Hand engraved Tibetan Singing bowl sets of 7 with 7 chakra notes

Chakra Healing Tibetan Singing Bowl Sets 7 Sets of Meditation Bowls from Nepal. Seven Different chakra notes with hand engraved Tibetan mantra and chakra symbol.

Features of the Set
~ 7 Gorgeous Handmade Chakra Balancing Tibetan Singing bowls.

~Produce Different note of sound . Perfect chakra healing Tibetan singing bowls set.

~Hand engraved Chakra mantra and symbol .gives gorgeous looks antique looks or more precious .

~Comes with complete set 4 wooden strikers and 7 color hand embroidery cushion.

~3 layers production hand sewing silk carry bag .easy to take away your bowel set for your mindfulness practice.

~ Easy to play and long meditative resonance.

~ If there is any reason that you are not satisfied with product, don’t worry we offer you 1 month 100% money back guarantee.

Including in set :-
7 sining bowl as in picture
7 cushion as in picture
4 wooden striker
1 silk carry bags


Made with
7 set of the Tibetan singing bowl
* Gold = the sun
* Silver = the moon
* Mercury = Mercury
* Copper = Venus
* Iron = Mars
* Tin = Jupiter
* Lead = Saturn
Wooden striker
Rose wood and suede (suede side for gonging (vibration resonance) and wooden side to scrub around the edge of the bowl ( for sound )


7 chakra color Hand sewing velvet cushion with hand embroidery chakra symbol.

Crafted In Nepal By Hand.

How to play your singing bowl:
The "Around-The-Rim" Technique--

~ Hold the singing bowl on the palm of the left hand. For smaller bowls, seven inches
and under, hold on your fingertips. Place all the bowl on cushion as in the picture .

~ Grasp the mallet about mid-length, with all the fingertips pointing downwards and
touching the wood. (If you are using one of our padded mallets, the red wool should
be on top.) Palm downward.Strike each bowl with mallet or play your specific chakra
bowl on your meditation practice .
~ Gently tap the mallet against the side of the bowl to "warm-up" the bell.
~ With a firm even pressure, rub the mallet clockwise around the outside edge of the
rim of the bowl. Lock your wrist. Use a full arm movement, and make sure to keep the
mallet straight up and down! Again, it's not a wrist movement, but a full-arm
Remember to apply pressure-- the friction of the mallet against the outer rim produces vibrations which result in sound.
Experiment with your speed. Usually people go too fast, so slow down! Let the sound build up slowly as the singing bowl picks up the vibration.

Greeting from the heart of Himalaya.

Thank You!
(Khusi family)

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