Tibetan Tingsha Cymbals
Hand-Made Tibetan Tingsha Cymbals
*Traditionally, tingshas are used in Tibetan rituals as punctuation for prayers. Today, many healers also use them for harmonizing the body with the spirit, diagnosing energy blocks, and clearing auric fields and living spaces. The pure sound of the tingshas vibrates with a slight dissonance when passed over a disturbed or disharmonious area of a person's energy field, or when sounded in a living area permeated by distress. Often, additional sounding of the tingshas is all that's needed to clear the imbalance. The tingshas are a ritual artifact by Buddhist Monks, as well as in the Shamanist traditions. When these unique hand cymbals strike each other they produce a clear, pure, cleansing sound which can be used to focus the mind before and after meditation. When played as an instrument they can be used as a chime or a bell.
-The tingshas are made of a complex alloy of bronze (copper and tin) and also iron and zinc.
-Size: Small 2" in diameter, Large 2.5" diameter.