Measures 2.75" in diameter. When these unique hand cymbals strike each other they produce a clear, pure, cleansing sound which can be used to focus the mind before and after meditation. When played as an instrument they can be used as a chime or a bell.

Price:$32.00
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Beautiful etched Extra Large Tibetan Bell and Dorge

Bell and Dorge
Bell and Dorge

Giant Buddhist Etched Spiritual Tibetan Bell and Dorje

A special, extra large Tibetan  Bell and Dorje, (Ghanta and Vajra) with etched scriptures in the bell.

This bell is hand etched with different sanskrit symbols and designs.  Due to the handmade nature of this item it may very slightly from the photo.

Bell: 8 X 4.5 X 4.5 Inches / Dorje: 6 inches

This item includes one Bell, one Dorje, and one wood striker. You can use the wood striker just like you would with a singing bowl by rubbing it around the bottom of the bell.

EXTRA INFORMATION ON THE BELL AND DORJE, or VAJRA

The dorje and bell are the primary Ritual Tools of Tibetan Buddhism. Always kept together they represent many layers of intricate symbolism and meaning and are used in almost all Tibetan ritual ceremony, chanting and magical operations. Primarily dorje and bell represent the masculine and feminine principles in the cosmos and in the individuals energy body. The dorje is always held in the right hand and the bell in the left as these are the sides of the right and left channels in the body.

DORJE, (also, Vajra)

As the archetypal male principle the dorje it is the quintessential symbol of the 'diamond mind of enlightenment' so hard that it is able to cut through all illusions and deceits and arrive at the clearlight of truth in its two forms. These two forms of truth are symbolised by the two pronged dorje and are relative truth - needed for daily living ie. science, practical knowledge etc., and absolute truth which reveals the inner nature of the universe. The central hub from which the prongs arrive represents the sphere of actual reality. From this sphere arise two eight petalled lotuses crowned by two full moon 'discs' from which emerge the five upper and lower prongs. These five represent the Five Buddha families, the five elements, and the five skandhas [form- feeling - perception - motivation and consciousness- which the outer four are curved into and merge with at the tip.] As such the dorje is the great alchemical symbol and represents the creation of the 'philosophers stone'. In Tibetan dorje means the indestructible stone. The dorje is considered the ultimate spiritual weapon in that it is used to banish the forces of darkness, ignorance and disharmony with its power of lightning and clear truth. It is held in the right hand and twirled according to the pattern of the particular ritual, where it also represents 'skilful method'.

BELL

As the archetypal feminine principle the Dill boo [bell] represents the perfection of wisdom which directly perceives the primordial nature of shunyata [emptiness]. Its sound describes emptiness as it the sound arises from silence and dissolves back into silence. As such it represents the mandala of creation and dissolution; the bottom rim of the bell reps the disc of emptiness from which all arises, these being symbolised by the ring of lower dorjes, the garlands of hanging pearls, the upper horizontal dorjes, all forming the base for eight seed syllables of the eight goddesses. The main feature fo the handle is the face of Vajra-para-mita, the greatest Goddess representing the union and perfection of all wisdom and awareness. From her elaborate crown rise the five wisdom jewels which form the vajra cap to the bell.

Price:$85.00

HarmonicTibetan Bell and Dorje set, Small and Medium

Bell and Dorge
Bell and Dorge

Let us pick out a harmonic set of small and medium Tibetan bells for even richer use in meditation and therapeutic uses.  This heightens the states of deep relaxation and clarity that can come with the use of these bells.

The Tibetan  Bells and Dorje (Ghanta and Vajra) come as a set and are cast in 2 parts. This will be a set of two bells and dorjes.  The top part being bronze with the face of the goddess which is the owner of the bell and the bell part made from bell metal. It has a finely worn antiqued appearance The bell represents wisdom and the feminine aspect and the dorje represents the creative, forceful, male energy. During ceremonies, the bell is held in the left hand with the dorje in the palm of your right hand. The Dorje represents the method that grows compassion. The Bell represents Buddha's mind which is wisdom. Each time they are used it is to remind you to practice great compassion wisdom. Medium bell measures 6" T x 3-1/4" in diameter. Dorje measures 3-3/4" L x 1".  Small bell measure 5-1/2" T x 2-3/4" in diameter. Dorje measures 3-1/2" L x 1".

Price:$75.00