Meditation Singbowls - Gulpa Round 2000g Coloured
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Relief stress, sleep better and meditate using these therapeutic grade singing bowls hand crafted in Nepal.
This cast Gulpa Singbowl is great for meditation, stress relief and helping you sleep better. It can be used to calm children and help them stay focused and retain information for their studies. All of these bowls are first made in a cast mould, some then are beaten to give in a hand beaten look whereas others are painted with the Tibetan mantra Ohm mani padme ohm.
Diameter: 22.5cm as measured at the widest part of the bowl
Total Weight: 2000g
Made in: Nepal
Key Note: D, E or F
Chakra: Sacral, Solar Plexus or Heart Chakra
- Singing bowl
- Striking mallet (Suede mallet for 15 cm and Buddha head mallet for smaller ones)
- Colourful handmade cushion (various colours)
1) Every bowl is individually made so the weight and size will vary slightly. This will also result in the sound of each bowl to be different.
2) We make the bowl especially for your order from scratch to please allow 2-3 weeks for making and delivery.
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Meditation for better sleep: Just before going to bed, sit quietly on or near your bed with your Singbowl in hand. Start to play the bowl. Hold the bowl close to your heart whilst playing, to feel the resonance. If you find the bowl becomes too heavy, you can sit the bowl on your lap. Close your eyes and imagine the sound washing over your body, notice any physical tension and allow that to release. Let the sound carry through your mind and thoughts. Imagine all the thoughts of the day are washing away. Allow them to arise and then dissipate - don't judge them or force them - they will flow away naturally. When you feel complete, place the bowl beside your bed and lie down ready for sleep. Just before you close you eyes you can reach over and gently strike the bowl with the mallet once. Listen to the sound fade to silence as you close your eyes and drift to sleep.