Object Psychic Experiment #1

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
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OK Aryi talked me into it. I have this ancient Tibetan Singing bowl that i would like to know more about. I know its age, there is some writing on it. All I know is little about it. It is a beautiful object that has a clear and beautiful frequencies.Here it is

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Here is the inside

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Here is the writing

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Here it is after while it is singing

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Let see what pick up of its use and previous owners.


updated by @paul: 09/04/18 10:45:02AM
Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
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I could be way off, but I got that the circle inside in the center is the sun and the three large circles around it are the orbits of the first 3 planets, stopping with 3 to show that we are on the 3rd one from the sun.

I wish I could see the writing better. To me it looks like it is picturing land and sun movement, a tilt of land or maybe the planet, and maybe even the need to move to a different planet due to the sun's actions. I feel this movement was in the distant past.

That's allI get right now. I'll bet it sings as nice as it looks. :-)

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

No, you are not at the wolves, this is to practice. I gather the age from 50-150 years old. For it to have been owned by the japanese reiki mater would have needed to be after 1922 or so and maybe one of the early people closer to Dr Usui. I do know that the owner is pleased to pass it on to me. I like that. You are mostly right about Nepal. I did a search on the script and found similar script from nepal/burma but no real close match. These bow I got from a guy www.bestsingingbowls.com (he sells exclusive antiques/specialty bowls) and it was chosen because of its freq. As with these metal bowl, they have rich harmonics and this one has 2 major and many minor ones. It also resonates differently depending on the mallet it has been struck with. I made 3, leather, cotton string and hard wood. On the inner lip it has been struck with a hard maybe sharp object. I rub it and get that it was done at the funeral rights of the last owner. I would like to honor him in some way.

These bowls were made for special occasions and were ornately decorated as this one is. They were stamped with a name or date or a special occasion, but that is a mystery. As we peel this onion, I hope to learn more on its history and maybe a little about its owners. I've also decided to pass this along to another unknown reiki master when the time comes a long.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

Interesting. A long ago migration. On the outside rim is also 3 lines. One with a lot of faint ones and then 2 close together. The bottom is a bit worn and that says it was extensively used. I get lots of hand pickup and placing back to a special place. I would love to get the guys name. I'm not good at names, just situations.

Hover the mouse over pic and you load the big one and see the script a little better. Its faint.

Dice
Dice
@dice
3 years ago
284 posts

I am in a hurry but I saw a wolf right off the bat. Will work on it later. What a cool singing bowl.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
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3 years ago
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Hovering the mouse did not work for me and never has. I must be doing it wrong or maybe that is a windows thing only. Non-geek here.

I get a name but it makes zero sense for a bowl from Nepal. Juan. I keep hearing Juan. I am thinking maybe Juan lovingly polished the bowl for his master and actually spent more time touching it than the owner, which is why I am picking him up. But what would a Juan be doing in Nepal?

I am also hearing Cypriot. Isn't that word related to Greece?

Either this is a very well-travelled bowl, or more likely, my brain is strung out on wackodoodles today, lol. Pay me no mind.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

Phonetically juan is a chinese or oriental sounding name huan.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
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3 years ago
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Good point! Maybe cypriot is a reference to Huan being involved in govt.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

Given the age of the bowl, I really wish to know about the original owner. It is interesting the reiki/japanese connection. It certainly fits considering WW2 got in the way of things and the Usui history and happenings. At the website I pointed to there is a section on bowl history. It states that some were used for food, etc. I do not think that was a use here. I sense rituals. I wish i could place a sound file so that you all could hear. This bowl is very close in freq to mine nd it looks similar

bowl sound

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

I looked into japanese funeral rites and one of them is to place a knife on the body. I think that was used to strike the bowl and I also feel its was a prized possession of the guy.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
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Wow. This is so awesome!. I love it. I knew It was a special bowl when I picked it based on frequency. I also asked using a pendulum a bunch of questions before I spent the $. At the time it was a lot for me but somehow I had it. In the Japanese Shinto religion priests and priestesses wear red, white for their garb. Peace? I think I'll offer its frequencies and vibration for that also.

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Anyone pick up anything on the owner before the Japanese? Buddhism, Shinto and Reiki all go together in this bowl. The Shinto Priestess used it for Peace I would love to know her name Considering the time frame and the War, I can see that. I'm going to look up for the recording of its sound. It is super rich in harmonics. When you rub the outside with a stick you get a different sound and it just changes half way.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

Agreed. I printed the Japanese kanji for Honor and Peace and made an offering to the lady and her husband. Rang it 3 times and burned an Aloeswood incense. Then I burned the letters and asked it be taken to them as an acknowledgment and giving thanks for their service. I think they are pleased.

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Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
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3 years ago
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I got a tiny, older Buddhist monk wearing a dark orange robe. He has dark hair, but is mostly bald with a bad combover. I do not understand why his head is not shaved. Is there a sect which does not require that? He is bending over the bowl, where it sits on a black lacquered shelf a bit below his waist, in a row of shelves from floor to ceiling. He is holding a polished stick in his hand that is the size of about 3 chopsticks, but not as long. I am not sure what it is for. I feel a country west of Japan in SE Asia, but one that was not called by the same name as it is now. It's very hot. I feel it's his job to care for it. It is a revered object.

The only name I see is Sheieko (phonetically pronounced Shyco). Not sure if that is male or female, but it feels female.

Sorry, that is all I'm getting.

