Produce long musical notes with this Tibetan singing bowl for a holistic approach to healing, reiki, meditation and sound therapy, or simply display as a home decoration.
Typically used in reiki, yoga and meditation practice, Tibetan singing bowls are essentially an inverted bell that's played by striking or by running the mallet around the rim of the bowl to give a long musical note. Once used in religious practices, the use of Tibetan singing bowls has now become more widespread making their way into meditation and mindfulness practice, yoga and music and sound therapy.
These singing bowls are hand painted in India and display the root Chakra in the bottom of the bowl representing the grounding element of the sound, the red and brass colours reflecting the root symbolism. The bowl comes packaged in it's own red box, complete with a small wooden mallet for playing, and with information about the root Chakra and a history of singing bowls inside the lid.