Sounds change emotions, heals people, increases focus. When the "right sounds surround you," you create harmony and gain control over your life.
Think about your regular life. You suddenly start to feel better when you hear the tune that you like. It's an instinct that comes from inside and not a thought that you consider before.
What if you use sounds more intentionally to change your state, thinking, and mood? What if you find a sound that makes you feel peaceful and better?
Here is what Tibetan Singing Bowl does for you! The ages-old eastern tradition uses repetitive sounds that vibrate at a specific frequency to heal your mind, body, and soul.
But how to find the right one?
Plan how to use it: If you want to use the bowl for meditation or grounding, choose one with a sound that resonates with you. The larger the bowl, the deeper the sound it emits.
Understand the quality: Please be sure that the poor quality bowls will distribute poor quality sounds. Sound will not be rich and resonant that lingers long after the bowl has been struck. If the bowl fails to hold its sound, it is not the right one. Metal bowls produce better sound quality in general.
Old or New: It is all up to your choice. Older and antique bowls sound mellow, but you need to be sure whether they are genuinely antique. Real antiques should have a certificate that authorized institutions give. Of course, you should be ready to pay from a couple of hundred dollars to many thousands depending on the specifications of the bowl.
Appearance: All the singing bowls are beautiful, especially the ones that are made in Nepal. Many of them are hammered by hand by Nepalese artisans. So, better focus on a look and sounds that resonate with you, and you'll be happy to use them. These bowls can have many different engravings, from chakras to various kinds of symbols. (We strongly suggest you have a look at our forum to understand the meanings of the most common engravings.)
Where to buy: If you have a chance to visit the Nepal region, we strongly suggest you buy it from the well-known Nepalese artisans passionate about their work. But if you don't, buying online is the only other alternative. However, please be sure that the bowl is originally from Nepal. Purchasing it from a reputable seller that can give you strong guarantees would minimize the risk of disappointment.