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Tibetan Singing bowls have been used in meditation and healing for centuries. Handmade by artisans in Nepal, these singing bowls are hand-hammered. This is the most traditional technique to make the bowls. The sounds from the singing bowls are thought to ease the brain into the same brain wave frequencies that induce deep meditation, clarity and intuition. The sound vibrations are believed to impact our nervous system, allowing relaxation and stress release.
Seven Metals: The singing bowls are made of a combination of seven metals. The use bronze alloy, copper, tin, zinc, silver, gold and nickel. They are hand hammered, so each piece has a unique look.
Wooden Mallet with leather wrap: The bowl comes with a wooden mallet, which has a leather wrap. With the mallet, you are meant to strike the bowl, or run the wooden mallet around the rim to create the vibrational sound.
*The thickness of the bowl, and exact measurements will vary from piece to piece as they are handmade *