Healing and Grounding Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation

Weeds and flowering herbs and vegetables from my messy summer garden.

Weeds and flowering herbs and vegetables from my messy summer garden.

I learn more about God
From weeds than from roses;
Resilience springing
Through the smallest chink of hope
In the absolute of concrete….
~ Phillip Pulfrey, “Weeds,” Perspectives

 

Morning at our little farm – the birds are singing, the sun is shining and the day is fresh and new. I’ve already been for a short walk and picked some flowering weeds and vegetables gone to seed from my garden. They are as pretty to me as any cultivated flower – there’s beauty everywhere once you start to look.

Today I’ve recorded you a simple meditation using my Tibetan Singing Bowl. (Forgive the slight croakiness in my voice ♥)  The purpose of this meditation is to use sound to clear, ground and heal, and then to expand and connect you – very useful energies at this time of year. You’ll need to set aside about ten minutes.  To listen, just click on the link below.

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Know that you are loved, and that as you have sent good energy out into the world, there are also others holding that space for you.  Bless ♥ xx

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9 thoughts on “Healing and Grounding Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation

  1. Thank you for those lovely words. I am in need of them at the moment, as, like you, I am just starting a new journey. Thank you.

  2. Thank you Nicole for the journey to your side, at your kitchen table. I love the sounds on the background, the crickets and birds.
    I ones was at Plum village in France with Tich Nhat Hahn and there as we sound the bowl or bell we say in mind: “Listen listen this wonderful sound brings me back to my real Self. That memory came back to me.
    God bless you, merry christmas, love, Jetske

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