Singing Bowl Inscribed - Nepal
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Wisdom Eyes look in all four directions at Buddhist shrines to symbolize “all-seeing.” Often used for meditation, the music of a singing bowl is meant to soothe your soul, cleanse your heart and free your mind of worries. To make the bowl sing, first tap it. Firmly hold the smooth part of the stick upright against the bowl and move it slowly around the outside of the bowl in a circular motion keeping firm contact with the bowl’s surface. The bowl will start to resonate.
- Brass bowl, copper finish
- Wooden stick
- 5Dx3H inches
- Made in Nepal
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