Vairochana is a central figure in Buddhist cosmology and is regarded as the first Dhyani Buddha by Nepalese Buddhism. In Tibetan Buddhism, Vairochana is often associated with the principle of dharmakaya, which represents the ultimate nature of reality. In Nepalese Buddhist tradition, Vairochana is typically depicted as a white or blue figure, with his right hand held up in the gesture of fearlessness, and his left hand resting in his lap holding a Dharmachakra (wheel of the law).He is also associated with the element of space and the skandha of consciousness. Tibetan mantra carved healing singing bowls are used in Tibetan Buddhism for healing and meditation purposes. They are made from a combination of several metals, including copper, silver, and gold, and are designed to produce a rich and complex sound when struck or played with a mallet. In the case of a Vairochana Tibetan mantra carved healing singing bowl, the bowl would be inscribed with a mantra associated with Vairochana, such as "Om Vairochana Om" or Om Vairochana Vidya Rajaya Tathagataya Arhate Samyak Sambuddhaya Namaha. The vibrations produced by the bowl are said to have healing properties and can be used to promote relaxation, balance the chakras, and enhance spiritual practice. Overall, Vairochana is a significant figure in Buddhist cosmology, and his association with Tibetan mantra carved healing singing bowls highlights the importance of sound and vibration in Buddhist practice. There are the details below for those who are using the singing bowls for the first time which would be more useful.
Choose a quiet and peaceful environment: To get the most out of your singing bowl, you need a quiet and peaceful environment. Find a calm and peaceful space, free from distractions and noise. Hold the bowl: Hold the singing bowl in the palm of your hand, with your fingers pointing downwards. Rest your hand and arm on a cushion or a flat surface, to prevent any vibrations from being absorbed.
Strike the bowl: Take the mallet and gently tap the outside of the bowl, making a light and clear sound. Allow the sound to resonate for a few seconds before moving on to the next step. Play the bowl: With the mallet, gently and slowly circle the rim of the bowl in a clockwise direction.
Apply a consistent pressure and maintain a steady speed to create a continuous and soothing sound. Focus on the sound: As you play the bowl, focus your attention on the sound and vibration it produces. Take deep breaths and allow the sound to penetrate your body and mind, promoting relaxation and calmness.End the session: Once you feel satisfied with the sound and vibration, gently remove the mallet from the bowl and allow the sound to fade away slowly. Take a moment to reflect and appreciate the experience before ending the session. By following these simple steps, you can use a singing bowl perfectly, enjoying its therapeutic benefits and spiritual significance. Measurements: weight: 1.8 kilograms height: 4 inches diameter: 10 inches PACKAGE INCLUDES?? Drumstick NOTE: This is handmade item therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurements. Best gift for your loved one. Best gift for Yoga Teacher. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Religion & Spirituality\Buddhism\Other Buddhism Collectibles". The seller is "navipande-6" and is located in this country: NP. This item can be shipped worldwide.