Hand Hammered Tibetan Buddhism Singing Bowl for Yoga & Chakra Meditation
Inspires internal vibrations and a deeper connection to your chakra system
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⚒️ Exquisite Workmanship - Copper as its main material, known for its corrosion-resistant,anti-bacterialandstrength.From this alone, you can say that this singing bowl has excellent quality.
🎵 Soothing Sound - The bowl sings very easily and produces a rich, harmonic and soothing sound that lasts for a long duration and provides stress-free relaxation. Singing bowls are used in health care by psychotherapists, massage therapists, cancer, and stress and meditation specialists
🎤 Make It Sing - Holding a singing bowl in the palm of your hand and using a wooden mallet or ‘striker’ in the other hand as if you are holding a pen, by gently and slowly going around the edge of the bowl with the mallet in a clockwise direction, the bowl will start to ‘sing.’ As you hear the wonderful tone and feel the bowl vibrate, you will become more conscious of your breathing and feel more relaxed.
🧘 Be in the Zone - Singing bowls cause the brain to switch to Theta brainwave frequencies that heighten one’s clarity, intuition, as well as deep peaceful and meditative states. This is referred to as “being in the zone.” After using the singing bowl, you will feel a wonderful sense of clarity and focus.
⚖️Chakra Balancing - The rich blend of harmonic overtones that the bowls produce, have a direct positive effect on balancing the chakras. When used as part of chakra balancing, singing bowls are said to have the ability to adjust and balance the sine waves of each chakra. The frequency from a singing bowl is able to travel from chakra to chakra, self-balancing.
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HOW TO USE A SINGING BOWL
To create sound with a singing bowl, firmly press the accompanying mallet in a circular motion against the bowl's outside edge or rim. When you hear a bright, clear tone, you can slow down the motion. Use your full arm to make the motion, rather than just rotating your wrist.
You can also make the same circular motion against the outside belly of the bowl. Additionally, you can gently strike the bowl before beginning the circular motion.