Singing bowls are classic instruments and meditation tools in Tibet. Tibetan singing bowls are also known as Himalayan singing bowls. Singing bowls are widely used in spiritual traditions such as Buddhism and Hinduism, for meditation, relaxation, healthcare, personal well-being, and religious practice. By rubbing singing bowls with a wooden or leather wrapped singing bowl striker while the singing bowl rests in your palm, the rim of the singing bowl vibrates to produce a calming sound (or hum). Every singing bowl has its unique sound recorded.
THE CROWN CHAKRA
The Crown Chakra, known as the Sahasrara Chakra in Sanskrit, is connected with the element of light, and it is associated with several organs and glands within the body, including the brain, the hand, the nervous system and the pituitary gland. Purple Bowl. Dark Blue/Purple Bowl.
THE THIRD EYE CHAKRA
The Brow/Third Eye Chakra, also known as the Ajna Chakra, roughly translates to ‘the centre of knowledge or monitoring’. It is symbolised by the colour indigo, and is associated with our sense of thought, our ability to rationalise, use logic and conduct an analysis to reach reasonable conclusions. Light Blue Bowl.
THE THROAT CHAKRA
Much like the name suggests, the Vishuddhi Chakra or Throat Chakra symbolises our true inner voice, and our ability to communicate with others. It is represented by the colour blue, and it is associated with our abilities to listen, empathise and communicate with others. Cobal Blue Bowl.
THE HEART CHAKRA
The Heart Chakra, also known as the Anahata Chakra, is associated with the element of air within the body, and it has the most profound influence on our professional and personal relationships. Green Bowl.
THE SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA
The Solar Plexus Chakra, known as the Manipura Chakra in Sanskrit, is roughly translated to ‘City of Jewels’ and it is regarded as one of the most powerful chakras that has profound influences on our personal power. The Solar Plexus chakra represents our personal abilities and powers, and it influences both our personal and professional success. Yellow Bowl.
THE SACRAL CHAKRA
The Sacral Chakra, or the Swadhisthana Chakra, is symbolic of the water elements present within the human body. It is represented by the colour orange, which tends to impact our ability to be happy and joyful, compassionate, creative and passionate. It also influences our desires, sexuality and our reproductive functions amongst others. Orange Bowl.
THE ROOT CHAKRA
In Sanskrit, the Root Chakra is known as the Mooladhara Chakra; this root defines our relationship with Mother Earth. It influences our passion, creativity, youthfulness, vitality and most importantly, our basic survival instincts. The Root Chakra is represented by the colour red, which is also an indication for the need of logic, realistic thinking and order in our lives. Red Bowl.
Each of the seven chakras are governed by spiritual laws, principles of consciousness that we can use to cultivate greater harmony, happiness, and wellbeing in our lives and in the world.
Bowl: Weight: Approx. 591gms. H: 6.5cm W: 13cm
Striker: H: 17.5cm W: 3cm
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