Bronze Himalayan Singing Bowl 6" C#/G

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Himalayan Flat Bottom Bronze Singing Bowl
With Striker and Pillow

Ideal for placing directly on the body, this smaller-sized Himalayan Bronze Metal Bowl makes a perfect fit for sound vibration therapy on different parts of the body. It can also be useful as a gong or bell-type bowl for meditation and ritual. 

This little bowl is very easily played. Using various techniques and striker tools this vibrant bowl can produce multiple tones. It's capable of deep vibrations and long-lasting sustained tones. Learn details on how to sing your new metal bowl here.

This bowl's singing notes include:
G-Note (772 Hz) when "sung" on the rim 
G-note bowls are used for the Throat Chakra, located on the throat. Associated with speech, communication, social, verbal and emotional expression. Physical body connections include throat, lungs, bronchial and voice. Use G-note bowls for all creative activities and expression.
Color: Blue
Vibrational Alignment: Truth, purpose, expression, artistry, service, healing, synchronicity, communication
C#-Note (284 Hz) when struck like a gong
C-note and C#-note bowls are used for the 1st or Root Chakra, located at the base of the spine. This chakra is associated with the powerful Kundalini force, a forceful and potent fire energy. It's associated with the challenges of survival, aspiration, grounding, centering, and balancing experiences that create "fight or flight" energies in your physical body.
The C-note at the root chakra enables us to align with and attune to Mother Earth. These healing vibrations anchor us to Mother Earth and Source. The Root Chakra brings our energies into physical existence and is the primary source of usable physical energy. It also represents culture, birthplace, and past life influences.
Color: Red
Attunement: Life energy, centering, grounding, security, stability, vitality, patience, perseverance

Bowl Dimensions
Size: 6.25" in diameter by 2.25" in high
Weight: 1 lb, 6 oz or 624 grams
Rim Thickness: Averages 2.6 mm

Includes a striker and the pillow.
Image and video are of the actual bowl.