Tibetan Healing and Sound Bath Workshops
Lama Tendar’s monastery in India has a long history in sound healing dating back many centuries to Tibet and is renowned for its teaching in all the sacred arts, including the power of harmonic chanting and mantras as a form of healing.
Sound healing works on the subtle and very subtle bodies bringing about a deep transformation within the physical body, the emotions and mind. Once transformed, Compassion and Wisdom that lies within all beings, starts to develop and this is the basis for all true healing, within oneself and for healing others.
The instruments featured in the sound healing course are gongs, Tibetan singing bowls and cymbals . Lama Tendar will teach students how to use the sacred mantra with bell and dorje that are used in Tibetan Buddhist rituals and introduce people into the power of mantras for healing.
Benefit of healing include reduction of stress and promoting health, balancing chakras, and synchronize vital healing energy. Our workshop focuses on Producing a sense of peace and tranquility through meditation and relaxation. You can expect to clear and purify your mind and body from negative emotions. Calming and centering the mind
In The Workshop
Learning and enhancing your skills with sound therapy through a detailed explanation of how to use the singing bowls to cultivate positive, universal healing energy and a positive mind:
Benefit of sound healing include reduction of stress and promoting health, balancing chakras, and synchronize vital healing energy. Our workshop focuses on Producing a sense of peace and tranquility through meditation and relaxation. You can expect to clear and purify your mind and body from negative emotions. Calming and centering the mind
For bookings and further inquiries please contact the Medicine Buddha Centre or visit our Upcoming Events Page from the main menu.
About Tibetan Singing Bowls
According to Tibetan oral tradition, the existence of singing bowls dates back to the time of the historical Buddha Shakyamuni (560 - 480 B.C.). The tradition was brought from India to Tibet, along with the teachings of the Buddha, by the great tantric master Padmasambhava in the 8th century A.D.
Singing bowls produce sounds which invoke a deep state of relaxation which naturally assists one in entering into meditation, the ultimate goal being enlightenment. They are a quintessential aid to meditation, and can be found on private Buddhist altars, and in temples, monasteries and meditation halls throughout the world.
Metallurgical analysis have varied. The original analysis we know of from Concordia University, Quebec is an eight metal alloy of copper and tin with traces of iron, lead, zinc, gold, silver and mercury.
In addition to their traditional usage for meditation, Tibetan singing bowls are used for deep relaxation, stress reduction, holistic healing, Reiki, chakra balancing, and World music. Many people find that the rich blend of harmonic overtones which the bells produce have a direct affect upon their chakras.
Playing the bells usually causes an immediate centering effect. The tones set up a "frequency following response" that creates a balancing left/right brain synchronization. Meditating on the subtle sounds of the Tibetan singing bowl tunes one in to the universal sound within and without.
Tibetan Children's Fund
All proceeds from tendar.net, healings, retreats, workshops, and tours go towards providing food, medicine, education, and shelter for Tibetan Children.
Subscribe to our Newsletter. Tibetan Buddhism Meditation and Learning Centre on the Peninsula.
Address: 132 Kars Street, Frankston
South VIC 3199
Telephone: 03 9766 0768
COPYRIGHT 2017. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.