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7 Ways to TINKLE Your Chimes!

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So you have just received your beautiful Koshi Chimes and now you are wondering where to hang them and what you can do with them!  Here are some of the ways I have used my chimes and ways I have heard other people using theirs over the years...

DOORWAY TINKLE

People often ask where to hang their chimes.  So far I have hung mine in some of the doorways in my house using one of those hooks that have a sticker on the back (you can buy from supermarket).  Whenever I go through the...

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The DOs and DON'Ts When Playing Your Bowl

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For the safety of bowl, your ears and other people's ears please follow these bowl playing guidelines! 

  1. ALWAYS place your bowl on its rubber “O” ring no matter what surface you have placed it on.  This will keep it stable while you play it and prevent it from shattering if on a rough/hard surface or slipping off a smooth surface.
  2. Do not put the bowl on people’s bodies and play as it could fall off and break.
  3. NEVER play too loud near a pregnant belly or baby....

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All About Those Bowls!

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Here I will share with you what I know about these awesome bowls from my own personal experience and from a bit of reading and this will be enough for you and your partner or other birth support person to be able to use your bowl in a safe and effective way during your SoundBirth. 

History of Bowls making Sounds!

Have you seen and heard those metal Tibetan singing bowls? The Tibetan monks created these bowls centuries ago to be used for healing, ritual and practical purposes. They are made...

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Entrain Your Brain into Alpha

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I LOVE entrainment! The one and only scientific term that I LOVE!

Since I started reading about entrainment, I can see it working everywhere!  And can see how important it is to know about it when it comes to giving birth and being a Mother.

What is Entrainment?

In 1666 Dutch physicist Christian Huygens, the inventor of the pendulum clock noticed that the pendulums of 2 clocks mounted on the same wall had synchronised! This was the birth of the term “entrainment”.

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