With each Tibetan Singing Bowl handpicked from Nepal by Akiko Igarashi from SHIMA Healings, bring sound healing therapy to your own space by performing your own rimming to emit deep, rich vibrations. Known to help promote deep relaxation and stress reduction, the use of singing bowls date back to 2400 BC, and have been used for centuries as part of meditative practices.
Tibetan Singing Bowls naturally cause chakras to self correct. The sound waves, in the form of sine waves run correcting frequencies to the unbalanced chakras, bringing them back to normal functioning.
1 x small Tibetan Singing Bowl - 8cm (D) x 5cm in (H) (Size/shade/design may vary)
1 x wooden Mallet (Size may vary)
1 x cushion or box (Colour and accessory may vary)
Each singing bowl provides specifically pitched tones for a major chakras, providing each chakra with a specific key for optimal balancing:
TYPES OF TIBETAN SINGING BOWLS
- Root Chakra Singing Bowl - Note F
- Navel Chakra Singing Bowl - Note C
- Power (Solar Plexus) Chakra Singing Bowl - Note G
- Heart Chakra Singing Bowl - Note D
- Throat Chakra Singing Bowl - Note A
- Third Eye Chakra Singing Bowl - Note E
- Crown Chakra Singing Bowl - Note B
For more detailed information on Chakra benefits please visit our Shima Collection page.
If you would like to know which designs we have in stock please contact us.
Tibetan Chakra System – Fifths
Chakras are associated with colors, body centers, various human qualities and notes. There are two major systems that you can follow. They are the Vedic and the Tibetan Systems. The Vedic system is the Western diatonic scale starting from note C at the Root chakra. Teachers of Tibetan singing bowl therapy set up singing bowls in a pattern where the intervals between the notes corresponding to the chakras are a fifth apart, with F at the Root chakra. Our bowls follow the Tibetan System.
HOW TO USE:
Sit comfortably on a chair or on the floor. Balance the bowl in the open palm of your non-dominant hand, with your fingers stretched. Do not cup the bowl.
Gently tap the bowl and move the accompanying mallet in a circular motion against the bowl’s rim.
Shima means ‘Island’ in Japanese, ‘Love’ in Sanskrit and ‘Mother’ in Navajo, Native American.
Based in Koh Yao Noi in Thailand and founded by Akiko Igarashi, Shima Healing is an institute and a nurturing training community focused on the traditional healing arts – with a deep focus on the use of Tibetan Singing Bowl for sound healing and wellness-inducing purposes. Focused on imparting ancient practices in an unadulterated fashion, it is part of a lineage from Nepal that follows an ancient style of Tibetan Singing Bowl therapy.
SHIMA is about imparting ancient practices in an unadulterated fashion. All programs are built upon the foundation of healing and its vision is to be a beacon of excellence in the spiritual development of individuals and communities.
Ref: Effects of Singing Bowl Sound Meditation on Mood, Tension, and Well-being: An Observational Study
Individuals are encouraged to use discrimination in diagnosing and treating any condition - be it medical, emotional or spiritual. You should never substitute singing bowls for professional medical treatment. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.