Tincha chimes, also known as tingsha or Tibetan cymbals, are a traditional musical instrument used in various spiritual practices such as meditation, yoga, and mindfulness. They are commonly used in Tibetan Buddhism as well as in other spiritual traditions.
These chimes consist of two small cymbals that are joined together by a leather strap or cord. They are made of high-quality bronze or brass and are often decorated with intricate designs and symbols.
To use tincha chimes, simply hold them by their cords and strike them together gently. The resulting sound is a clear, high-pitched tone that can be used to mark the beginning and end of a meditation session, or to clear the mind and promote relaxation and focus.
In addition to their practical use in meditation and other spiritual practices, tincha chimes also have a rich spiritual meaning. They are believed to represent the sound of the universe and the awakening of wisdom and compassion. The sound of the chimes is said to help purify the mind and create a peaceful atmosphere, making them a valuable tool for anyone seeking greater spiritual awareness and inner peace.
• Made in Nepal
• Weight: 10.7 oz (303.9 g)