Ring in the positive energy with the sacred power of a Tibetan Bell. Using a bell is a great way to break up the stagnant energy that has settled into the entry ways and corners of your home.
But the Tibetan Bell isn’t just any bell. Rich with symbolism, there is so much more to this bell than its sound. The four prongs that curve up to meet the fifth prong at the center of the bell represents a lotus flower bud. According to Tibetan symbolism, the lotus flower is an emblem of purity. In mind, body and spirit, the lotus flower is said to usher in a cleansed and renewed energetic state. This purity allows for more authentic speech, encouraging you to have confidence in yourself and not let insecurities or self-doubt inhibit you from articulating your message. The lotus is a flower whose large, upturned petals help it to float on the water above the mud where its stem is rooted. This attribute lends the lotus its Tibetan meaning of being above the muddy emotions of attachment and desire.
A powerful way to clear and purify space is through sound. The noise wakes up any stale energy that may be lingering in the corners. Starting at your front door, or entrance into the room, move around each room clockwise, ringing the bell three times in each corner.
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- Beautiful sound Review by Carol
- This bell has the most gorgeous clear ring. I was teaching my husband about how we could ring it three times in each corner and we started working our way around the rooms of our house. Our daughter asked what the sound was. This is so sweet to me - about a week later she came out of her room and asked me where "the magical sound bell" was....I told her and she said "I need to ring in my room!" I heard her going around her room ringing it - it was amazing. So wonderful for a young teenage girl to have something that she can use to make her room feel peaceful. I also find that each time I use it now to clear a space, our dog comes from wherever he was to listen to the bell. It's so soothing. (Posted on 3/25/2018)