In this modern multicultural age, many people draw from different traditions in their spiritual lives. Using beautiful Asian spiritual decoration can help to enhance and expand your own spirituality, the spirituality and beauty of your home, or both at once. Explore music and spirituality with the first Chakra, the Root Chakra Singing Bowl & Spiritual Decoration. Use this Singing Bowl to awaken and enhance instinct, survival and security.
According to Tibetan oral tradition, the singing bowls – also called rin gongs, among other things – originally came to Tibet from India, along with Buddhism. It’s not hard to believe – singing bowls are found in Buddhist temples around the world, and although they are today most closely associated with Tibetan Buddhism, their use as a meditation and chanting aid is seen in many different sects and locations. Modern use also sees this Asian spiritual decoration used in world music and other expressive arts.
Playing the Bowl: Place the singing bowl onto a solid surface and play by striking the rim with a wooden striker, letting the first tone resonate. The singing bowl may also be played in the palm of your hand. Place the singing bowl on you palm and make as little contact with your skin as possible. Let the bowl sit freely(that is do not grab the bowl with you fingers) when you place the bowl on you palm. Gently hit the rim of singing bowl and gently go around outside edge of the singing bowl with the side of the striker, keeping a little pressure on the stick while going around the bowl.
The Tibetan Singing Bowl is created in Nepal and all bowls are made out of alloy of 7 different metals, which represents the universe: Gold, Silver, Copper, Zinc, Tin, Iron, and Brass.
The Root Chakra Singing Bowl & Spiritual Decoration connects us to the first chakra, helping us to be grounded and to have stability in our life. The ‘Root Chakra’ is our base giving us safety and security on earth.
WE have 7 Chakras in our body. Each chakra in your spinal column is believed to influence or even govern bodily functions near its region of the spine. Because autopsies do not reveal chakras, most people think they are a fancy of fertile imagination. Yet their existence is well documented in the traditions of the far east.
One 3.25 inch, hand made Tibetan singing bowl with Handmade Lokta paper box, Silk Cushion and wooden stiker, the red Root Chakra Singing Bowl & Spiritual Decoration.