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Tibetan Buddhist Buddha Singing Bowl - Collector Dark Patina 6.75 Inches Heart Chakra

Tibetan Buddhist Buddha Singing Bowl - Collector Dark Patina 6.75 Inches Heart Chakra

Regular price $156.00 USD
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Hand engraved Tibetan Buddhist Buddha inside the bowl and hand etched Tibetan Buddhist 8 Lucky symbols on the face of the bowl and Lotus flower at the bottom. A mellow tone and humble appearance make this singing bowl great for chakra healing and meditation. This singing bowl was hand selected for the best condition, in-tune sound, and authentic old age. Free handmade cushion and one free handmade easy play suede wrapped mallet included.

Singing Bowl has F Note (Heart Chakra) 356 Hz
Weight 2.3 lb (1 kg) and 6.75 Inches Diameter x 3.25 Inches Height.

We test all our old singing bowls for genuine old age, great condition, and exquisite sound. All of our old singing bowls are tuned in sound, harmonious and beautiful. We travel to the Himalayas to search for the very best old singing bowls. We hope you enjoy this singing bowl from our world-class old singing bowl collection.

Heart Chakra (Anahata Chakra): Air, Social identity, oriented to self-acceptance this chakra is called the heart chakra and is the middle chakra in a system of seven. It is related to love and is the integrator of opposites in the psyche: mind and body, male and female, persona and shadow, ego and unity. A healthy fourth chakra allows us to love deeply, feel compassion, and have a deep sense of peace and centeredness. The color for this chakra is green. This chakra deals with physical healing, balance, harmony, compassion, and love. The heart chakra is located near the heart.

How to play a Tibetan singing bowl:

1. Start by holding your bowl in the palm of your left hand (right if you are left-handed) The very bottom of the bowl should be the only part of the bowl touching your hand so the body of the bowl is allowed to vibrate freely.

With a wooden striker slowly start rubbing the outside rim in a clockwise circular motion, keeping an even and constant pressure on the edge of the bowl.
Sometimes it is helpful to gently strike the bowl before you start the rubbing motion.

2. You can play the singing bowl like a gong by simply striking gently the rim of the bowl with suede mallet
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