March 23, 2023

Using a Meditation Instrument to Enhance Your Practice

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Music has long been known for its healing power and can play an important role in helping people meditate. It can be used for relaxation, to release stress or anxiety and help enter a trance state.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced practitioner, adding a meditation instrument to your practice can be a great way to enhance your experience. There are a variety of sound healing percussion instruments that can be used during a meditation session.

Gongs and Tuning Forks

The gong is a type of percussion instrument that has been used for centuries to promote relaxation and inner peace. These mellow sounds can encourage deeper states of meditation, and are often used in Buddhist ceremonies and rituals.

They are available in a variety of sizes and frequencies, so it’s easy to find one that resonates with your specific needs. They are also a fun, interactive addition to any yoga or meditation class, and are great for kids and teens as well.

Kalimbas and Hammered Dulcimers

The hammered dulcimer is another popular meditative instrument that helps to relieve stress, ease anxiety and improve your mood. It’s an easy-to-pick-up, portable instrument that can be played with the fingers or with a mallet.

Tingsha Bells

These small bells are used in Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies and meditation practices, and are believed to have many healing properties. They are produced from brass and come in different sizes and shapes.


The didgeridoo is a unique, hollowed-out tree stem or branch that produces a low, resonant sound. It’s been used for centuries by Aboriginal Australians, and has a calming effect on the mind and body.


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