Singing Bowl

Inverted Bell
A standing bell or resting bell is an inverted bell, supported from below with the rim uppermost. Such bells are normally bowl-shaped, and exist in a wide range of sizes, from a few centimetres to a metre in diameter. They are often played by striking, but some—known as singing bowls—may also be played by rotating a mallet around the outside rim to produce a sustained musical note.

What is a Singing Bowl Used For?

  • To make you feel better
  • As an aid in meditation, yoga or a spiritual practice
  • As an aid in teaching
  • For healing practices
  • As a ceremonial object, an altar piece
  • For music and performances, even in orchestras
  • To soothe upset children and babies
  • Getting a classroom full of kids to come to order
  • As a conversation piece that speaks for itself
  • To remind you of something you might have forgotten
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Amazing Benefits of Using a Singing Bowl

  1. Promote Deep Relaxation.
  2. Reduce Stress and Anxiety.
  3. Chakra Balancing.
  4. Aid The Immune System.
  5. Help You ‘Get In The Zone’
  6. Improve Circulation and Blood Flow.

Why do singing bowls sing?

Singing Bowls for Healing. Singing bowls have obvious healing effects. The physical vibration of the sound waves, when a bowl is placed directly on the body, massages the cells and organs in a delicate way, and releases energy blockages. Their sounds influence the brain waves in a positive and balancing way.

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