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The Singing Bowl…

bowl

It starts with a hum

and slowly builds into a wave

that washes over

your mind, body and soul.

A singing bowl really does sing to you.

It takes a certain pace,

a restrained rhythm

all working in sync

to make this music.

The best way to play it

is to surrender.

Close your eyes

and let your heart

guide your hand.

The sound grows,

the rhythm builds

and there’s peace

all around you.

The calming notes of the singing bowl

linger on

even after your hand has stopped.

To teach you

harmony

between heart and mind.

To teach

that the impact of what you do today

shall remain

even after you are gone.

Supriya is talkative, funny, crazy, positive, a believer, a thinker, an RJ, a voice-over artist, a daughter, a mother! She loves smiles and sunshine and knows that if you really believe in something, it’s all yours! Working with radio for over nine years has taught her a lot, as a person and a professional. The importance of time, of words, of thoughts and of what all of this means to the other person. She takes nothing for granted and is grateful for life and honestly considers “thank you” to be the most powerful phrase ever.  She blogs at http://thought-pitara.blogspot.in/

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