Buddhism Bells of Pray and Protection – Crystal Wellness

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Buddhism Bells of Pray and Protection


In Buddhism bells have many important meanings. They are often used as a call to prayer as they can be heard even at great distances.

The ring of the bell can represent the heavenly enlightened voice of the Buddha teaching the dharma and can also be used as a call for protection and as a way to ward off evil spirits.

Bells are played by hitting the two edges together by the tongue of a bell called the Clapper and then allowing them to move apart from each other so that the tone can resonate throughout the room.

The sound that comes from these bells is a high pitched cleansing sound and vibration. The small bells originate in Tibet and are used by Buddhist practitioners.


By: Crystal Wellness