Brass Bell 6 inch Buddhist Nepal Tibetan Prayer Bell Meditation Stress Relief or Sound Therapy



♥ Beautiful ringing sounds and vibrations

Top to Bottom (Height): 6 inches (15 cm approx.)
. In Tibetan Buddhism, the bell represents the feminine aspect,
♥ Ideal for meditation, relaxation, yoga, home decor, sound therapy, or even to use in classrooms
♥ Beautiful carvings and Symbols
♥ Hand-engraved + Handcarved Details

The beautiful brass bell is ideal for meditation, home decor, relaxation, yoga, sound therapy/healing, spiritual gatherings, and teachers and parents could even use it to get the attention of children.

You can even use this bell to call your family to dinner

♥ Decreases anxiety and stress
♥ Can assists to lower stress
♥ Stimulates blood circulation and blood flow
♥ Allows for deep relaxation/meditation
♥ May help with Pain Relief
♥ Balances Chakras
♥ Allows for emotional + mental clarity
♥ Promotes happiness and general well-being
♥ Strengthens the immune system
♥ Soothes Hypertension

The bell is the primary ritual tools of Tibetan Buddhism

Used is in almost all Tibetan ritual ceremonies, chanting and magical operations. The bell represents the feminine principles in the cosmos and in the individual’s energy body. The bell is always held in the left hand as these are the sides of the right and left channels in the body. The bell is about 6 or 15 cm bottom to top inches high. Quality Tibetan style bronze, made in Nepal.

Weight: 0.4 kilograms
Height: 6 inches (15 cm approx.)


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