Singing Bowls

Singing bowls are a type of bell, specifically classified as a standing bell. The sides and rim of singing bowls vibrate to produce sound.
It have longed been believed to contain healing powers. While Western medicine may not know how or be able to document the real therapeutic values of singing bowls, more and more therapists are experimenting with the singing bowls and their effects on brain waves by using new measuring equipment to discover which brain waves are affected by the vibrations of singing bowls.

The powerful vibration of crystal singing bowls can pass through the body and massage each cell delicately. Healthy organs are well-tuned, while the ill ones are in a dissonant. Singing Bowls can restore the harmonic frequencies by adjusting and stimulating the ill organs and the rest of the body. Furthermore, the sound of crystal singing bowls can restore the nervous system.
Silver Sky Imports specializes in the finest collection of Tibetan Singing Bowls and Crystal Singing Bowls. Their Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls are made from over 99.9 percent pure quartz crystal, a naturally occurring element. Because our bodies are also composed of a crystalline structure, using Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls for healing and meditation allows us to respond more quickly and favorably to the sound as therapy. This is why crystals are a key element in many different holistic medicine healing practices.

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