Singing bowls are mostly used in some Buddhist religious practices for meditation and chanting. The sound of the bowls usually signals the beginning and end of silent meditation. Also, Ancient Feng Shui used the rhythms created by the bowl to drive away evil spirits and ghosts. Even historically, these bowls have been used throughout the years for music making, meditation, relaxation, and for other spiritual activities. These bowls were made throughout Asia, especially Nepal, China and Japan.
In today’s culture, these bowls are used for alternative healing, sound therapy, relaxation, and healing. The sustained musical that the bowls make when the mallet is rolled outside the rim or when gently tapping the sides are said to promote healing and in creating an altered state of mind. The relaxing and long lasting sound the bowl produces helps reduce stress and creates a deep sense of peace, well-being and better health.
Tibetan singing bowls are usually used in meditation and relaxation sessions, in sound therapies, and in yoga. These bowls are even used by health care professionals, psychotherapists, massage therapists, school teachers, musicians and spiritual teachers. Aside from being a tool for relaxation and healing, it can also be used as a music instrument and as a home decor.
- Package Dimensions: 6.9 inches x 6.8 inches x 3.5 inches
- Item Weight: 1 pound
- Bowl Size: 4 inches
- Bowl Color:
- Turquoise blue with gold painted rim and designs
- Emerald green with gold painted rim and designs
- 30 days return policy
CraftVatika, makers of authentic and exclusively in-house designed, high quality East Asian decors and products features us with the 8 Lucky Symbols Meditation Singing Bowl Set. Each set comes with an easy play striker wood mallet and a hand sewn non-dampening pillow. The singing bowl comes in a beautiful turquoise blue or a emerald green color, with the edges and the design painted on in gold.
The delicate designs painted on the bowl depict the eight lucky symbols in Buddhism. Included in the design is the Double Dorji which means Wealth and Wisdom and the Third Eye, which means the Remover of Obstacles.