Tibetan Singing Bowl Set by Ohm Store ? Meditation Sound Bowl Handcrafted in Nepal for Yoga, Chakra Healing, Mindfulness, and Stress Relief Musical Instruments
About this item AUTHENTIC HAND HAMMERED 3.5? TIBETAN SINGING BOWL SET ? This high-quality handcrafted meditation bowl set includes a wooden striker and hand sewn cushion. It is hand hammered in the Himalayan Foothills by Nepalese artisans to be as unique as you are and to create an ambience for emotional calming & healing. ENHANCES YOGA, MEDITATION, PRAYER, CHAKRA HEALING AND MINDSET ? Ohm?s Tibetan singing bowls are used worldwide for yoga, meditation and spiritual healing by energy healers, spirituality practitioners, teachers of all kinds and those just looking to experience a beautiful daily resonance. The sound and vibrations promote a relaxed state perfect for deep meditation, creative thinking and intuitive messages. EASILY PLAY MESMERIZING TONES FOR HOLISTIC HEALING ? Healing processes are initiated through entraining our brainwaves to synchronize with the perfect resonance of the bowls. You can easily play peaceful and mesmerizing tones on this unique Tibetan singing bowl to create a type of energy medicine that reduces stress and promotes spiritual, mental and physical healing. IDEAL SIZE TO BRING ANYWHERE ? This bowl set is compact and can easily travel with you everywhere. Bring to yoga classes, the office or retreats. It is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet sings with pure, layered tones. HAND INSPECTED AND TESTED FOR GUARANTEED PERFECT SOUND QUALITY ? Ohm Store ensures it produces and sells only the highest quality and best playing Tibetan singing bowl sets by hand inspecting and testing each set for perfect sound quality. We back our quality with a lifetime guarantee.
10 reviews for Tibetan Singing Bowl Set by Ohm Store ? Meditation Sound Bowl Handcrafted in Nepal for Yoga, Chakra Healing, Mindfulness, and Stress Relief Musical Instruments
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I’ve been wanting one of these bowls for a long time. I was apprehensive of ordering this because the price seemed to be “too good.” But in fact, when it arrived I was more than delighted with it!It is much thicker and heavier than I would have thought, especially at that price. And the sound is beautiful – very clear and crisp — not in any way “tinny.”The striker and the cushion are likewise of high quality. The cushion was not shown separately in the product photos. I had expected it to be a small circular pillow. However, it is actually a padded ring, with an open center. I like this shape better.Part of what attracted me to this item is that it is artisan made. I like supporting artisans and appreciate the crafting and hard work that goes into such of products. They are more meaningful to me than mass produced items.All in all, I’m sorry I waited so long to purchase this! I can’t recommend this product highly enough.—I was not paid or in any way compensated for this review. I paid the regular price listed on Amazon at the time of my purchase.
Christopher Pace –
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I had apprehensions about purchasing a small bowl only because of the depth of sound. I know nothing about Chakras or which notes the various types of bowls play, I only know what is pleasing to me and helps me to clear my mind while meditating. This little bowl fits very well in to my evening routine and I am VERY pleased with my purchase. It was fairly easy to get the bowl to sing and to actually change the pitch by changing the angle of the striker along with the speed and pressure variation.Some caveats to be aware if is that the striker for it is just a standard piece of wood, not glossy or wrapped in anything, which means the wood does get dirty from sliding around the outer edge of the bowl. This is not a big deal for me since I actually use this for meditation and not as a centerpiece to a display or anything.The seller was prompt and the item was as it was advertised so I am very happy with this purchase.
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My first singing bowl and I love it! It’s easy to get it to resonate and I like the sound. It doesn’t hold the tone as long as my friends bowl. I’m sure it will add a new dimension of fun to my practice!
Maximum Verbosity –
Disclaimer: I have zero experience using one of these so I’m just going by my uneducated opinion.I bought this for my daughter for Christmas as part of a themed meditation gift basket. Sadly, she decided not to spend Christmas with me 🙁 So I was boxing it up to return and decided to see what it sounded like. I’ll admit, I had to look up a YouTube video for instructions on how to use it but it’s actually quite easy!Just hold the small end of the wooden mallet in your dominant hand making sure to keep it straight and vertical. Touch it to the outside center of the bowl and slowly, without lifting the mallet or losing contact, run the mallet along the outside. If you do it with finesse, you’ll be rewarded with a deep, loud sound. It’s not a chime, it’s not a ring – it’s something deeper. My dog is not a fan.But there is something satisfying about it. I could see someone using it along with their ‘ohm’ part of meditation (or in place of). I don’t really know what that is – I’m Catholic – but I know it’s similar to prayer which is separating yourself from the here & now and letting your mind free to focus on positive things.I think this would make a great gift for someone who is spiritual but not religious. I actually bought a gratitude journal, ayurvedic lavender soap, imported incense, a candle and some essential oils to go with the whole package, which unfortunately I now have to return, but it might give someone else an idea of a nice gift to give someone you maybe don’t know well, or who is sick, recovering from something or maybe would benefit from some introspection.
