This incredibly special Tibetan singing bowl is imported from the Himalayan mountain region of Nepal. The dimension of this Tibetan bowl is 8 1/2 inches in (W), and 3 3/4 inches in (H), and weighs in at 3 lb. And Local Tibetan artisan from villages located outside of the forbidden city, create these special bowls according to century old traditions put in place by the monks of Tibet. All my signing bowls are produced in the old-world Tibetan fashion smelted with the seven metals, not to be confused with less expensive mass-produced Brass bowls.I will include as a bonus a beautiful genuine Tibetan silk base ring cushion pillow, as seen in the pictures. Please take advantage of my low overhead and reasonable prices, genuine Tibetan bowls of the quality sell for more elsewhere. Please do not confuse this special artisan crafted Tibetan sighing bowl Imported from Tibetan Villagers of Nepal, with mass produced bowls manufactured in a factory somewhere. Singing bowls have a mysterious past and not much is known about their origins.
Their history began at a time long before the dawn of modern civilization, with the result that written information about them is almost close to non-existent. The first singing bowls were said to be made in Mesopotamia over 5,000 years ago.
As such, singing bowls are believed to be one of the most ancient artisan crafts in human history. Although folklore about the artisans behind singing bowls existed in the later centuries, knowledge of that folklore unfortunately died along with the singing bowls succeeding owners. The very first singing bowls were said to be made of pure copper and produced for both medicinal and musical purposes. They were produced primarily inside the homes of the artisans. Knowledge about the metalwork was passed on from generation to generation, although eventually this knowledge chain was broken.Sometime later, singing bowls began to be made of brass, which is a combination of various earth metals, including copper. Some anecdotal references say that 2,000-year old brass singing bowls appeared in a Chinese region called Tibet at the dawn of the last century. The singing bowls Tibetan origins added to their historical ambiguity.
Although singing bowls could be found inside monasteries and homes, it was said that monks were not allowed to discuss anything about these bowls. As a matter of fact, the monks sacred text, called the Tibetan Buddhist Canon, also contained no information about the bowls. Anecdotal references say that Tibetan lamas and monks used these bowls for secret, sacred rituals.
It is even said that these rituals were so spiritual in nature that it gave the monks the ability to astral project and travel into other realms and dimensions. During the Chinese invasion of Tibet in the middle of the 19th century, the indigenous people, known as the lamas and monks, were forced to flee, taking all of their valued possessions with them, including their singing bowls. In order to survive the crisis, the lamas and monks were forced to sell their singing bowls and other items of significant value. This circumstance led to singing bowls spreading around the world, as well as causing the esoteric knowledge about them to disappear.Today, singing bowls mystical sounds can now be heard in many different places such as healing centers, yoga studios, classrooms, temples, and much more. But one thing remains singing bowls are still as powerful of a spiritual, medicinal and musical tool as they were thousands of years ago. Tibetan Singing bowls also known as meditation chakra bowls, healing singing bowls or Himalayan singing bowls had been widely used dating back to the earliest of ancient times in Tibet mostly by the Buddhist monks for meditation, religious ceremonial music, traditional ritual offerings, healing ceremonies, and as a traditional musical instruments. Comprised of the seven metals representing different planetary influences. This singing bowl also used as bowls for rice feeding or food bowls mostly in the Himalayan mountains region in the early days.
Singing Bowls produces a wonderful singing sound, and healing vibration when they are hit, tapped, struck or rubbed by a singing bowls wooden striker/mallet or dowel. Singing bowls are used for meditation, sound therapy, healing, sound massage and more. Now a days singing bowls are used for medical cures and treatment. This is created by the technique of sound vibration therapy, sound massage as a tool for holistic healing, calming the nervous system and reviving brain functions, and have successful results in so many different holistic treatments.The item "Tibetan Premium 7 Metal Singing Bowl 8 1/2 Inch Artisan Hand Made From Nepal" is in sale since Thursday, October 29, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Religion & Spirituality\Buddhism\Other Buddhism Collectibles". The seller is "crystalenlightenmentguy" and is located in Boca Raton, Florida.
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