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All our singing bowls were hand-hammered in Nepal crafted by local people each with a handwritten mantra inscribe. Crafted traditionally with 7 metals, these bowls are consistent and very easy to use and offer solid frequencies when played in rotation and struck. Each bowl is individually checked for standard and predominant note range consistent with rotational use. Bowls include a hammer as pictured.
Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for approximately 2,500 years to stimulate and modulate brainwaves for healing and meditation purposes.
Vibrations from Tibetan singing bowls cause the body to resonate it's own and produce the binaural alpha waves that are present in the brain in deep relaxation. The sounds they emit work as a type of energy medicine that has been known to heal pain, depression, and stress disorders (see more below).
Inventory: Limited Quantity. We sell out often. Please consider getting two or more. Get one for yourself or your friends/family who practices meditation, yoga, holistic sound healing.
1. The bowl sings very easily and produces rich, harmonic and soothing sound that lasts for a long duration.
2. These singing bowls have been used for meditation, music, relaxation, personal well being, healing energy, and chakra creation, etc.
3. Singing bowls are used in health care by psychotherapists, massage therapists, cancer, and stress and meditation specialists and Reiki Practitioners.
Item: Tibetan Singing Bowl
Material: Brass + Wooden hammer + plush cushion
Theme: Buddhism, Meditation
Regional Feature: Tibet
1x Hand hammer
- Reduce stress and anxiety significantly.
- Lower anger and blood pressure.
- Improve circulation and increases blood flow.
- Deep relaxation and pain relief.
- Chakra balancing.
- Increase mental and emotional clarity.
- Promote stillness, happiness and well-being.
HOW TO PLAY A SINGING BOWL?
This is a brief description of the playing technique called "Around the rim" technique.
- Place your singing bowl on the palm of your hand.
- With the tips of the fingers of your other hand pointing down, grasp the mallet.
- Apply even pressure, while rubbing the mallet in a clockwise or anticlockwise (traditionally non-Buddhist) direction on the rim. You should always use the outside edge of the rim.
- Don't use just your wrist, let your entire right arm move around the rim.
- Now you should hear a sound. If it sounds odd or out of phase, change the speed. Speed up or slow down to let the sound form slowly and naturally.