I purchased a different singing bowl for myself and like it well enough. Then Amazon suggested this bowl. So I bought it as a birthday present for my cousin. Of course I had to test it to see what it sounds like. OMGosh it has a beautiful tone and is very easy to make it sing!! You can tangibly feel the vibrations in the air from it. And since I love it so much, I went ahead and bought one for myself =)
Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer –
The bowl was solid and works well. Bright clear tone. Rings well. Easy to rub the wooden striker around the bowl and get it to sing.
Michael P –
Beautifully crafted for a modest price. This authentic, hand-hammered, Tibetan singing bowl produces a strong vibration and warm tone to help center and enrich your life. I am very pleased with the packaging, production and results, and you should be too. The premise of the singing bowl is to induce Theta brain waves. Theta waves are that in-between state of light sleeping, hypnosis and lucid dreaming, and of course meditation.The bottom line is, this instrument does work when used frequently with your meditation practices. Best of all, you won’t break the bank buying it, it is handcrafted and durable, and the one I received was smooth and thoughtfully constructed.
Jon DomachowskiJon Domachowski –
UNLIKE what a few others have stated, this bowl gets VERY loud when using the proper technique. LIKE what others have said, it has a beautiful female voice, mine is D flat, and an awoken voice of E…..simply beautiful! I do recommend a suede mallet, but after you get the proper technique mastered, the chatter will stop, which is what keeps the others from saying it doesn’t get loud ?
T Karcher –
Beautiful singing bowl! I ordered four as gifts for friends and was pleasantly surprised at the quality, given the price. I have a larger singing bowl that my mom brought home from Tibet, and these little guys sound just as lovely. They have a nice weight and their tone is quite pretty. I didn’t find any issues with mold as others have mentioned… not sure what happened there. Perhaps the seller had an isolated incident with storing them? Anyhow, the bowls came wrapped tightly in bubble wrap, including the striker. It made for a wonderful, thoughtful gift for Christmas/New Year. Signing bowls are touted to have great healing qualities, in addition to their use as a meditation aide. There are some great websites that explain their use in easing arthritic pain and helping with cancer therapy. Very intriguing.
CB Twelve –
I’m absolutely new to singing bowls and this is my first one and looked at videos on Youtube to see how their used. So I’m gonna tell you my experience from day one of receiving it up until now, which will be useful to other first time users. When I first unpacked it I bugged out on how small it is. Now I knew it was gonna be small from the reviews on it before purchasing, but I just didn’t realize how small until I actually got it in my hand. It’s stark small. Even in my small hand it felt too small to use. I was trying to rotate the wood stick around the edge and was feeling awkward like this thing isn’t made to be held, not to mention that I wasn’t getting a sound from it. But this was really my inexperience and being a stranger, not the size of the bowl, which I gradually discovered afterward. It’s a day by day thing.Now it comes with a little note on a card with a friendly greeting and a how to use it link to download, but I found the website address to be nonexistent or the address not given correctly. Numerous hits came up with none of them being the actual Ohm Store selling this bowl and offering any download, and I was a little frustrated with that. But I didn’t panic and start thinking that I’ve just been gypped, and Googled how play a singing bowl to read something about holding and playing it. Which turned out out well. And so I suggest not bothering with the note. Don’t aggravate yourself with that, on what will appear to be a wild goose chase. I hope that the Ohm Store will get around to correcting this feature.So now that I’ve obtained a grasp on how to hold and play it, I still found it awkward to hold and play. The only sound I could get from it was by striking it on the side. So I sat the bowl down on a bed table in front of me, and was able to play it that way. I could actually hear it singing with the striker stick circling the edge. And this had me convinced for awhile that the bowl is made too small to use in your hand. And I then realized that that way was a problem too, as the bowl was sliding around on the table. Which is what kept using it in my hand in my intention. So for day one’s practice, I played it little in the only way that I could, on a table, and called it a day. And I took a couple of shots at it later on in the night on the table. For a total of 3 tries on day one.Now on day two, amazingly, I found that I was able to play it in my hand. Not well, but playing it. Now what happened? What was the difference between today and yesterday? The difference was acquaintance. I was a total stranger to the bowl yesterday and more acquainted with it today. So I found that you have to become attuned to the world of sacred sound. The effort you made on the first day isn’t forgotten by the other side your connecting to. Okay, now on day two I’m playing it my hand, and it still felt awkward. And today, like yesterday, I put in a total of 3 tries and called it a day.Okay, now on day three, I decided to use the ring with the bowl in my hand, with my hand opened, fingers not touching the bowl. To give it some height that may allow me to circle the striker more smoothly. And to my surprise, I was playing that bowl much much better. In fact, the sound got louder and louder as I was circling, like a symphony, and I started feeling a very strong vibration in my hand that flowed up to my forearm. The difference as far as I can see, is acquaintance. Each day brings you closer to the realm of sacred sound. And I found the bowl to feel comfortable in my hand with the ring.Well that’s all I have to tell you for now. I’ve been using it for 3 days. It’s a great bowl, I love it, and are grateful to have it. Kudos to the Ohm Store for kicking out a wonderful work of art at an affordable price, and I highly recommend this bowl to everyone. Especially newbies. All in all, the tiny size of the bowl isn’t an issue. It has nothing to do with the function and quality of the bowl, and if you are new at it, you will experience the same break in period with a larger bowl. In fact, the small size of the bowl makes it perfect to carry with you.