I’m Meditating With a Tibetan Singing Bowl

Meditation and relaxation are crucial to one’s wellness.  I decided to give it a try with Yak Therapy Tibetan Handmade Singing Bowl Set.  This singing bowl has a beautiful design on it, made in a traditional way at a Nepalese singing bowl house. It is inscribed with the Tibetan “Om Mani Padma Hung” mantra on the inside and The Eyes of Boudhanath Stupa. The bowl is claimed to have been made with seven different metals : Copper, Iron, Tin, Lead, Zinc, Silver & Gold. This is typically the combination of the highest quality bowls (as opposed to just 3 or 5 metals).  The pure sonic waves that ring from this Tibetan Singing Bowl will balance your crown chakras, which are indissolubly connected with mental peace, purposefulness, & connectedness.  Due to its excellent quality, this bowl produces long-lasting sounds which evoke a deep state of relaxation, the key to entering into mindfulness meditation.


How to Use a Singing Bowl:
Remove all items from the box.
Place the bowl on the soft padded cushion.
With the mallet in one hand, balance the bowl in place while holding the cushion in the other hand.
Gently tap the mallet to the outside & inside edges of the bowl.
The resonant sounds & deep vibrations will fill & calm your soul.
Store the bowl, mallet, & cushion in the silk bag.

The bowl had excellent resonance, which was great for healing and meditation.  If you meditate with other people through yoga, this would be great for that too.

The Complete Set includes one Nepalese four-to-four and a half-inch high-quality etching singing bowl; a real silk cushion, a wooden leather mallet, a real silk drawstring protective bag, Ebook and a handmade gift box made of Lokta paper. They also offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee.

Your Body is the Temple Where Your Spirit Lives- Treat It with Care.



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