Wind chimes - Wind gongs - Windbells
The wind makes its own music, and it plays on every movable instrument, from the drum-like sounds of shutters on the windows to the hollow sounds of glass bottles. But wind chimes are something special - a wind organ is specifically meant to be played by the wind.
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Wind chimes, wind gongs and wind bells can be found at De Goudsbloem in a large variation of these beautiful instruments, with a large variation in beautiful sounds and materials, mainly aluminum (in alloy with other metals) and bamboo wind chimes emphasize silence in strong contrast; they create a soothing atmosphere for both in and around the house. There are even outside wind chimes tuned in specific tone series or based on a medieval scale, which can create a very special atmosphere.
Origin of wind chimes – wind gongs – wind bells
Originally they are based on the reitaku, Indian wind bells that were hung on the corners of temples. In the distant past, their sounds prompted Zen master Sanghanandi to wonder: do the bells sound, or does the wind itself sound?
As inspiration for peaceful meditation or deep Zen contemplation, there is nothing comparable to the sounds of a wind chimes.
Wind chimes and Feng Shui
In the Feng Shui there are a number of guidelines for the place to hang wind chimes: the material from which they are made, the number of tubes, bars or bubbles, and the symbols in the design. Always make sure that the material and the Feng Shui element correspond to the Bagua element of the place where you want to hang it. A metal wind chimes can be placed in the west, northwest and north, while a wooden or bamboo wind chimes can best hang in the east, southeast and south of the house or space.
This wind chime with Rudraksha seeds, three small bells and symbol of the flower of life looks beautiful. The bells have a clear sound.