The Tibetan singing bowl is also known as Himalayan bowl or suzu gongs.
These are 100% handmade, rare nowadays. It has multiple purposes in our lifes. Buddhist monks and spiritual teachers found it very popular as they use it for their daily meditation, and also to keep students'concentration and breathing pace going.
Tibetan singing bowls were originally used throughout Asia as a part of Buddhist meditation practice for several centuries. Nowadays, many health care professionals are using these bowls in combination with other healing practices, such as massage sessions and cancer treatment.
You'll be impressed with its healing powers thanks to its multiple tones - there is many ways to produce "one" unique tone or many single tones ... see how on BBC video
Simply because they are multiphonic instruments, it means multiple harmonic overtones at the same time, making Tibetan bowls unique. The overtones are a result of using an alloy consisting of multiple metals, each producing it's own overtone… the method used by craftsman you can just create a friction between the wooden mallet and the rim of the bowl to produce a harmonious 'singing' sound. Alternatively, when striking Tibetan bowls with a mallet produces a bell-like tone or try to hit it with your finger nails.
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