Why Buy from Nepal: Buddhist Singing Bowl

Tibetan oral tradition declares that the creation of 'singing bowls' happened way back in time. The historical Buddha Shakyamuni (560 – 480 B.C.) period is noted to be the one.  

The tradition of using singing bowls for meditation was brought from India to Tibet, at the same time Buddha's teachings were being unfurled. Among many wisdoms, techniques and equipment to assist with meditation was being introduced by the great tantric master Padmasambhava in the 8th century A.D.

Nepal being the boiling pot of spirituality, soon began to have their markets crowded with these. We make it easier to purchase Tibetan Singing bowls in Australia. Since, it comes all the way from Nepal, Jano's Bazaar would not only want you to buy singing bowls in Brisbane and not know the transformations yet to better your life. Here's a brief of how singing bowls magnify your spiritual experiences.

Relaxation and Meditation with Rich, Deep Tones

Singing bowls were one such discovery that illuminated spirituality. The bowl produces sound which can invoke a deep state of relaxation. It naturally assists in entering into meditation. These are found on private Buddhist altars, and in temples, monasteries, and meditation halls all throughout the world.

Soon, historians hunted for its origin. In recent times, metallurgical analysis showed varied results. One well researched report from we know of from Concordia University, Quebec shows most of the bowls to be an eight metal alloy of copper and tin laced with traces of lead, iron, gold, zinc, silver and mercury.

Eventually, Tibetan singing bowls came to be used for deep relaxation, stress reduction, holistic healing, Reiki, chakra balancing, and also influenced global music. Most people find the rich blend of harmonic overtones have a noticeable effect upon their chakras.

Significant Uses of a Singing Bowl

Playing the bells help people have a centering effect. The tones set up a “frequency following response” which creates a balancing left/right brain synchronization. 

Tibetan meditation music from a tibetan singing bowl for zen meditation are subtle sounds that help tune into the 'sounds of the universe'. They are called singing bowls because their sound continues to float for a long time after being played. 

The bowls have spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical effects. Some benefits are: 

  • Deep relaxation, pain relief for joints, muscles, sciatica, headache and migraine, the digestive system, headaches and migraine, spine injuries, and shoulders.
  • Improved blood circulation, better digestion, better immune system
  • Relaxed mind, mental/emotional tensions and blockages are eased
  • Better concentration 
  • Alleviated mental or emotional pain
  • A positive feeling of self
  • Better balance and harmony in your life

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