The study on Tibetan singing bowl meditation explored its impact on the well-being of sixty-two participants with an average age of 49.7 years. The participants engaged in this ancient form of sound meditation, known for its resonant tones and deep-rooted traditions. Post-meditation, individuals reported significant reductions in tension, anger, fatigue, and depressed mood (all Ps < .001), showcasing the potential of Tibetan singing bowl meditation in alleviating various emotional states. Intriguingly, those new to this meditation experienced a more pronounced reduction in tension compared to seasoned practitioners (P < .001).
Beyond emotional realms, the study unveiled a universal increase in feelings of spiritual well-being for all participants (P < .001). This suggests that Tibetan singing bowl meditation not only positively influences emotional states but also contributes to a heightened sense of spiritual connectedness. In essence, the study indicates that Tibetan singing bowl meditation serves as a low-cost, accessible intervention with the potential to enhance emotional well-being and foster a deeper connection to spirituality, especially beneficial for those new to this ancient practice.