8 Auspicious Symbols Tingshas
Eight Auspicious Symbols Tingshas
Tingshas are wonderful tools to use for Sound Healing. I use Tingshas every day to start the day clear and fresh of mind and body. Tingshas produce a strong sound with a frequency of above 2000 Hertz.
Tingshas are Tibetan cymbals that have been used for ages in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. These cymbals when softly struck together create a prolonged, pleasant tone that helps to break up stuck, stagnant energy in the Chakras.
How to use Tingshas
Simply hold the Tingshas at chest level (Heart Chakra) and strike them together. As the sound reverberates, slowly raise the Tingshas up through your Throat Chakra, Third Eye and Crown Chakras. This will allow the tone to break up any stagnant energy that is creating a blockage within the Heart and Upper Chakras.
The Eight Auspicious Symbols
The Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism represent our Spiritual Path to finding Peace and Enlightenment.
The Precious Umbrella symbolizes the umbrella of community.
The Precious Fish symbolizes peace and harmony.
The Precious Vase symbolizes wealth and prosperity.
The Precious Lotus symbolizes purity of our mind and actions.
The Precious Conch shell symbolizes the Dharma Jewel and encourages us to listen to teachings and contemplate and meditate on their meaning.
The Precious Indestructible Knot symbolizes Buddha’s realization of omniscient wisdom and encourages us strive toward the path of enlightenment.
The Precious Victory Banner symbolizes Buddha’s abandonment of delusions and encourages us to give up our own delusions.
The Precious Dharma Wheel encourages us to be of benefit to others by turning the Wheel of Dharma and sharing our teachings and wisdom.
Tingshas come in a beautiful carrying case. Tingshas measure 2.5 inches in diameter.