In the height of the hot weather, many are looking for summer stress relief. Next time you feel frazzled, why not add a simple meditation practice to your routine to help calm your body and mind? Here are some easy tools you can use to feel calmer and more focused.
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Singing Bowls and Mala Beads
Singing Bowls date back around 1500 years and have been utilized in ancient Tibetan Ceremonies and Practices. A singing bowl is played by resting the bowl on the flat of the hand and rotating the stick around the outside rim of the bowl. This produces a vibration, which creates a hum. This natural and harmonious sound emitted by singing bowls is used to create a state of deep relaxation. In addition, Mala Beads have been utilized equally as long and are meant to help someone keep track as they recite positive messages or mantras to soothe the mind.