Fair Trade Nepalese Singing Bowl Set in Box – Small
The Singing bowl has been in use for over 1500 years and was and still is used commonly in religious and shamanic practices. The singing bowl has been associated with Tibetan Buddhism since the 8th Century A.D.
This singing bowl set includes the following items all presented in a handmade Himalayan lokta paper box:
-one machine turned brass singing bowl.
– handmade wooden striker.
-a simple cushion to sit your bowl on.
– brief history of the singing bowl.
-advice on how to play and suggested uses.
Machine turned metal singing bowls are great for beginners or children as they are generally easier to play
due to the smooth polished finish allowing for a steadier movement around the bowl.
Made in Nepal
70mm ∅ Diameter
Please note the cushion colour may be different to the one pictured as these are handmade.
These singing bowls make perfect gifts for people who like to make music, meditate or use sound therapy.
How to play your new singing bowl:
Rest the singing bowl in the palm of the hand; hold smaller bowls on the fingertips.
Hold the striker in the middle with all fingertips pointing downwards.
Gently tap the striker against the side of the bowl to ‘warm it up’.
With an even pressure, rub the striker clockwise around the outside rim of the bowl.
Use a full arm movement just like stirring a big pan of soup.
Try to keep the striker straight and remember to apply pressure.
Let the sound build up slowly as the singing bowl picks up the vibration.
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