P.S. The outfit in your photo is a lot like my lightworker garb. I never thought about the significance of the colors until now.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

I got it about 8 mths ago and I selected it due to the freq it rang at. The guy who sold it has no way to date it , but I have you guys and gals. I know lots more now and expect to know more.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

1st page under blow sound.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
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Hi Robin,

Could be Mongolia, but I was leaning more towards Siam or Burma.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

These sticks are usually used to play these bowls

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Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

To further explore the 13th Dalai Lama angle. Here is his picture

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Thubten Gyatso 1876-1933. That puts the bowl over 100 years old. Many gifts are usually given to these guys all the time. Maybe it was such a gift. I wonder what he used it for? Most likely the Japanese couple got it as a gift from him. It would explain their reverence for it. Also offerings such as food or liquids may have been used. I used it to burn the kanji as a message to them. But it does show signs of extensive use. I doubt it was rubbed on the rim a lot and that is a way to play these bows. Most likely it was lightly struck on the edge.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

How about this Cat?


Meaning of "Seiko"
Japanese name

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In Japanese, the name Seiko means - force, truth.The name Seiko originated as an Japanese name. The name Seiko is a unisex name and can be used for a boy or girl name (male or female).


Japanese Name Meaning -force, truth


Origin -Japan



Read more:http://www.meaning-of-names.com/japanese-names/seiko.asp#ixzz3kD3ev1YC

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

After thinking about it this weekend and the awesome electrical storm on early sunday morning, lots of very powerful discharges. I thought my windows would break and could not sleep all night, non stop lightning. Hurricane Erika broke over Florida and we are at the root chakra of the Nation. So the USA is being cleansed with lightning.

Here is what I gather.Thubten Gyatso may have initially owned it but I do not feel as if he did much with it. After all those guys do not have any special powers or anything other than being leaders of the yellow or the red hats. Now, in comes the japanese people... they put it to good use. But there is a huge gap of time from the japanese time and when I got it. If they were old by the pre-war times, then there could be a time of about 50 years or so that we know little about. Sometimes these bowls go into storage for long times and low frequency people just use them for mundane tasks not really knowing what they have. I play it most days and offer the frequencies for the DNA repair of the Earth during this very exciting time.

This weekend I made a special storage box for it. I lined it with red and white felt and painted it gold on the outside. No metal used and the hinges are all leather. On the bottom, I started a legend of owners based on what we have discovered here. I do know this bowl is on a journey of sorts and I intend to take care of it and send it off when the time is right. I am just its care taker for now.

I also know that you can place things in it and charged them. I have done this with crystals and water, but no water on this one. I must try it sometimes. I also feel as it it can be used for healing but mainly to raise vibration which may have been its main purpose. I sort of picked it because of sympathetic harmonics based on DNA repair solfeggio frequencies (528 hz) and of course the shift energies. This bowl main frequency is about 535 hrtz or 7 over that. I have seen the latest bunch of energy waves from the shift and it is golden in color and it moves as if alive and intelligent. Beautiful.

Here are some clips of how modern bowls are made. It does not feel these people are doing anything than just making bowls for $.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn7OxrW8Sp4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AitNOBvYNVk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeUxAl-USck

Some newer bowls are made from melted quartz and that is an offshoot of the semiconductor industry. Some people use these while dressing up in strange costumes while playing them in mountains, etc. I just don't know about that. I know one little scrawny guy that is unpretentious that does these crystal bowls with a purpose and he is really good. He makes videos all the time. I work with him in Reiki healing sessions and he is genuine.

https://www.youtube.com/user/jshlackm

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

It appears that we have reached the end of what can be revealed on this bowl. i want to thank all that have participated. It certainly has increased by far my understanding of this little object that has meant so much to others. I specially liked the Japanese story by leaps and bounds. I will leave this open just in case others may wish to comment. Lets see who will be next?

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts
Very interesting. A fisherman could not have had lots of $. So it must have been a gift. It does sound like he used it lots. It seems this bowl picks its caretakers based on need. I need to find out which one is mine. I did buy it so it was no gift and the guy that sold it was a temp owner until sold. So we have 2 more owners now. I wish you could hold it and play it to fully appreciate it.
Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

The last pic is while it is resonating.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,306 posts

What does a "splaying stick" look like?

A couple pages ago I posted that I saw a monk owner using a stick on it about 3 diameters of a chopstick but a little shorter. Would that fit?

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts
3rd page bottom is a pic.the sound is different based on the stick used and how is struck. Also by placing it close to the mouth you can resonate other notes. Usually just rubbing the stick on the outside gets it going and then it switches to a higher freq. It does have lots of harmonics but the base is about 535 htz. I have 3 sticks. Hard wood cotton and leather.maybe I could charge some water and mail it.
Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
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The stick I saw looked like the one on the far right, but the lighter color of the one just to the left of it.

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
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Robin,

Julie has been dealing with serious family health issues for a long time and that is why she is not here. I'm sure she'd love to be here and we all miss her. Maybe we could send her some prayers......

C. Cat

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

I contacted the guy who sold me the bowl, Ryan. This is what he added "I first saw the bowl in Nepal 2014. it had been brought there by a collector who probably bought it that summer, most likely from the lowlands. Your bowl has a two character inscription on it which may help with identification."

So we have the general area correct. As I stated, the characters were close to some burmese characters but not quite.. Must be a dialect then. Collectors usually buy from families. I suspect the fisherman died and his family not having lots of $ sold it. One more piece of the puzzle.

What we have found may be taken as fiction by some. I have no doubt as we deal with talented people.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
926 posts

I charged a little but of water today. I cleaned the inside well and dried it. Then I put a very thin layer of petroleum jelly to isolate the metal from the water. I felt a little bit of indigestion but is soon disappeared. I think I'll try to charge it a different way by placing a plastic bottle inside and then striking the outside. The freq is DNA repair. We;ll see.

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