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Religious Singing Bowl - 17cm

  • Item number: 001436
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Each singing bowl comes with a free singing bowl cushion and a matching leather striker.

These hand-engraved Religious Singing Bowls are characterized by their heigh shape and its clear, deep and yet bright sound. The Religious Singing Bowls are handwrought in India and possess a varied, balanced sound array. A long and regular oscillation permits the bowl a hamonic chime.

Singing bowls can be used in a variety of ways: for relaxation, meditation, sound healing and massage, chakra stimulation, Zen meditations or recitations.

Instruction:
Singing bowls can be both rubbed on the seam and hit with a corresponding striker. This results in a long-lasting singing sound which fills the room with entire clarity.

Singing bowls are always uniques and can therefore distinguish from size, appearance and sound.

Diameter: approx. 17cm
Weight: approx. 800gr


The History of Singing Bowls:
Little is known about the history of singing bowls and their original use. Singing bowls have been used for over 1500 years and have been associated with Tibetan Buddhism since the 8th century AD.

It is certain that singing bowls were widespread in eastern Tibet and neighbouring countries such as India and Nepal, with India being the main area of distribution. Cast singing bowls have also been found in Japan and China.

In Assam, people use the small bowls to eat dal; in Orissa, bowls are still given as gifts at weddings. In Nepal, pregnant women are supposed to eat from the bowls because of the added metals. Also in Nepal, the bowls are used for a kind of sound therapy in which harmonious and disharmonious sounds are used. In Japan and China, singing bowls are used for ritual purposes in the Buddhist temples and Zen monasteries there.

Each singing bowl comes with a free singing bowl cushion and a matching leather striker.

These hand-engraved Religious Singing Bowls are characterized by their heigh shape and its clear, deep and yet bright sound. The Religious Singing Bowls are handwrought in India and possess a varied, balanced sound array. A long and regular oscillation permits the bowl a hamonic chime.

Singing bowls can be used in a variety of ways: for relaxation, meditation, sound healing and massage, chakra stimulation, Zen meditations or recitations.

Instruction:
Singing bowls can be both rubbed on the seam and hit with a corresponding striker. This results in a long-lasting singing sound which fills the room with entire clarity.

Singing bowls are always uniques and can therefore distinguish from size, appearance and sound.

Diameter: approx. 17cm
Weight: approx. 800gr


The History of Singing Bowls:
Little is known about the history of singing bowls and their original use. Singing bowls have been used for over 1500 years and have been associated with Tibetan Buddhism since the 8th century AD.

It is certain that singing bowls were widespread in eastern Tibet and neighbouring countries such as India and Nepal, with India being the main area of distribution. Cast singing bowls have also been found in Japan and China.

In Assam, people use the small bowls to eat dal; in Orissa, bowls are still given as gifts at weddings. In Nepal, pregnant women are supposed to eat from the bowls because of the added metals. Also in Nepal, the bowls are used for a kind of sound therapy in which harmonious and disharmonious sounds are used. In Japan and China, singing bowls are used for ritual purposes in the Buddhist temples and Zen monasteries there.

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