11 Tibetan Yogi singing bowl, yoga bowl meditation, Chakra balancing, healing
This is handmade item therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurements. According to the Tibetan tradition, the existence of the. Evoluted from the 4th century. Back then this particular tradition was brought up in the limelight with Buddha's preaching and teachings. As for its working mechanism when a specific stick strikes its outer surface it starts to vibrate and it produces a unique and specific frequency or we can say that a kind of sound produced from sides and edge of the singing bowl when it is hit or rubbed by the striker. That particular frequency assists in natural relaxation and helps in enlightening the inner soul. Those sound frequencies also initiates a flow in our body which results in the mystical change in our body, thoughts, emotions and helps in chakra control. It is majorly used for meditation, music, relaxation, spiritual healing, natural and personal well-being, chanting mantras, religious services, personal enjoyment, prayer services as well as during yoga sessions. It can be utilized for various purposes due to its traditional, cultural as well as spiritual significance.
Furthermore, the Singing Bowls are used worldwide for various purposes that reflect its traditional, cultural as well as spiritual significance. It can still be found on temples, monasteries, meditation centers, and altars of Asia and worldwide as well. At present, they are particularly only made in Nepal, India, Japan, China and Korea and can be found on Buddhist alters, monasteries and meditation house throughout the world. Back in the day in Asia, Tibet, India and most of Nepal, it was used for its holistic powers and healing, for deep relaxation, stress reduction, holistic healing, reiki and it is still used for that purpose today. Meditation is a practice for synchronizing our body and mind in the present moment. It is a personal search to find the meaning and purpose of our existence. It is a journey through which we connect.