Tibetan Space Clearing Cleansing BellThis item is used for dispersing negative chi with its harmonizing bell sounds when used. Great to use often within your home or work area to cleanse your surroundings of any chi that is not beneficial to you. The bell is also said to cleanse your whole body/spirit of negativity. At the top of the bell is a Darajuh, a mystical weapon used to combat evil entities which strengthens the power of this item. This item is a personal favorite and have my own personal tibetan cleansing bell to use at home and office to enjoy its beneficial effects.
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