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In the Kundalini Yoga, the sound of bell energizes Chakras and balances the distribution of energy in body. Tibetan bells comes along with Dorje(Vajra) where bells are use for practice energy and Vajra are use to stop negative energy.
Bells(also call Ghanta in Sanskriti and Drilbu in Tibetan) is a Brass or Bronze ritual instrument with cone shape using in hinduism as well as buddhism which produce an auspicious sound. Inside of cone there is clapper attached from inside. When bell is shaked or waved clapper stricks and produce auspicious and musical sound.
Bells in Hinduism use for pray and offerings in temple. Large size bells are hanged in the gate to ring before enter and small handy bells use while pray and waveing the light. In buddhism bells are use in the monasteries for pray and meditation. In the Kundalini Yoga, the sound of bell energizes Chakras and balances the distribution of energy in body.
Tibetan bells comes along with Dorje(Vajra) where bells are use for practice of energy and vajra are use to stop negative energy. These are sacred ritual objects used by Tibatan lamas. The bell is rarely seen without the Dorjé as they have a symbolic mystical unity. The main aim of Sound (bell) be it through instrument, prayer or mantra, with its counterbalance of Silence (Dorjé), is to harness the numinous experience & realization of the whole.
Alchemy happens metaphorically when the feminine principle (the bell) comes into unity with the masculine principle (the Dorjé). The female, yoni, lotus, bell, wisdom principle is ‘fertilized’ by the skilled method of indestructible, diamond-like, thunderbolt, male energy. When these come into unity the tantric energy transmutes itself into the pristine condition, the Paradise Garden, the sanctum santorum, the enlightened condition.