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9.5" handmade Himalayan singing bowl, hand beaten by Nepali arti

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9.5" handmade Himalayan singing bowl, hand beaten by Nepali arti

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9.5" handmade Himalayan singing bowl, hand beaten by Nepali artisans to make magical tones, 4” height, 3 lb. 2 oz. weight, with an antique finish. The bowl comes with a suede-wrapped wooden mallet and a ring cushion. This handmade Tibetan singing bowl is made in a traditional way at a Nepalese singing bowl house, with seven metals, hammered by hand to produce its otherworldly, ambient sound. To bring beautiful sound from your bowl or ‘standing bell,’ you can use the wooden mallet in two ways. First you can strike the rim or near the rim of the bowl to hear a sound, like a bell. To encourage your bowl to sing, gently tap the rim and continue to rub the mallet around the rim to continue the vibration. The sound is so special, resonating deep inside you and in your body. Singing bowls have been used in music and sound therapies, in meditation and yoga practices, as well as various religious and personal rituals. It is believed that the sound can affect the chakras or energy centers. A singing bowl is a thoughtful gift for a loved one, something very special that is beautiful in its simplicity and is able to create relaxing peacefulness for them. Particularly perfect for those who do yoga and meditation. In your shipment will be the 9.5” diameter bowl hammered by hand, 4” height, with an antique finish. The bowl comes with a suede-wrapped wooden mallet and a rainbow ring cushion. Shambala Arts amp; Handcrafts is an American label that supports Nepali artisans with the expertise to produce singing bowls hammered by hand to produce superior sound. Shambala Arts amp; Handcrafts goes to Nepal and chooses the singing bowls of high enough quality.

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