Tibetan singing bowl, 6 inch
Each 7 metal singing bowl was handcrafted in Nepal, and comes with its own wooden mallet. It is 6" in diameter and 2.5 " high.
According to the Tibetan tradition, the existence of the singing bowls evolved from the 4th century. Back then, this particular tradition was brought to the limelight with Buddha’s preaching and teachings. When a specific stick hits or rubs the outer surface of a singing bowl, it starts to vibrate and produces a unique, specific frequency or sound from its sides and edges. The pulsation of the sound naturally releases harmonizing frequencies. These frequencies also initiate a flow of energy which causes a mystical change in our body, thoughts and emotions, and the environment around us. The 7 metals in these singing bowls are: Iron, Copper, Zinc, Brass, Mercury, Gold and Silver each representing 7 different planetary influences and frequencies.