Tibetan Sky Bowl

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  • This singing bowl is handcrafted in Kathmandu exclusively for DharmaShop and features a golden finish with contrasting etched Tibetan cloud designs.
  • Many magical cloud formations can be found in Tibetan art. The main cloud design seen on the inside base of the bowl is inspired by a hand-painted design that adorn vintage Tibetan furniture inside our DharmaShop office.
  • A cloud can take any shape,  having the potential to be anything.  There is a beautiful freedom and that comes from understanding that our reality is as fluid and ever-changing as the sky.

The sky is infinite, immaculate, and full of possibility.  Clouds may come and go across the sky just as thoughts and distractions pass through our mind, yet the pure clarity of the sky remains unchanged.  Air is an active energy that carries an essence of intelligence and intuition.  Many people believe that air is the element that best represents spirituality, as it is something we can feel but cannot see.

Bowl rings at about a G# note when struck with a woolen mallet.  This note resonates with the Throat Chakra.  It influences communication, dreaming, artistic expression, good judgment, self-belief, wisdom, and truthfulness.  When the Throat Chakra is balanced, it allows for free communication, helping us to feel centered and happy.  Because each bowl is handmade, the note may vary slightly from bowl to bowl.

Bowl measures approximately 7-7.25 inches wide and 3-3.75 inches deep.  Comes with a traditional wooden striker.

Sounds great and recorded with ouHandcrafted Red Wool Mallet! 


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Jerry d.
United States United States

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Excellent and sustaining tone. Need to expand my collection of Crown, Throat and Root bowls to cover all the chakras.

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Steve W.
United States United States

Among my favorites

If I were looking for a high quality bowl with exquisite, sustained tone and wasn't ready to spring for a large bowl, this is undoubtedly the one to chose. I have several bowls in my collection, and this is one of my top three favorites. It has ornamentation without being ornate, rings and sings beautifully, and sustains for as long as some of my larger bowls. Great way to start a serious collection and it would make an awesome special gift.

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