Brass Hand Beaten Singing Bowl (4 inch)


Tibetan singing bowls are used in sound healing, sound baths and activating chakras.

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Brass Hand Beaten singing bowl with 10 cm (4 inch) opening. Made in India.

Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul.

Tibetan singing bowls are used in sound healing, sound baths and activating chakras. They penetrate deeply carried by their harmony and complexity. One method commonly employed is to place singing bowls on chakra points and ring them, letting the resonance penetrate deeply. Sound bowl healing based on the chakras can also be practiced by ringing bowls above or beside the client.

How to use the Brass Hand Beaten singing bowl:

  • Place the bowl in the palm of your flattened hand. Gong it softly with the wooden mallet and with your eyes closed, absorb the sound. Listen not only with your ears, but also get in touch with how it makes you feel. The sound and harmonics is always a unique experience for each person.
  • Then, strike the bowl lightly again and with pressure rub the mallet firmly around the top outer edge. It starts to sing quietly and increases in volume with successive rotations. Do not force the sound louder than it wishes to vibrate, otherwise it will rattle unpleasantly. Persevere and you will get the knack of it.
  • Sound becomes visible when you rub your bowl, which has been filled with a little water. It hums and sometimes the vibrations even cause a fountain of tiny, sparkling droplets. These sounds patterns the water much like a mandala.

Additional information

Dimensions 11.4 cm