The REIKI Gong Timer
The Reiki Gong Timer was especially developed for the training and practice of Reiki.
The Reiki Gong Timer enables you to practice to the sound of the gong or bell without thinking of time. Indeed 3 chimes signal the beginning and the end of your session.
Then you can set the timer so that a chime is played at regular intervals to remind you of the passing of time. It also provides a signal to change the position of your hands.
Naturally, the Reiki Gong Timer does not aim at replacing the importance of the practitioner's touch and feel, but helps keep track of the time spent on each hand position. Freeing the attention from the preoccupation of time, it opens the way to more presence and receptivity.
With the AUDIO version, you will also be able to play your own downloaded sound tracks (guided meditations, meditation music, natural sounds, etc.) thanks to the micro-SD card input.
Beautiful and elegant
The wooden part of the Reiki Gong Timer is entirely handmade of solid sycamore wood simply polished. Our manufacturing process respects sustainable development.
The sycamore belongs to the maple family. It is a valued hardwood, homogeneous and of clear, ivory color.
Shape and engraving
The Reiki Gong Timer is built to the exact proportions of the Kheops pyramid, which is considered as a source of powerful energy and stability. It measures 5.3 inches (13.5 cm) along its base.
The engraved symbol is the Japonese character for Rei-ki and its transcription.
Simple and easy
Discreetly placed under the pyramid, an LCD screen and soft-touch buttons make the setting of your selections both simple and extremely precise: total duration of the session (up to 3 hours); duration of the intervals; a choice of 4 different sounds (dordje, bell, low-pitched or medium-pitched gongs) and volume (from 1 to 10).
To download the full Instructions, click here.
The 4 chimes of the Reiki Gong Timer
The sounds of the Reiki Gong Timer have been digitally recorded for the purest quality.
The volume is adjustable (10 settings).
To listen to the 4 different sounds: