Head-Tilting Dog Has Its Mind Blown By A Tibetan Singing Bowl19s

Head-Tilting Dog Has Its Mind Blown By A Tibetan Singing Bowl

Two dogs on a bed with a singing bowl. Their heads perk up as soon as they hear the first sound. One of the pups seems mesmerized as he tilts his head back and forth seeking to identify this new piercing sound. If you're unfamiliar with the Tibetan singing bowl , you may be cocking your head like the dogs while watching this video! Let us answer your questions. A singing bowl is an ancient instrument used for entertainment, meditation, and healing. The high pitch hum you are hearing exemplifies the range of sound singing bowls are capable of creating. This vibration may be used to realign the frequencies of the body which helps heal out harmoniously parts of the body which cause discomfort, and disease. Singing bowls affect the mind, body, and, soul. Many dogs react when they hear a high pitch sound. Some dogs even howl or begin to sing! So, you can just imagine the effects singing bowls have on dogs. The pups in this video are only an example and react quite minorly compared to some of our other canine family members. Don't worry. Singing bowls won’t hurt the dogs’ ears. Just as humans, dogs’ ears can handle these sounds. Dogs have amazing hearing capabilities and singing bowls do not have any negative effect. In fact, they may have just the opposite! Just as singing bowls have been used for centuries to heal humans, animals such as dogs and horses also retain a great benefit from the vibratory sounds of this instrument. Singing bowls may help dogs who suffer from high levels or anxiety. They also provide an extraordinary distraction if your dog is focused is on something. Singing bowls may also be used to perk your dog's attention when training. Bowls also have extraordinary calming effects and reduce pain ailments in animals. To accurately heal your dog with a singing bowl, it is important to study the energy centers of animals. Start by playing your bowl for yourself and see how your dog reacts! In this video, one of the dogs jumps down within minutes of retaining the sounds he hears. In this case, we would think that the dog is initially curious but then afraid because he does not understand the workings of the singing bowl just yet. It may take your dog time to adjust to this new instrument, but once he or she does, the benefits are outstanding. The second dog in this video seems much more open to the healing frequencies provided. He doesn't get up or seemingly react to the bowl. This pup is ready for some entertaining treatment! Think about the effects of the sound we have discussed in this article. Animals are so sensitive to this form of vibration and it is something that we need to be aware of. Just because a singing bowl won't hurt your dog's ears, does not mean that loud pounding music doesn't disturb them. Singing bowls are about vibration, not loudness. So what are you waiting for! Your dog's chakras are just waiting to be balanced!

Published: October 16, 2018260 plays$0.47 earned
Scuba Divers Spend A Whale Of Time Feeding Sea Turtle53s

Scuba Divers Spend A Whale Of Time Feeding Sea Turtle

Scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef is admittedly on virtually any diver's bucket list - and rightfully so. While the Great Barrier Reef is indeed the largest reef system in the world, it is also one of the healthiest making for the diving of a lifetime. We always hear people exclaiming about their wonderful encounters with dolphins, and the feeling that they seem to sense you, watch you and enjoy you as much as you enjoy them. Well the same can be said about turtles. Their gracefulness, sometimes playfulness and curiosity make them a much sought after sight on the Great Barrier Reef. These lucky people get to feed a sea turtle while in the Great Barrier Reef during a scuba dive . The turtle, which has got a large shell also known as carapace, four strong, paddle-like flippers, enjoys the feeding time and would not leave the divers alone. It stayed with them for a good 15 minutes. How amazing is that! The turtle uses its beak-like mouth so it can shear or crush food. Since it is being fed with seaweed and algae, it is herbivore and it needs to eat a lot of it every day because it isn’t much of an intake. The turtle gets its food by scraping algae off rocks with its flippers. Nature made its slightly jagged jaw appropriate for eating plants. These divers help the turtle take the necessary food quantity in this turquoise blue water with fantastic visibility surrounded at the same time with corals that thrive in the climates with warm temperatures year round. The Great Barrier Reef is a home to six out of the seven existent species of sea turtles.

Published: March 28, 20181,100 plays$2.74 earned