Singing bowl set OM


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Singing bowl set OM
Decorated with the mantra ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’
Height: approx. 10 cm Diameter: approx. 23.5 cm
Weight: approx. 1350 grams
Set consisting of singing bowl, leather mallet and cushion

Singing bowls The tradition of singing bowls, also known as healing bowls, dates back to 2,000 BC in Asia. Singing bowls are made of an alloy of seven different metals, each of which is assigned to an astrological planet and therefore differs in the range of sound and their overtones. These seven metals are gold for the sun, mercury for Mercury, copper for Venus, iron for Mars, tin for Jupiter and lead for Saturn. The shape of these bowls varies in size, depth, color and circumference. Singing bowls can be used as a cooking vessel, gift bowl, percussion instrument and for meditation and relaxation. The special thing about singing bowls is that they not only produce a special sound, but also special vibrations. According to science, music can have a direct impact on mood, brain waves, nervous system and body chemistry. Music plays a key role in the spirituality and religion of many cultures and is also used to promote sleep and digestion, as well as to reduce mental disorders. The vibration of the singing bowl can stimulate the body, restoring its own harmonic frequency and helping to generate alpha waves, which are present in the brain when we are in deep relaxation. Singing bowls of all sizes are used by many to cleanse the atmosphere in a room of negative energies, not least to release emotional blockages. Many people feel touched and cleansed in their innermost being when they hear and feel the sound of the singing bowls. Others describe this state of sound experience as “time stands still” – a feeling of deep peace and harmony. It is said that renowned Tibetan masters use the sound of singing bowls in secret rituals in which they achieved freedom from their material bodies thanks to the sound of the singing bowls. There is a connection between the bowls and Ayurvedic music therapy and Ayurvedic medicine. Nepalese women eat their meals from singing bowls to absorb lost minerals and iron. There are five basic techniques for playing singing bowls: hitting, circling, filling with water, filling in soundless vowels, and spinning. Singing bowls are called Tagoo in Mongolia, Jala Tarang and Ghatam in India and China, and Noot in Kashmir. The seven phases of complete singing bowl relaxation include first the head, then the arms, third the neck, fourth the back, then the stomach and chest, sixth the face and then a circle up to the neck.Effects of singing bowl relaxation: –  Promoting energy balance –  Reduction in stress and agitation –  Resolution of tension –  Increasing creativity and imagination –  Increase in vitality –  Balancing the brain region –  Harmonization of body, mind and soul Promote Self-Esteem and Assertiveness Hold the singing bowl in the palm of your left hand, lightly tap the mallet against the side of the bowl. Using even pressure, rub the brass knuckles clock around the outside edge of the rim of the bowl. Use a full arm motion, just like a big kettle of soup, keeping the striker straight up and down. It’s not a wrist movement, but a full arm movement. Remember to apply pressure – the friction of the bat against the outer edge creates vibrations that result in a noise. Allow the sound to rise slowly as the singing bowl absorbs the vibration

Additional information

Weight 1,350 kg
Dimensions 23 × 10 cm


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