Travel Root Singing Bowl

Sale price$54.84


 A singing bowls "sings" when you strike the edge of the bowl with the mallet and run it around the edge, producing highly energized vibrations, tones, and rhythms. These frequencies work in conjunction with the brain waves to induce deep meditation, deep relaxation, regeneration, and to relieve pain

Travel sized metal singing bowls comes with a carrying case, wooden mallet, and fabric cushion. Bowl measures approx. 1.5”H x 3” in diameter and is handcrafted in Nepal.

A root chakra singing bowl is a captivating musical instrument uniquely attuned to the energy of the root chakra, or Muladhara. This foundational energy center is associated with feelings of grounding, stability, and a deep connection to the physical world. Crafted to emit resonant and soothing tones, the bowl's vibrations are meticulously tuned to a specific frequency that resonates with the root chakra's energy. When played with a mallet or striker, the bowl's melodic notes create a transformative auditory experience that is felt not only through the ears but also within the body. The vibrations are believed to foster a sense of grounding, security, and stability, making the root chakra singing bowl a powerful tool for stress reduction and promoting emotional balance. Often incorporated into meditation, energy healing, and relaxation practices, the bowl's tones are thought to clear energy blockages, restore equilibrium, and cultivate a profound sense of inner strength. Whether used individually or in group settings, the root chakra singing bowl offers a unique avenue to explore the interplay between sound, vibration, and the nurturing of a grounded and secure foundation within the self.

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