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When active meditation, some people cannot simply sit in silence; they additionally want special
merchandise to facilitate them enhance and specialise in the expertise. This includes thing such as
Tibetan singing bowls, mandalas, statues, incense, guided meditation or music CDs, etc. These can be
purchased in any new age or religious search or through many websites on-line. This article explains a
number of of those products which will be used for a fine looking meditation expertise.
Meditation Cushion and Mats
These cushions are most typically used with Zen Buddhists. Also known as zafus, they help you sit
upright and create a proper meditation posture. They are virtually inexpensive and come in a variety of
colors of your choosing.
Meditation Music and Sounds
Meditation music CDs come in all music styles. They help you focus and get into the mood of being in a
deep state of meditation. There really is no prescribed type of music for meditation to use. It's all a
matter on what your taste is. You can play any music that you think is best for you. If you like
instrumental music, consider getting CDs of bamboo flutes, Celtic music, classical, or soft piano. If you
would rather have voices, then you can buy CDs from singers like Enya or mantras and chants from
Buddhist monks that you can chant along with or just simply listen and have it affect your mind.
Tibetan Singing Bowl
Tibetan Singing Bowls are used in Tibetan Buddhists circles to help with creating a harmonious and
sacred space. When you hit the bowl gentle a bell sound will reverberate helping you calm down. It is
best to use these bowls to signify the beginning and ending of your meditation practice.
Incense comes in a variety of scents that tickle the nose and clear the mind. They can be bought almost
anywhere these days because of their popularity. Their price ranges from the cheapest to the most
expensive depending on where you buy them and what smell you choose. The most common scents
(especially for meditation use) include musk, sandalwood, sage, Indian temple scent, and Nag Champa.
The most common statues to use for meditation practice are usually Buddhas in various positions.
However, if you believe in Hindu Gods such as Ganesh or Krishna, you can use them too as some extent
of focus. These statues symbolize our higher consciousness and are to be honored and revered once
collaborating in meditation follow
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