Tree of Life Meditating Buddha Fine Arts - Itched Singing Bowl 6 Inch
This is a handmade Tree of Life Meditating Buddha Fine Arts Itched Singing Bowl. The singing bowl has a beautiful tree of life with Buddha meditating itching done on the center of the bowl along with the Om mandalas around it on the inside.
The tree of life symbol has important meaning in Buddhism. The Bodhi tree has always been revered, as it was under this tree that the Buddha attained enlightenment. The tree of life represents the path to enlightenment and as such, is symbolic of life.
In Buddhism the meditating Buddha is a symbol of enlightenment, which can be attained by conquering egoism and the wants of the material world.
Singing Bowls also known as meditation chakra bowls, healing singing bowls or Himalayan singing bowls have been widely used since from the ancient times in Nepal and Tibet mostly by the Buddhist monks for meditation ,religious ceremonial music, traditional ritual offerings, for praying as praying bowls and as traditional musical instruments.
Nowadays singing bowls are used for medical cures and treatment by the technique of sound therapy, sound massage as a tool for holistic healing, calm the nervous system and reviving brain functions and have successful results in the treatment.
Singing bowl comprised of the seven metals representing different planetary influences:
* Gold = the sun
* Silver = the moon
* Mercury = Mercury
* Copper = Venus
* Iron = Mars
* Tin = Jupiter
* Lead = Saturn
This serve a great decorative purpose and are ideal as gifts for your loved and dear ones.
Size of Singing bowl= 61" Diameter X 3.2"H
Size of Pillow: 5" Diameter
Size of Stick=7" L
Weight of singing bowl=760 grams
How to play Singing bowl ?
1. Hold the bowl in the palm of either hand.
2. With the mallet, rub the outside rim in a circular motion. Keep an even pressure.
3. Gently increase the speed as the bowl begins to vibrate, and as the sound grows. It may help to tap the bowl to begin the vibration.
4. Or enjoy the exotic sound by just tapping the bowl.