This listing includes one singing bowl mallet of your choice.
Our new singing bowl mallets are named for the Kumari, the Nepalese tradition of worshipping the living goddess. As part of this practice, a young girl is selected from a certain caste within the Buddhist or Hindu community to be revered and worshipped as the physical embodiment of the divine feminine until the goddess spirit leaves the body of the young girl. Typically they are chosen for a specific day or festival to play the role of a Kumari.
Like the Kumari, these mallets are spiritual tools of the divine feminine, activating the healing energy of the singing bowl with a gentle tap. Their soft, felt heads provide gentle resonance without too much attack, allowing the power of the divine feminine to be gently called through the bowl.
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