Kirin Pattern Tibetan / Nepal Handmade Singing Bowl Set
-- From Tibet, to Nepal
This bowl is called Tibetan Singing Bowl. 1200 years ago, with the spread of culture, singing bowls were passed from India to Tibet, and then brought into Nepal by the Tibetan people as necessities of life and family treasures.
Because of its quiet and distant sound, it can resonate with the frequency of nature, which can make people quickly enter a deep meditation state, help meditators to open the door of self-healing of the body, relieve physical pain, and even mental and spiritual Elevation of the mind level.
Singing bowls have a magical power, it can connect our inner, release anxiety, mania, depression and other negative emotions, awaken the Buddha nature in the heart, and enter a state of meditation.
Suitable for yoga, meditation, SPA, improve sleep, develop brain and more.
The materials of the bowl.
The copper used in our bowls is called singing copper, and the copper content is more than 78%, which is higher than the copper content of brass on the market. The tin content is about 20%.
The traditional copper musical instruments such as bowls are called singing copper, mainly copper and tin, and a small amount of gold, silver, iron, and zinc.
The higher the tin content, the more ethereal and long the sound, but the more difficult it is to process, so the higher the price.
Bowl Body - Kirin Pattern: This bowl has a Kirin pattern on the inside and outside. The kirin is a kind of auspicious mythical beast in Chinese folklore. Its image is slightly like a deer.
Normal flaws: As it is handmade, there may be occasional scratches, which is normal. These scratches will gradually disappear during use, please rest assured.
Singing Bowl How to use?
When you get a singing bowl, don't rush it to make a sound, but feel it with your heart.
Then place the bowl in the palm of your hand, and gently rub the edge of the bowl with the lower end of the wooden stick, with even force, from fast to slow. As the friction of the wooden handle resonates, it emits a melodious sound of nature.
Larger bowls can be placed on the bowl pad, lightly hold the lower side of the bowl with one hand (without touching the bowl wall), and proceed as described above.