Should a Christian Get Involved With Tibetan/Himalayan Singing Bowls?

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R&B singer Jhene Aiko with her singing bowl. She needs Jesus!



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It’s interesting she collaborates her use of the Tibetan Bowl with crystals. In the New Age, crystals are popular but can be spiritually dangerous. Crystals have no power but are merely vehicles through which (demonic) spirits may choose to work

There seems to be a growing trend in the New Age movement, and it is the use of Tibetan singing bowls (also called Himalayan bowls) for relaxation. Popular R&B singers Jhene Aiko and SZA claim sound bowls are a secret weapon for healing. Other people use Tibetan singing bowls for music making, meditation, and for “personal spirituality.”

The use of Tibetan bowls is drawn from Tibetan Buddhism (which includes the animistic Bon religion), Taoism, and Hinduism. At least that is what some have claimed. Some researchers have denied it came from Tibet. Some say the true origin of the Tibetan singing bowls may only date back to the 1970s. Whatever the case, it certainly is of the demonic New Age movement.


An article reads about how Tibetan singing bowls are used:

Tibetan bowls, which are metal, release two frequencies. Striking them at the rim, rather than the bottom of the bowl, will produce different notes which emit different frequencies. Crystal bowls, like the ones Aiko uses on Chilombo, vary depending on which gems are infused in their glass. Most bowls are infused with crystal quartz, which is said to help restore energy, but when SZA wants to feel cleansed, she reaches for her selenite bowl, and when she wants to feel loved, she grabs a bowl infused with morganite.

One mainstream news source reports of its supposed benefits:

Never heard of the ancient sound-healing practice? The relaxing musical presentations, which predate Christ and have been scientifically linked to reductions in stress and anxiety, are becoming more popular in the United States, likely linked to the country’s increased interest in health, wellness, meditation and mindfulness.

[Note: When you read buzzwords such as frequencies, vibrations, mindfulness, wellness, etc. Watch out! It could be something of the New Age.]

Science proves it reduces stress and anxiety, right? I don’t know if it is conclusive. But even if it actually does reduce stress and anxiety, so does use of certain street drugs. Just because it may benefit in some aspect doesn’t mean it is without harm in others.

Now, I am not claiming that getting involved with Tibetan singing bowls can open oneself to demonization. I have yet to encounter a person who has been demonized as a result of using it. However, since it seems to be gaining popularity in the New Age movement and possibly has its roots in Eastern Religions – all deceptions of satan – it should be avoided. One who is involved with Tibetan bowls is probably also involved in other New Age related practices such as New Age Meditation and New Age Crystals, which can possibly lead to demonization. Since those involved in the New Age movement are being led by deceiving spirits, it would be wise to avoid whatever trendy practice they have. It may be that singing bowls are without spiritual effects, but why take the risk? There are so many other ways to relax (have you tried taking a walk in the park?).

If a non-Christian is reading this, know that the only-begotten Son of God, Jesus Christ, who manifested in the flesh and is one with the Heavenly Father, and is fully God and fully Man. Jesus willingly took on the suffering and penalty for sins on the cross, bodily resurrected and ascended to God the Father. Forgiveness and peace with God is offered to all who believe in him.

If you don’t know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, you can receive Him into your heart, and He can deliver you from darkness and sin and have your name written in His Book of Life.

If you are sincere, you can say this simple prayer to the Father (it doesn’t have to be word for word):

“God, I recognize that I have not lived my life for You up until now. I have been living for myself and that is wrong. Please forgive me of all of my sins just as I forgive others. I need You in my life; I want You in my life. I acknowledge the completed work of Your only begotten Son Jesus Christ in giving His life for me on the cross, I believe in my heart Jesus is Lord and was raised from the dead and I long to receive the forgiveness you have made freely available to me through this sacrifice. Come into my life now, Lord. Take up residence in my heart and be my king, my Lord, and my Savior. From this day forward, I will no longer be controlled by sin, or the desire to please myself, but I will follow You all the days of my life. Those days are in Your hands. I ask this in the Lord and GOD Jesus’ precious and holy name. Amen.”

15 thoughts on “Should a Christian Get Involved With Tibetan/Himalayan Singing Bowls?

