4 Inch Om Mani Padme Hum Singing Bowl1

4 Inch Om Mani Padme Hum Singing Bowl

$54.99

This Tibetan Singing Bowl is constructed of 7 metal alloys with its inner and outer surfaces etched with the auspicious Om Mani Padme Hum syllables.

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Description

This Tibetan Singing Bowl is constructed of 7 metal alloys with its inner and outer surfaces etched with the auspicious Om Mani Padme Humsyllables. The bottom of the bowl is embossed with the powerful Double Dorje symbol surrounded by a circle of flames. It comes with a wooden mallet and a beautiful soft cushion for the Singing Bowl to rest on.

Om Mani Padme Hum is probably the most famous mantra in Buddhism, the six syllabled mantras of the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteshvara (Tibetan Chenrezig, Chinese Guanyin). The Dalai Lama is said to be an incarnation of Chenrezig or Avalokiteshvara, so the mantra is especially revered by his devotees and it is commonly carved onto rocks and written on paper which is then inserted into prayer wheels to increase its effects.

Dorje, also known as Vajra in Sanskrit, is a sacred Tibetan symbol of cosmic energy that represents the ‘thunderbolt of enlightenment. The Double Dorje symbol, also known as Vishvavajra, comprises two Dorjes mounted together to form a cross. The resultant four heads of the cross represent the four Dhyani-Buddhas of the four directions. This symbol is often used as a stamp or a seal, placed on the bottom of statues and as pendants, to signify the indestructibility of knowledge, empower inner strength, and ward of evil spirits.

A Cleansing or Singing Bowl, also known as a Himalayan bowl or cup gong, is a musical instrument used in Buddhist meditation, dating back many centuries. They are traditionally played in Tibet, Nepal, India, China, Japan, and Korea, mostly by Buddhist monks and in monasteries. Today, Singing Bowls are frequently used for meditation, prayers, hymns, healing, sound massage, chakra balancing, yoga, and purification of Chi (energy) in Feng Shui practice. It is especially good in attracting new business opportunities and increasing sales.

A Singing Bowl, also known as a Himalayan bowl or cup gong, is a musical instrument used in Buddhist meditation, dating back many centuries. They are traditionally played in Tibet, Nepal, India, China, Japan, and Korea, mostly by Buddhist monks and in monasteries.

Today, Singing Bowls are frequently used for meditation, healing, sound massage, chakra balancing, yoga, and purification of Chi (energy) in Feng Shui practice. It is especially good in attracting new business opportunities and increasing sales. The Singing Bowl produces the most exotic and dazzling sound when tapped firmly with the wooden mallet. The fascinating and sensational sound created by the Singing Bowl purifies the energy in all space ‘touched’ by it. The continuous harmonic sound enhances and purifies the Ch’i, enlivens and nourishes stale Ch’i with balanced yin and yang energy, chases away negative energy, transforms inauspicious energies into auspicious energies, and produces Seng Ch’i, the intrinsic energy which brings good fortune and prosperity. In addition, the lingering and soothing harmonics produced penetrates deep within the body and mind creating a sense of tranquility and subtle healing.

Regardless of any spiritual connections, you will benefit from this wonderful Singing Bowl. Use it regularly in your home and be amazed at how you will immediately feel better with all obstacles dissolved and how things seem to fall miraculously into place!

Additional information

Weight1.2 kg
Dimensions10.2 × 10.2 × 4.6 cm
Materials

7 Types Quality Metal

Color

Brass