Blue Kyanite Gemstone Bowl, 9" A-Note, Perfect Pitch, 432 Hz

$1,299.98
Size & Note:
9-Inch A-Note
Intentions:
Throat & Minds Eye Chakras, Communication, Peace, Calm, Balance
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Blue Kyanite Gemstone
Empyrean Crystal Singing Bowl

9" A-Note 432 Hz
Perfect Pitch

This exquisite Blue Kyanite Crystal Singing Bowl brings calm, peace and balance through a fusion of pure Blue Kyanite Gemstone and Clear Quartz Crystal. 

Blue Kyanite is a high vibe stone and a wonderful stone for communication both worldly and other-worldly.

The A-Note aligns with the 6th or Minds Eye Chakra. The combination of this A-note bowl with Kyanite gemstone creates opportunities for opening to your intuition, enhance meditation and speaking words of love and wisdom. 

Specifications:
A-Note infused with Blue Kyanite
9 Inches
Perfect Pitch 432 Hz

This Empyrean bowl has a smooth finely polished surface that greatly reduces the sound produced by the striker. 

Suede bowl striker and rubber o-ring are included. Comes packed in a sturdy styrofoam box. We carry cases and strikers as well. Please see our current inventory here.

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HANDLING
• Handle your Crystal Singing Bowls with care. Crystal Singing Bowls are delicate and can actually shatter if played too strongly. 
 
• Your Crystal Singing Bowls are premium-quality yet fragile instruments. Giving them proper care and handling will give you beautiful healing tones and harmonics for a lifetime. 
• Always handle your bowls with gentle care and take special precautions while transporting or storing.  

CARE & CLEANING
To clean your crystal singing bowls, use 
• distilled water and a mild dishwashing soap
• a soft bristle brush or soft white cloth to clean the inside and outside. 
• clear, cool water to then rinse your bowl and 
• a blow dryer on a very low temperature setting to dry it.

Please note: 
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone or product. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In many cases, the colors and saturation are accurate.