About The Founder Of Bells Of Bliss

From the founder of Bells Of Bliss / Tibetan (Himalayan) singing bowls webstore and Sound Medicine Academy

My name is Guy Yair Beider. In 2007 I was introduced to the sound of Himalayan singing bowls. This experience has literally changed my life. It impressed me so much, that I decided to dedicate a significant part of my life learning all about the singing bowls. Nine years later I became the founder of Bells of Bliss.

Thank you for giving me a chance to offer you the highest quality sound bowls and to share with you my experience. The singing bowl may very well change for good some aspects of your life. It could be a valuable present for your loved ones, or you may simply want to invest in antique items that are becoming rare and more difficult to find from year to year. Singing bowls raise in value approximately ten percent every year.  

Bells of Bliss is a project that I came to after I realized that there is a large demand for what people call Tibetan singing bowls and little knowledge about the real origins and how to utilize singing bowls correctly.

I am disappointed reading the lies that many dealers spread about singing bowls, such as describing machine-made singing bowl as a "seven metal antique Tibetan bowl" or the "chakra singing bowl". In response to this, I offer you the educational section free Singing Bowls Class

Thank you for your trust and for allowing me to share with you the knowledge that I’ve gained over the years of dedicated work. My agenda is to give you the opportunity to experience the beauty of the sound, to go to your depths by opening yourself to the sonic harmony. I also offer you practical tips and food for thought. I would ask you to refer to your own heart and logic when you read my articles before you make a decision to believe what I say. I learn so much every time I examine a new singing bowl, and I still receive new impressions and energies while working with people.

There are some very valuable points of the practice that I picked up from my personal research, and extensive work with the instruments. My personal understanding of the mental, emotional and spiritual responses that sonic patterns evoke, I’ve gained largely through working with Amazonian healers and sacred plants. My approach to sound healing modalities and singing bowls is based on a combination of scientific and intuitive work.

Tibetan Singing bowl teacher