Dorje Bells to invoke the goddess and call you to ritual


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This listing is for those of you enrolled in my Magical Sabbatical class. To learn more about the classes I offer and to register, click here. Bells are a special and important magical tool; one which everyone who practices ritual or holds sacred space needs to use . I have these beautiful brass Tibetan dorje bells to offer you, so you may play them in your sacred space to consecrate energies there and invoke positive vibrations. The dorje comes from the Tibetan word that connotes both “thunderbolt” and “diamond,” both representing  irresistible force and indestructibility. It is a symbolic ritual tool which originated in India, then spread to other parts of Asia, embodying the union of compassion and wisdom.

In Wiccan as well as other traditions, the bell is used for invocation and banishment. The ringing sound has been said to drive away negativity and evil spirits. Bells are also Divine Feminine symbols of Chi, or life force energy, and can be used to call upon the Goddess during ritual. The bell can be rung at the start or end of a ceremony to clear any unwanted energies.

You can also use these bells to protect your home from negative influences, and to promote a peaceful environment of only high vibrations and spirits. This bell resonates with a clear, loud, and high pitch.

This listing is for one (1) Tibetan Dorje bell, approximately 4” in size, which will come gift boxed and wrapped.

Blessings of healing sound energy,


SKU: Sabb-DorgiBell
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Weight .4 lbs

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