I stay next to a Hindu temple dedicated to goddess Kali. On its rooftop, there is a gigantic bell. The bell is rang every morning at 8am, at noon time and around 6pm. Each session lasting a good 12 minutes. Is there a good reason for such loud and long lasting chime? I need to know the background behind the din because it affects the tranquility of my neighborhood and I wanted to talk to the temple people to seek a peaceful resolution.
Ringing a bell produces auspicious sound which cancels the negative vibrations around us, if present.
It is also used to match our body's natural frequency and the specific vibration in the Sun's Coronal loops (found by human race till now scientifically. Should be present everywhere).
Also during Aarti, the bell, drum and conch are sounded to drown other worldly disturbances, calm one’s thoughts and to facilitate one’s senses and mind to focus on god.
The unique sound of bell removes tension and negativity from our mind and creates unity of our left and right brain.
Bell produces sharp echo sound which activates seven healing centres or chakras in your body as it does during meditation.
It produces sound of “OM” which is actually the sound of universe. This attract all positive cosmic energies from the atmosphere which will help us live better.