Sometimes the Black Ching Bowls come with sizzles, so we started getting creative with them and came up with this wonderful Hanging Temple Bowl Gong.
Upside-down, yes, we turned them. They ring from the inside out and spin round and round. Instinctively, they do give you love, the love you instinctively give them. These hanging bowls bring out the intuitive, playful side of meditation and life. Hang them on your porch or from your favorite tree or hide them in unexpected places to bring unexpected joy.
Each Crystal Tones™ bowl comes with a rubber ring on which to place the bowl and a suede covered mallet.
Approximate Fundamental Tone: F-20
Please Note: This Indian Pipestone bowl was never used. A customer purchased it, didn't like the appearance of the bowl, and sent it back. In the process of shipping it back, the rim was ever-so-slightly chipped. It doesn't affect the sound at all. The round spots you can see on the inside of the bowl are just a part of the creation process. They are not imperfections, rather, they are part of the character of the bowl. We are offering this bowl at a slight discount. It still has its original sound and presence, it just tucked a little adventure under its rim.
Unlimited Singing Bowls Clairvoyant Assessment of This Bowl: The Crystal Tones Indian Pipestone Bowl is very grounding. You feel it in your first (root) chakra and your legs and feet. It allows your cells to accept higher vibrations.
Your body is naturally attuned to and accepting of certain energies, but if you want to manifest more energetic light, this is the bowl for you. It helps you release outdated concepts you may have based on third dimensional perceptions, and facilitates the acceptance of information from the higher realms. It aids in gleaning wisdom, compassion, acceptance and answers for self. It moves your mind and body to connect with humanity’s highest spiritual evolutionary purpose.
This bowl has the vibrational energy capacity to be useful for big events, so if you like healing large groups, you would do well with this bowl as your healing catalyst and psychic partner.
Other Observations: Pipestone (also known as Catlinite) is a type of red, metamorphic rock. This stone has been traditionally quarried by Native Americans and used for sacred ceremonial pipes - thus the name 'pipestone'. The quarries are found and preserved in the Pipestone National Monument in Minnestota, in Minnehaha County, South Dakota, and at the Pipestone River in Canada.
The metaphysical properties of Pipestone enable one to connect the spiritual and the physical. It is useful for grounding prayer and ritual into physical, everyday life. It is also a very protective stone. It is thought to enable communication with spirits and the ancestors. The metaphysical properties of pipestone infused into this bowl make it a more than apt catalyst for whatever kind of spiritual goals and healing you set your intentions to. We think it's an essential piece to add your sound healing collection.
Every singing bowl has more that one tone that resonates out, but this 5" Pumori Singing Bowl has two that are too close. At least, too close for our comfort. Perhaps this little bit of dissonance will do for you. If so, you can have it for a great price.
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All of our Buddha-inspired Engraved Singing Bowls are handmade. Each one is unique. These are a bit imperfect. They have a sizzle when you ring them. If you want to play softly and quietly with your bowl, this will work.
Moksha is the end of the death and rebirth cycle and is classed as the fourth and ultimate artha (goal). It is the transcendence of all arthas. It is achieved by overcoming ignorance and desires. It is a paradox in the sense that overcoming desires also includes overcoming the desire for moksha itself. It can be achieved both in this life and after death.
Approximate Bowl Measurements: Bowl Diameter: 5.5" / 14 cm Bowl Weight: 1 lb 4 oz / 580 g
Approximate Bowl Measurements: Dimensions and weights may vary slightly. Bowl Diameter: 7" / 17.7 cm Bowl Weight: 1lb 12 oz / 800 g
These 7" Sri Yantra Bowls have a slightly imperfect design in the center, so we are offering them to you at a discount. They also do not have the gold ring around the rim as they were an earlier prototype for this bowl. Their sound is still sweet and strong and full of healing vibrations.
What is the Sri Yantra?
The Sri Yantra is composed of nine interlocking triangles that radiate outwards from the center.
Four triangles point heavenward. Some say they represent Shiva, or the masculine, while the five that point earthward are for Shakti, or the feminine. This suggests to some that the Sri Yantra symbolizes for the union of the masculine and the feminine divine.
We also find that this central point can represent the junction of the physical, manifest, world and the spiritual realms and the Source, your Higher Self.