This 200 year old Antique Tibetan Singing Bowl is a rare find these days, corresponding to the Solar Plexus Chakra, vibrating at at an amazing E3 frequency to pass through and open the Solar Plexus Chakra. I find this bowl to be amazing for chanting and opening up the lungs and harmonizing with this moving singing bowl is enlightening! This antique bowl is quite thick, with beautiful hand hammered, 7 metal work and the four line edge engraving is unworldly. This is probably one of the most amazing antique bowls we’ve seen for over the past 10 years. If your looking to open up your lungs, this bowl is magical for opening up your prana energy! It literally vibrates your entire body actually and really gets the chakra energy in motion. Comes with Large singing bowl mallet and beautiful Tibetan Silk cushion. 🙏🕉🌏 11.25” wide in diameter.
Tibetan Singing Bowl, casted and engraved with compassion mantra. Om Mani Padme Om. Behold the Jewel in the Lotus! (4.5") Third eye chakra bowl. Great gift or starter bowl. Comes with Tibetan silk cushion and stick. This is a high quality 7 metal casted bowl. Enjoy!
Third Eye Chakra Singing Bowl
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Casted, handmade singing bowl. The smallest of the casted signing bowls we have and it still has a big sound with pretty amazing clear sustain! All bowls come with mallet and cushion. 3”W
Throat Chakra Singing Bowl
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Casted Singing Bowl, very clear sound and nice sustain. Vibrates within the throat chakra. All singing bowls come with mallet and cushion. 3.25”W
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Ting Shas are traditionally used in Tibetan Buddhist culture for the end or start of meditation or used by yoga practioners signaling the end of session. Many school teachers these days use these cymbals to get the students attention naturally. These ting shas are hand crafted in Nepal, made from 5 metals, the cymbals are tuned to different keys to make the sound waves reverberate off each other and ring out for quite some time. Available ting shad are the compassion mantra, the 8 auspicious symbols have the eight lucky symbols of Tibetan Buddhism, the dragon symbolizes longevity and prosperity. Your choice.