Singing bowls have been used in religious and shamanic practices for well over 1500 years and have been associated with Tibetan Buddhism since the 8th century A.D. A singing bowl is played by resting the bowl on the flat of the hand and rotating the stick around the outside rim of the bowl. This produces a vibration that creates a hum, which is the essence of the bowl. This natural and harmonious sound emitted by singing bowls is used to invoke a state of deep relaxation, which assists-meditation, the ultimate goal of which is enlightenment. They are a vital aid to meditation and are found in Buddhist monasteries and temples around the world.
Diameter: approx. 13 cm
Weight: approx. 855 grams
Height: approx. 6.5 cm
Outer Rim thickness: approx. 4 mm
Made in Nepal
Note: 1 Striker, 1 Flat Cushion and 1 Gift Box is included in the price.