Available in several sizes to meet your specific singing bowl needs.
Studies have been conducted on singing bowls to understand the science of healing through sound. Just as a sonic boom has the force to destroy, sound waves from singing bowls show alterations in water when played. Since the human body is comprised of up to 60% water, it’s fair to say music and sound has a deeper effect on our systems than just “pretty sounds.” NIH (National Institute of Health) released an observational study on effects of singing bowl sound meditation on mood, tension, and well-being. Heart disease, diabetes, addiction, and mental health issues have all been tied to stress and tension issues. The use of sound therapy has been used in many cultures for thousands of centuries. Drums, singing, flutes, lyres, zitters, digeridoos, and so on.By using sound to reduce stress and improve mood, we alter both how we feel in our inner and outer world. For more information on this study, please visit:
Effects of Singing Bowl Sound Meditation on Mood, Tension, and Well-being: An Observational Study
Please understand the history of singing bowls show no link or credible evidence that these instruments were historically used in Tibetan practice. If you want to support the Tibetan culture, there are many ways to do so but paying high prices based on a false history is not required. Please do not support anyone who suggests you are purchasing an authentic Tibetan singing bowl. You’re able to receive the healing effects of sound without paying a large amount of money.
The idea is that you create the energy of healing through your use of the bowl and your intentions. The use of sound therapy has been used accross many cultures for thousands of centuries. Drums, singing, flutes, lyres, zitters, digeridoos, By using sound to reduce stress and improve mood, we alter both how we feel in our inner and outer world. As humans, we are part of nature which experiences natural rhythms. As much as we sometimes feel removed from nature, we are in fact part of the world and crave our own natural rhythms. Music can be used a means of rebalancing and experiencing those natural rhythms we so need in our lives. For more information on this, please visit:
Music, Medicine, Healing, and the Genome Project
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