The existence of singing bowls dates back to a pre-Buddhist and shamanic bön-po tradition, but the use of bowls for the purpose of singing is considered a more recent phenomenon. It originated from the metal and brass bowls commonly used as a receptacle for thousands of years throughout Asia for asking for the obol. Singing bowls or Tibetan bowls are initially used as a traditional instrument by Buddhist schools, in the Himalayan regions (Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, etc.) and in northern India. Its use has spread throughout the world, and beyond the influences
Buddhists. Of artisanal and ancestral design, the metal is essentially made of brass. Craftsmen sometimes add other metals in order to provide an amplifiative sound quality. Each bowl is unique and gives a singular acoustic. It is not you who chooses the bowl but rather its vibratory rate that captivates you. Let yourself be charmed by the unique sounds of each room.
Composition of rooibos, ginger, orange and cinnamon for a spicy and warming herbal tea.
Improves digestive functions, anti-inflammatory, appetite suppressant and activates the metabolism.
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This Tibetan cushion will be ideal for safely depositing your Tibetan singing bowl. It will allow you to perceive the purity of the sounds emitted by your bowl on it and thus avoid unwanted resonances. This cushion promotes the pure vibrations of your singing bowl.
Neem is traditionally used in Ayurveda for oral care. Neem has antibacterial properties that help fight gum and mouth diseases, including gingivitis. It also prevents cavities and dental plaque and leaves you with fresh breath.
In the West, chai is growing in popularity, especially with the appearance of chai lattes. But in India, chai is much more than a way of preparing tea, it's a true way of life. For centuries, morning, noon and night, in trains, cafes and in every home, the whole country has savored this invigorating drink.
Anti-inflammatory, fights nausea, contains many...
The existence of singing bowls dates back to a pre-Buddhist and shamanic Bon-Po tradition, but the use of bowls for the purpose of singing is considered a more recent phenomenon. It originates from the metal and brass bowls commonly used as a vessel for thousands of years all over Asia to claim the mite. Singing bowls or Tibetan bowls are initially used...