- Tuned to vibrate in the third eye chakra region in the center of the forehead
- Hand-painted indigo finish represents the color associated with the sixth chakra
- Crafted entirely by hand in Nepal according to ancient traditions
- Comes with 5-inch by 1-inch wooden ringing mallet and cushion
- Chakra Balancing Music and Sound Healing for Your Well Being.Bowl measures 4.75 inches in diameter by 3 inches in height,Weight-780 grams
Ayurveda is a centuries-old healing tradition that focuses on encouraging a proper flow of energy throughout the body. According to the ancient healing practice, problems of the body, mind and emotions occur when energy centers called chakras become closed off. This disrupts the flow of energy and can lead to a variety of symptoms. To address the problems, Ayurvedic practitioners use a number of interventions, including color and sound.
The sixth of the seven chakras is known as ajna or agnya and is positioned in the forehead between the yes. Its position has earned it the nickname "the third eye chakra." Your center for spirituality, wisdom and dreams, the chakra is associated with idealism, intuitiveness and practicality. When it is closed, Ayurvedic practitioners believe that health problems like headaches and migraines, vision problems, sinus problems and hearing problems can occur.
Issues stemming from the sixth chakra are often addressed with singing bowls. These musical instruments produce tones that are thought to open the chakra and are painted in blue to help open the third eye. Often, the bowls are used during therapies as well as before yoga or meditation.
The ShalinIndia Ajna Indigo Buddhist Singing Bowl is an authentic handcrafted and hand-painted singing bowl tuned to the tone for the third eye. Produced in Nepal in accordance with Tibetan traditions, it is crafted out of brass and is 5.5 inches wide by 3.5 inches high. A wooden mallet (7x1 inch) and cushion are sold with the singing bowl.
Promote the flow of energy through your third eye and practice Ayurveda at home. Order the ShalinIndia Ajna Indigo Buddhist Singing Bowl now.