Please visit http://www.the-guided-meditation-site.com/mindfulness-bell.html to download the full 60 minute version for formal meditation practice.
This 5 minute mindfulness bell meditation is wonderful for whenever you want to clear your mind, relax and then get on with your day.
The recording contains nothing but the pure sound of a Tibetan singing bowl being repeatedly struck with a soft mallet. It was taken from Mindfulness Bells Volume 1. Christopher Lloyd Clarke recorded this bowl in his personal studio in 2011 using some of the most high-end microphones and audio processing equipment in his collection. Christopher is known for being a bit obsessed with sound quality, so we hope that you can appreciate the lovely tonal balance and detail that is present in this recording, even if it’s just in YouTube video format.
This calming sound is a wonderful focal point for meditation. Simply absorb your attention in the sound of the mindfulness bell. No mantra is required, no special breathing techniques are needed, just let your awareness be consumed by the sound of the bell.
Your mind will become clearer and more calm with each and every bell strike, and as the bells fade into silence, your mind is given the opportunity to experience a very natural state of stillness.
A high bell sound rings out at the conclusion of the meditation.
Please come back often and enjoy this 5 minute meditation anytime you want to clear your mind and relax!
For more information or to download the full 60 minute version, please visit http://www.the-guided-meditation-site.com/mindfulness-bell.html
Further notes: The visualization used in this video is not really synchronized to the sound. It’s just there as a nice accompaniment. To really experience this meditation properly we recommend closing your eyes.