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Singing Bowls, for Seven Chakras

Set of seven hand hammered brass
SKU: WSB-2503
$325.00
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Seven singing bowls tuned to each chakra, F being the heart chakra. They are small (F is the largest) but have an incredible melodious sound. Let your balance be restored while you visualize blazing light flowing into your chakras!

  • Set of 7
  • Brass
  • Hand hammered in Nepal
  • Different diameters, F being the largest (heart)
  • Weight: 6.7 lbs for set
  • Includes 7 strikers

The use of sound and tones to help guide meditation is an ancient practice. Even the concept that our bodies vibrate at a healthy or unhealthy frequency has long been studied.

Singing bowls are used in yoga, music therapy, sound healing and religious ceremonies. In the Buddhist tradition, they signal the beginning and the end of silent meditation cycles. Dive into devotional mantras, loving intentions and open the pathway to your divine self with this mystical tradition!

Note: There are two major systems that assign notes to chakras. They are the Vedic and the Tibetan Systems. The Vedic system is the Western diatonic scale starting from note C at the base chakra. It is commonly used in Western Sound Healing practices. The notes follow in alphabetical order: C, D, E, F (heart), G, A, B.

The Tibetan system has D as the heart chakra.

Seven singing bowls tuned to each chakra, F being the heart chakra. They are small (F is the largest) but have an incredible melodious sound. Let your balance be restored while you visualize blazing light flowing into your chakras!

  • Set of 7
  • Brass
  • Hand hammered in Nepal
  • Different diameters, F being the largest (heart)
  • Weight: 6.7 lbs for set
  • Includes 7 strikers

The use of sound and tones to help guide meditation is an ancient practice. Even the concept that our bodies vibrate at a healthy or unhealthy frequency has long been studied.

Singing bowls are used in yoga, music therapy, sound healing and religious ceremonies. In the Buddhist tradition, they signal the beginning and the end of silent meditation cycles. Dive into devotional mantras, loving intentions and open the pathway to your divine self with this mystical tradition!

Note: There are two major systems that assign notes to chakras. They are the Vedic and the Tibetan Systems. The Vedic system is the Western diatonic scale starting from note C at the base chakra. It is commonly used in Western Sound Healing practices. The notes follow in alphabetical order: C, D, E, F (heart), G, A, B.

The Tibetan system has D as the heart chakra.

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