Saturday, 30 July 2016

The Singing Bowl (Hing) Magic Usage

Some people might call this a singing bowl, but stick to the original Chinese name "Hing" 磬. It is a bowl that produces a very nice vibrating and echoing "ding" or "dung..." sound. Buddhism and Taoism or even other religious paths also uses it for their own purpose, but to be honest, it's just a musical instrument, like a flute, or a drum, a bell, anyone can use it. In this post, we will be introducing our way of using the "hing" instrument in saam law sun gung magic.

To put it short, the main usage of the "hing" is to 清 "ching" things to somewhere, but what is "ching"? This is a Chinese word that even Chinese people might not be able to define it properly, because we use it all the time and no one really dig into what this single word means. We use if in combination with other words all the time such as Ching Sui 清水 meaning clean water, Ching Geet 清潔 meaning to do cleaning, or Ching Jing 清淨 which usually is interpreted as "cleansing", which is not right.

The word Ching 清 means to have all the elements and actions gathered up, and then remove something to another place and have it transferred from one destination to another and continue its next journey or process. To "Ching" something away from the table and to the kitchen, is to remove all the things from the table and put it into the kitchen, you do not have to clean it up or wash it. Basically, it is like to remove, or to transport, and not to "clean".

Ching Sui 清水 is usually interpreted as clean water, because it is water that has been removed from polluted water and there goes "just" the water. The water got removed from the impurities, and you are left with your H2O.

Ching Geet 清潔 is usually interpreted as cleaning up, because during the job, you usually have to remove things from one place to another and tidy it up. Garbage goes to the bin, books go to the shelves, etc,.

Ching Jing 清淨 is a big topic and therefore we need a video lecture to have it explained thoroughly. Let's enjoy a lecture first.
 After you have learned and understands what the real meaning of "Ching" is, we can now get into the Hing instrument!  The Hing is a black metal bowl. A bowl, is a storage space, you can put things in it and store it up. When you hit the bowl, it produces a sound, and vibrates its wall to transmit energy through all the surfaces of the container. For magic, we make use of this property and utilize it to do magic work that corresponds to this property.

When we need to store things into a dimension, such as to store our energy into the altar, we use the hing to help us push it through, and store it up into the altar's storage. When we burn incense, the incense is loaded with spells and power, but the energy is diffused or spread out, like fog or cloud form, and it doesn't get stored "into" the altar. The cloud of energy will stay and slowly soak into things, but it won't really shoot into the altar's dimension 6 or dimension 1 unless you can do work to forcefully push it in and store it up.  Therefore, we have this tool to help us push the energy through and "ching" it into the deeper dimensions. It's sort of like an "enter" button for the altar.

The altar is a powerful device, but if you do not upgrade it with different features and tools, it cannot do much for you, and maybe even lacking the ability to do certain things. That is why we have tools in life!  We cannot just do everything by hand!  Our hands are powerful, but they can do more with proper tools around. Same to magic, we need tools to do certain things and make something possible.

Every time we do incense, food uploading, and such, we must use the "hing" to finalize the "send" action and have things sent over to the dimension6 and dimension1. Sometimes, we can use the hing to get things sent out of the altar and to another person's altar or body too. The hing is like a "send" button or "enter" key for the altar.

Hitting the hing with the stick once or twice or more will change the properties of the command. Send the message so it can acknowledge your command, or send it so it can start working?  Or you want to send a command so it will depart your altar? Or you are just trying to send a message to the altar to make it finish up everything it is doing now and so you can close the altar right away. There are many things and reasons to use the hing, which requires a strong foundation of the theory of the nine steps to creations. This theory is how nature's principle works with its cycle of creation. If you can understand the numbers well, you can then use it to communicate with your altar and be able to execute the proper and correct command that does the job you need it to do.

The hing can also be used for many magical workings, and it doesn't only ching to your altar's storage. Sometimes you will just need to ching some magic out fro your altar to someone else's altar to provide help or assistance, then you also need to "ching" everything from your altar and out the altar to start travelling to the destination.

Not only that we will hit the hing with a stick to produce sound, but sometimes we can even fill it up with water, burn FUs into it, or put water in there and burn a floating candle in there, etc,. The variations of how we can use this hing tool is unlimited, and it is just like saying we have a drill, and how you use the drill is up to you to create or find out. You can even use a drill to eat corn, if you know what I mean. LOL!