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• Singing bowls is a type of dharma vessel, specifically classified as a standing bell, also known as Tibetan singing bowls, or Himalayan bowls. This Buddhist ritual implement is one of the ancient Tibetan meditation tools. Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. Singing bowl also used worldwide for yoga, music, relaxation, and personal well-being. They were historically made throughout Asia, especially Nepal, China and Japan, and closely related to decorative bells made along the silk road from the near east to western Asia.
• The image of these two sets of palm size Tibetan singing bowl absolutely are gorgeous Buddha sound bowl which with great long ringing sound and play easily. Hand etched OM on the face and bottom, engraved and embossed of the singing bowl. It measures approximately 6″ diameter and 3″ in depth and weighs 490 Grams. Price includes this brass Tibetan singing bowl, mallet with suede and velvet embroidered cushion mat. They are handmade and delicately etched and hammered in Nepal. There are three sizes and five patterns available. The five patterns respectively are the Cross Vajra Dorje symbol, the Five Dhyani Buddhas, the Om Mani Pedme Hong symbol, the Eight Auspicious symbols and the Shakyamuni Buddha statue.
• The Tibetan singing bowl create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. The sounds of the singing bowl will reduce tension, stress and involved emotions and promote energy balance in the body. It will creat a little ritual for your practices and stimulate you to practice more! Excellent, wear consistent with age. These bowls are great for beginners or experts alike!
• Placing the singing bowl on your palm and make less contact with your skin as possible, let the bowl sit freely. Gently go around the wooden rim on around outside of the singing bowl around the edge, keep little pressure on stick while going around the bowl. The pure sound produced when the wooden rim is rubbed by the mallet is said to put the brain at rest. The vibrations of the singing bowls have the same wavelength found in the brainwaves that produce feelings of relaxation. The sound characterized by a fundamental frequency (first harmonic) and usually two audible harmonic overtones (second and third harmonic).
• Buddhism Tibetan ritual items handcrafted by Nepal artisian.