Sound Healing Instruments

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    The Air (Cosmo) Gong creates beautiful, ethereal sounds at the midrange. The nature of the sounds are bright, crystalline and pleasant like floating in rich cosmic chords. This is one of the most universal gongs.



    The Earth Gong sounds deep, like vibrations from the womb of Mother Earth. When we play gently and carefully, the choral overtones turn into a beautiful song. The sound transforms from the ethereal to the material realms, tangible and full. It emerges like lava from inside the volcano.

    The element of Earth is associated with the plane of material existence, the condensation of spirit into concrete form.

    Traditional Aboriginal Didgeridoo from Australia


    Traditional Eucalyptus Aboriginal Didgeridoo from Australia

    Traditional Aboriginal Painted Didgeridoo from Australia


    Traditional Eucalyptus Aboriginal Painted Didgeridoo from Australia

    Triple Numbers from Bob Beck


    The “Triple Number” 9-tone tuning fork set is made to each of the nine triple numbers 111Hz through 999Hz. The number 111Hz has been investigated as a cell rejuvenating frequency by many researchers.

    Ultra Light Frosted Bowls


    Crystalline Sound, hand held, light weight, designed for mobility
    Aesthetically pleasing and resonating with pure white light, The Ultra Light Frosted Bowl® mists the sound current with a sweeter, softly higher waveform than a Classic Frosted bowl.

    Wind Gong 10″ with Stand


    Wind Gong 6″


    Wind Gong 6″


    Zen Bowl 3.5″ w Cushion


    Zen Bowl 3″ w cushion


    Sansula Classic


    Rice Paper top.  Nice tone, but is susceptible to temperature and moisture changes.

    Do you want the biggest, deepest kalimba affect in the world, with an instrument that almost plays itself? The Sansula may be your instrument.

    This is a truly delicate sounding instrument. Imagine going into a secret room that nobody but you knows about, a place where your soul can be renewed as you surround your mind and heart with mystical beauty. That’s what playing this instrument feels like!

    The coolest thing about the Sansula is the way it vibrates on the body.  The sound chamber may be placed anywhere on the body.  It also produces the “wah wah” sound.

    You get the wah-wah effect by lifting it up and putting it back down on a table, or a board or book on your lap.

    The Sansula’s standard tuning is an A minor chord, with a few other notes thrown in. Everything you play will have a unique mystical and haunting beauty, whether you know anything about music or not.