Signing Bowls Collection
Singing bowls, also known as Tibetan singing bowls, have their origins in the Himalayan region, particularly in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, and India. The exact origin of singing bowls is unclear, but they are believed to date back to ancient times, possibly around 560-480 B.C. During the Bronze Age, these bowls were crafted using a blend of metals, including copper, tin, zinc, iron, silver, and gold. Over the centuries, the art of making singing bowls has been passed down through generations.
Singing bowls are commonly used in meditation and relaxation practices. The soothing tones produced by the bowls help induce a state of deep relaxation and tranquility. In alternative healing practices, singing bowls are used for sound therapy. The vibrations and harmonics produced by the bowls are believed to have therapeutic effects on the body, mind, and spirit.
Some practitioners use singing bowls to balance and align the body's energy centers, known as chakras. Each bowl is associated with a specific chakra, and the vibrations are thought to bring these energy centers into harmony. When played, a singing bowl is struck or rubbed with a mallet, producing a resonant and continuous sound. The vibrations and tones are considered not only audible but also felt, creating a holistic sensory experience.