Brand: Live Fully Now
- Hand hammered antique design, easy to make sing, meditation bowl.
- Wooden Pencil-Grip Striker. Loud and long lasting sound as healing bowls.
- Universe will decide which of 7 pillow chakra colors you will receive.
- Tuned to B, the Crown Chakra. Perfect for Hand Yoga.
Details: Bowl Material: Brass, metal Color: Bronze Size: 5″ wide, 3″ tall Weight: 2 lbs Striker Material: wood
Size: 5″ long, 1″ diameter Weight: 1oz (30g)
A Large sized Tibetan Singing Bowl set. Brass with striker for meditation, yoga, and mindfulness.
The Crown Chakra,The crown chakra is the seventh chakra. Located at the top of the head, it gives us access to higher states of consciousness as we open to what is beyond our personal preoccupations and visions. The Crown chakra is driven by consciousness and gets us in touch with the universal. The crown chakra is associated with the transcendence of our limitations, whether they are personal or bound to space and time. It is where the paradox becomes norm, where seemingly opposites are one. The quality of awareness that comes with the crown chakra is universal, transcendent.
As we are immersed in the energy of the crown chakra, we feel a state of blissful union with all that is, of spiritual ecstasy. This chakra allows access to the upmost clarity and enlightened wisdom. Some describe this chakra as the gateway to the cosmic self or the divine self, to universal consciousness. It’s linked to the infinite, the universal.Perfect for your ohm meditation.
Singing Bowl History
Standing bells originated in China. An early form called nao took the shape of a stemmed goblet. The manufacture and use of bowls specifically for ‘singing’ is believed to be a modern phenomenon. Bowls that were capable of singing began to be imported to the West from around the early 1970s. Since then they have become a popular instrument in the US-originating new-age genre often marketed as ‘Tibetan music’. Today they are known by many different names.
From chakra bowls, buddah singing bowl, healing bowls, Himalayan bowl, Tibet singing bowl, metal singing bowls, brass singing bowls, Japanese singing bowls, om singing bowl. They all refer to these standing bells used for silent mind meditation, sound healing and prayer.