singing bowls & meditation
A 2016 study found Tibetan singing bowl meditation significantly reduced tension, anger, fatigue and depressed mood in participants. Also, first-timers to this style of meditation experienced a significantly greater reduction in tension compared with participants experienced in this meditation. On top of it all, a feeling of spiritual well-being significantly increased across all participants. Source
A 2013 study found that meditating with Tibetan singing bowls reduced blood pressure and heart rate than simply silent meditation alone. Source
Did you know that Mitchel Gaynor, Cornell Medical College's Center for Integrative Medicine director of medical oncology, is renowned for Tibetan Singing bowls successfully being used in his medical practice? Source
Singing bowls invite the mind and body into a tranquil state of being in which remarkable healing can occur, events that are unexplainable from a conventional biomedical perspective” Source
Meditation is a global trend that is rapidly spreading throughout corporate America. Even Harvard doctors have discovered that in just 8 weeks, meditation helped increase grey matter in the brain! Source
According to Harvard trained Dr. Leonard Horowitz all healing occurs from sonic waves or vibrations, specific frequencies of sound.
Meditation literally rewires the brain! Scientists call it neuroplasticity. Source
In fact, "in a National Institutes of Health study on meditation: Over a 19 year period 23% decrease in mortality, a 30% decrease in death due to cardiovascular problems, a 49% decrease in cancer mortality as well. “This effect is equivalent to discovering an entirely new class of drugs (but without the inevitable side effects)." Source
Here's a fun short video on the science of meditation by ASAP Science.