Do you have a Tibetan singing bowl just sitting on a shelf somewhere in your home? Maybe you picked it up at that cool little shop on a vacation trip, or maybe it was a gift. Perhaps there is something about that bowl that draws you to it but you just can't figure out what it is.
Recently we have received a lot of requests from people who have just heard of Planetary Healing Vibrations and are curious about what might be found in their own bowls. Or maybe you bought a hand hammered singing bowl (from someone else) that is supposed to be for the heart chakra - you like the bowl but it fills you with dread when you play it near your chest - so it sits on a shelf.
The first thing most people do is grab a chromatic tuner, such as a guitar tuner, and try to measure their bowls. They soon find that the guitar tuner flickers and is skitterish, flipping between notes - it is difficult to get a stable reading.
There is a reason for that. Hand hammered Tibetan singing bowls are overtone instruments, they produce more than one frequency at the same time - at the very least 3-4, but usually more than that. A simple chromatic tuner is unable to sort out the little symphony that a hand hammered Tibetan bowl produces.
Here at Heaven of Sound we use a sophisticated scientific acoustic measuring method to certify our Tibetan bowls that can handle the full range of audio/sound frequencies a singing bowl produces. We use an extended periodic table of Planetary Healing Frequencies (originally based on the findings of Hans Cousto) to identify the healing frequencies of every singing bowl (or gong, bell, etc.) we sell and the possible healing effects it can provide. We travel to India to hand select each of our singing bowls, bells and gongs - we measure them there and then again after their long journey to the US. Because of our careful measurements, we are able to offer Certified Planetary singing bowls. You know what to expect from our certified singing bowls and what the probable effects will be when you play them.
Send us your own singing bowls. We will analyze and certify them for you! You will then know what you have, how to use it, where to and where NOT to place it and what healing effects you can achieve.
What you get:
What it costs:
|Accessories to play your Tibetan singing bowl or Burma gong (s=strike, r=rub):|
XS / S
M / L
XL / XXL
|50-400g||---||---||---||---||---||s & r||---||---|
|Accessories to place your Tibetan singing bowls:|
|Bowl diameter||Embroidered pad||Silk pad||Ring cushion||Felt cushion||Silk cushion square||Silk cushion round|
|Accessory to hang a Burma gong:||Accessory for cleaning + preserving a bowl/gong:|
|Gong diameter||<= 55cm
Cleaning & Preservation Oil
|Gong stand size||M||L||XL|