  1. Jennifer

    I think we need to alway evaluate and consult the scriptures and search our hearts and not go into situations blindly.
    Are singing bowls themselves evil? Or is it the intention and the heart? We need to be careful and not get into situations that could lead us from Him. It is a harder road for sure. Awareness and discernment is so important.


    1. Jessie

      If God created everything, why would His crystals be demonic? I feel He left things for us to have to help us through life but also through Him.


      1. David

        God created it alright, but He did not put them in singing bowls, He put them in the earth for His purpose, whether that be for the earths resonant frequency and balance or whatever we can never know the mysteries of God. But for humans to manipulate his creation to communicate with the spirit world is not Biblical, it’s evil doctrine because it is self religious and does not glorify God. The only One we need is Jesus Christ He can give you so much more than any man made bowl can, or the spirit channeled thereby. Do not be deceived. Earthly elemental spirits are not God, if you look to them you are putting it before God and will be held accountable.


        1. When you say “He did not put them in singing bowls”, what are you referring to when you say “them”? If the bowl was possibly made for earth’s balance in some way, a human still has to create/form the bowl and create the motion with an object around the bowl to emit the sound. Whether they use that sound for music or for relaxation, the intention of creating that sound is the key part here.


        2. B

          Make a joyful noise onto the Lord. Use all instruments to celebrate the Lord. It’s this type of twisting the Bible scriptures that sends people running from Christianity and straight to Atheism which means they are out there with no protection. How about play your bowls and whisper Jesus, Jesus, JESUS. Prejudice and Racism in disguise. Being raised Catholic ran me away until I found that non-denominational was a way to worship and study our Lord. Be careful what you preach. Crystals are part of the Earth. Is anyone worshipping the crystals? Over reaching scaring folks away from God and straight to Satan. Please do extensive research. God has his way to reach us all. Jerusalem his chosen place and people, yet they are going to hell for not believing that Jesus is the savior….. don’t you think that God is going to work that out. You need to worry about the folks who think Trump was sent by God to tear up the Capitol. Pray for them in everyway possible. Amen


  2. Sam

    Gosh I just like the soothing sound why is this wrong ?? Is listening to one pure tone to ease your mind demonic. You may as well say listening to Mozart or Bach to relax is demonic. SMH


    1. Menorah

      All the people that say Crystal’s are demonic stress me out. Heaven is made of Crystal’s and stones, it’s literally the intention and use that causes an issue not the rock 🤦‍♀️ I am looking into the bowls to play with my kids and it seems it’s the same deal. As long as we arent using then the wrong way it’s just another instrument.


  3. Anonymous

    I tried music from bowls, mind reading, telekinesis, astroprojection …..all in the dream of wanting to be special ! But, when I asked God to give me His Holy Spirit’s wisdom and help me apply His knowledge to be more like Jesus in all my mind, body and actions, I became a real adopted Child of God with a truly satisfying purpose , knowing I belong more-and-more

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      1. A.M

        J.Williams you can’t judge a persons personal walk with God. Remember “judge ye not”….You’re judging a musical artist who you don’t even know or never will. Everyone needs Jesus.


  4. Shaz

    This article states again and again, “New age bad” but there is not one example of how or why they are pathways of demons. Buzzwords bad, such as frequencies, vibrations, mindfulness, wellness”. Why?? There is not one word explaining why these could not lead to Jesus. This article is, at best, lazy writing, rewritten hash with zero substance. It is meant to reassure the fundamentalist and to spread a false alarm across the land. My favorite sentence is, “But even if it actually does reduce stress and anxiety, so does use of certain street drugs. Just because it may benefit in some aspect doesn’t mean it is without harm in others.” Well, following Jesus also reduces stress and anxiety. Is the author equating Jesus to street drugs? Do some homework, get some facts, write from your bias if you must but at least give us some truth in your next article.


  5. Veronica

    This is the first time I’ve heard of this. My daughter told me about it. I listen to music while I sleep, and I found music on YouTube that was supposed to relieve anxiety, stress, etc. I listened to it for 2 nights. On the second night, I had two nightmares – which I usually do not have. After waking up, I began praying and the Holy Spirit revealed to me that it was the music I was listening to so I changed it back to the music I usually listen to at night. When I showed my daughter the video, she told me it was bowl music. I know I will never play this music ever again. I will stick with my worship music.

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