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Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag
Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag

Tibetan Chimes, Tingsha Cymbals With Bag

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    Why Buy From Life Changing Energy

    The dragon and auspicious symbols are a sign of future success. 


    Tingsha cymbals, also known as Tibetan hand cymbals, are a traditional musical instrument from Tibet. They are typically made of a bronze alloy and consist of two small, thin, and flat cymbals that are joined together.


    Tingsha cymbals are commonly used in Buddhist ceremonies and meditation practices, as well as in other spiritual practices. They are often used to mark the beginning and end of a meditation session or ritual, as well as to signal transitions between different stages of a practice. They are also used to clear negative energy and promote healing.


    When played, tingsha cymbals produce a clear, bright, and sustained sound. The sound is said to be calming and uplifting, and can be used to aid in relaxation and meditation. To play tingsha cymbals, one typically holds them by the cord or strap and strikes them together gently, producing a clear and resonant sound.


    Diameter: approx 6.5cm/ 2 3/8 inch
    Thickness: 0.3cm/0.1in
    Material: Copper
    Weight: A pair weighs about 200g
    Package Includes:

    • pair of tingsha bwlls
    • 1*zippered bag


    Note: Please allow a little error on the size due to manual measurement of the meditation accessories


    Symbol Meanings 


    The clear, piercing sound of the Tingsha, amplified by the dragon's power, is believed to open the mind for meditation, dispel negative energy, and bring in good fortune and protection. Dragon symbols often adorn Tingshas and other instruments, reflecting their sacred and powerful nature.


    Auspicious Symbols

    The eight auspicious symbols, known as Ashtamangala in Sanskrit, are a group of lucky symbols that originate from Indian culture and have been adopted by various spiritual traditions, including Tibetan Buddhism. The eight auspicious symbols are as follows:

    1. Parasol (Chattra): The parasol symbolizes protection and shelter. It represents the protection of beings from harmful forces and suffering, as well as the preservation of spiritual teachings. In a broader sense, it signifies the Buddha's role in providing refuge and shelter from the sufferings of samsara (the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth).

    2. Golden Fish (Suvarnamatsya): The two golden fish represent happiness, fertility, and abundance, as they can move freely in water without fear. They also signify freedom from the cycle of samsara and the fear of drowning in the ocean of suffering.

    3. Treasure Vase (Kalasha): The treasure vase symbolizes spiritual and material abundance. It represents the inexhaustible treasures of Buddhist teachings, which bring about spiritual enrichment and help in overcoming obstacles on the path to enlightenment.

    4. Lotus (Padma): The lotus flower represents purity and spiritual awakening. It symbolizes the ability to rise above the murky waters of desire, ignorance, and suffering, just as the lotus flower blooms untouched by the mud it grows in.

    5. Conch Shell (Sankha): The conch shell signifies the powerful and far-reaching sound of the Buddha's teachings, which can be heard in all directions. It is often used as a horn to call forth practitioners to listen to the Dharma (Buddhist teachings) and awaken from the slumber of ignorance.

    6. Endless Knot (Shrivatsa): The endless knot represents the interconnectedness of all phenomena and the unity of wisdom and compassion. It symbolizes the eternal continuum of the Buddha's teachings, which are without beginning or end.

    7. Victory Banner (Dhvaja): The victory banner signifies the victory of the Buddha's teachings over ignorance, suffering, and negativity. It represents the triumph of wisdom and enlightenment over the forces of delusion and adversity.

    8. Wheel of Dharma (Dharmachakra): The wheel of Dharma symbolizes the teachings of the Buddha and the spiritual journey towards enlightenment. Its eight spokes represent the Noble Eightfold Path, which is the core of Buddhist practice and a guide to ethical living and spiritual development.



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