Today, bowls and tingshaws are used for both diagnosis and the treatment of trauma, be it physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. Their resonating tone changes as they are moved and sounded over your body, indicating blocks in a your energy field. Once the energetic blocks have been identified, the vibrational sound waves produced by the instruments are used to clear and re-balance the energy in your body. Marie uses her intuition as well as her nursing knowledge working with her bowls, sounding them over specific spots to direct the healing vibrations into the energetic block.

Marie uses Tibetan Singing Bowls and tingshaws to channel Vibrational Healing.Known as the Himalayan Sacred Sound Instruments, they were used in ceremonies, meditation and healings. The bowls, themselves originated in ancient India, then found their way into the Himalayan Mountains, to Tibet, Napal and Butan. It is believed that Tibetan Shamans breathed prayers into the bowls as they made them, pounding them with hammers to shape them into the different sizes and shapes to produce the desired tones and pitches of these wonderous instruments.

Learn the therapeutic art of sound-healing. Classes by Marie Menut, RN a multidimensional healer, who has had training and experience in hands-on healing, Therapeutic Touch, Healing Touch, Energetic Healing, and is a Reiki Master. She is also a Chaplain and Grief Counselor. Marie has discovered that the vibrations of these Himalayan Sacred Sound Instruments reach the very cells of your body, stimulating them to their optimal rate, thereby healing them, and indeed your whole body.


by | Oct 29, 2015 |

Connecticut Valley Hospital patients use alternative treatments for relaxation, coping

marie menut performs sound healing singing bowls in connecticut valley hospital for man in zero gravity chair

CATHERINE AVALONE — THE MIDDLETOWN PRESS Marie Menut, R.N., a vibrational healer from East Hartford, uses Tibetan singing bowls on staff and patients attending the 2012 Connecticut Valley Hospital Health Fair in this file photo. The singing bowls create a sound that is believed to improve physical, spiritual and emotional being. “Each metal vibrates at its own rate,” Menut said, “and cells of our body relax to the vibration and react to the optimum rate.”

By Alex Gecan, The Middletown Press

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