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Singing Bowls: Ancient Wisdoms

According to Tibetan oral tradition, the existence of singing bowls dates back to the time of the historical Buddha Shakyamuni (560 - 480 B.C.). The tradition was brought from India to Tibet, along with the teachings of the Buddha, by the great tantric master Padmasambhava in the 8th century A.D. A singing bowl, also known as a Himalayan bowl or cup gong, is a musical instrument used in Buddhist meditation, dating back many centuries.

They are traditionally played in Tibet, Nepal, India, China, Japan, and Korea, mostly by Buddhist monks and in monasteries. The instrument is made of metal, often including precious metals such as silver and gold. Many other metals, including copper, tin, zinc, lead, iron, and, nickel also feature in many bowls' metallic makeup.

Singing bowls are played by hitting, striking, or slowly rubbing / stirring a wooden striker - mallet within or on the top outer surface of the bowl. When done correctly, the bowl will produce a continuous harmonic sound, said to be relaxing and good for the chakra.

Some claim that many bowls are "tuned" to a specific chakra. Currently, these bowls are used for invoking a deep state of relaxation which naturally assists one in entering into meditation, the ultimate goal being enlightenment, yoga, healing, sound massage, sound therapy, and chakra balancing. These are popular for gifts, decorations and souvenir items.

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