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"Even when there's a little hiccup like I just had playing the bowl, I just refocus and feel. I feel how the pressure is, and how fast I'm going. It really helps me bring my mind into the present when I can be a little scattered at the end of the day."
Your pursuit of mindfulness has probably led you into many new and exciting directions. Part of learning a new skill - like meditation, yoga or a singing bowl, is being able to honor where you currently are.
As Theodore Roosevelt said, "Comparison is the thief of all joy."
Part of the wonderful feedback loop of learning a new practice is that you start out as a complete beginner, which can be frustrating. It's healing to start out as a newbie, and to watch your progression over time.
The very act of paying close attention to your playing -- even if you make some mistakes, is a wonderful part of the journey. It's a microcosm of the rest of your life. Treasure the whole journey! Watch along as Ming-Wai takes you through a less than perfect experience (while smiling) and playing her buddha bowl
Your brain waves can match the frequency of an external stimulus. For this case, we are using a singing bowl as the external sounds that our brain waves will sync to!
When it’s heard that singing bowls raise your “frequency” or “vibrations” it can be taken to mean that literally. We can adjust the electrical frequencies of our brains and bodies using special, resonant sound instruments.