Tibetan Singing Bowl
A singing bowl is a particular form of a bell that is inverted without a flap and resonated with a mallet. It creates a pleasant and peaceful sound that will allow you to have deep meditation sessions.
Singing bowl forged for a great variation of sounds, make it sound by rubbing or hitting it, to accompany your meditation sessions.
The practice of the singing bowl comes from Tibet. Singing bowls are also found in Nepal.
Singing bowls are used in some shamanic rituals.
Traditionally, they are made of an alloy of seven metals that correspond to seven planets in our solar system:
- gold for the Sun
- the money for the Moon
- lead for Saturn
- iron for Mars
- mercury for Mercury
- copper for Venus
- tin for Jupiter
This bowl is made of 5 metals, containing neither lead nor mercury.