12 inch Deep resonating singing bowl Handmade in Nepal comes with a mallet, drum striker, resting cushion meditation, sound therapy
Singing bowls are traditional tools used to create relaxing harmonics and enhance personal meditation. The unique tonal sounds are created by tapping the side of the bowl with an instrument, or striker, then running the striker along the bowl’s edge. This produces deep, humming vibrations which quickly fill the room. This particular singing bowl contains “om mani padme hum” mantra into a circle inside the bowl’s base, reflecting the circular nature of meditative activities. A wooden striker, a mallet and silk cushion are provided, so all you really need is a free moment and a clear space on the table to enjoy the singing bowl’s tranquil effects. Also, the buddha engravement gives a unique look to the bowl and is very fascinating to the eyes. What is a singing bowl used for. To make you feel better. As an aid in meditation, yoga or a spiritual practice. As an aid in teaching. As a ceremonial object, an altar piece. For music and performances, even in orchestras. How to play singing bowl. The best way to play the bowl is to tap it with a mallet. Concentrating on the bowl, especially the pulses of sound as they become quieter and quieter, is an excellent way to bring the mind into focus. Weight: 2.8 kilograms. This is handmade item therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurements. This item is made of mixture of 7 metals.
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