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Singing Bowls Nada Yoga

Composition Nepal/Tibetan Singing Bowls : 
NE0264, NE0265 and NE0269: Copper 71.5% / Tin 28% / Nickel 0.02% / Mercury 0.01% / Zinc 0.02% / Iron 0.02% / Lead 0.001% / Silver 0.002% / Gold 0.0001%.">NE0262 and NE0266: Copper 71% / Tin 28.5% / Nickel 0.02% / Mercury 0.01% / Zinc 0.02% / Iron 0.02% / Lead 0.001% / Silver 0.002% / Gold 0.0001%.
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Singing bowls (also known as Tibetan Singing Bowls, rin gongs, Himalayan bowls or suzu gongs) are a type of bell, specifically classified as a standing bell. Rather than hanging inverted or attached to a handle, singing bowls sit with the bottom surface resting. The sides and rim of singing bowls vibrate to produce sound characterized by a fundamental frequency (first harmonic) and usually two audible harmonic overtones (second and third harmonic). According to singing bowl researcher Joseph Feinstein, singing bowls were traditionally used in Asia and the tradition of making sound with bronze bowls could go back 3,000 or more years to the Bronze Age.
Singing bowls are used worldwide for meditation, music, relaxation, personal well-being. They are used by a wide range of professionals, including health workers, school teachers, musicians and spiritual teachers. Singing bowls are used in health care by psychotherapists, massage therapists, cancer specialists, stress and meditation specialists. They are used to help treat cancer patients and also for post traumatic stress disorder. They are popular in classrooms to help facilitate group activities and focus students' attention.

Singing bowls were historically made throughout Asia, especially Nepal, China and Japan. They are closely related to decorative bells made along the silk road from the Near East to Western Asia. Today they are made in Nepal, India, Japan, China and Korea. The best known types are from the Himalayan region and are often referred to as Tibetan singing bowls although any history in Tibet is disputable as there are none found there today.

In Tibetan Buddhist practice, singing bowls are used as a signal to begin and end periods of silent meditation. Some practitioners, for example, Chinese Buddhists use the singing bowl to accompany the wooden fish during chanting, striking it when a particular phrase is chanted. In Japan and Vietnam, singing bowls are similarly used during chanting and may also mark the passage of time or signal a change in activity, for example changing from sitting to walking meditation. In Japan, singing bowls are used in traditional funeral rites and ancestor worship. Every Japanese temple holds a singing bowl. Singing bowls are found on altars and in meditation rooms worldwide.
The oral and written traditions from the Himalayan region are vast and largely unknown in the West. It is unknown whether there are any traditional texts about singing bowls. All known references to them are strictly modern. However, a few pieces of art dating from several centuries ago depict singing bowls in detail, including Tibetan paintings and statues. Some Tibetan rinpoches and monks use singing bowls in monasteries and meditation centers today. Singing bowls from at least the 15th century are found in private collections. The tradition may date significantly earlier since bronze has been used to make musical instruments for thousands of years. Bronze bells from Asia have been discovered as early as the 8th?10th century BC and singing bowls are thought to go back in the Himalayas to the 10th-12th century AD (Feinstein, 2011).
Singing bowls are played by striking the rim of the bowl with a padded mallet. They can also be played by the friction of rubbing a wood, plastic, or leather wrapped mallet around the rim of the bowl to emphasize the harmonic overtones and a continuous 'singing' sound.
Singing bowls produce a unique sound and also physical vibration that can be felt. They produce multiple harmonic overtones at the same time which gives the instrument an unusual complex tone.
Both antique and new bowls are widely used as an aid to meditation. They are also used in yoga, music therapy, sound healing, religious services, performance and for personal enjoyment.
Singing bowls are still manufactured today in the traditional way as well as with modern manufacturing techniques. New bowls may be plain or decorated. They sometimes feature religious iconography and spiritual motifs and 
Symbols, such as the Tibetan mantra Om mani padme hum, images of Buddhas, and Ashtamangala (the 8 auspicious Buddhist symbols).

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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/10

Weight: 250-300 g; Dimensions: 10.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

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You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/101

Weight: 300-400 g; Dimensions: 11 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

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You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/11

Weight: 400-450 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/12

Weight: 450-500 g; Dimensions: 11.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

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You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/13

Weight: 500-575 g; Dimensions: 12.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/14

Weight: 575-675 g; Dimensions: 13.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Sining Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/17

Weight: 675-750 g; Dimensions: 15 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

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You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Sining Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/18

Weight: 850-1000 g; Dimensions: 18 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/20

Weight: 1000-1150 g; Dimensions: 18.5 cm

Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/21

Weight: 1150-1350 g; Dimensions: 19.5 cm

Singing Bowll Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/22

Weight: 1350-1450 g; Dimensions: 21 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/25

Weight: 1450-1550 g; Dimensions: 21.5 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/26

Weight: 1600-1700 g

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/261

Weight: 1700-2050 g; Dimensions: 25-27 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/27

Weight: 2050-2200 g; Dimensions: 28 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/31

Weight: 2400-2600 g; Dimensions: 30-32 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/32

Weight: 2800-2950 g; Dimensions: 31-32 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/33

Weight: 2950-3150 g; Dimensions: 30-33 cm

Singing bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/34

Weight: 3200-3600 g; Dimensions: 32-33 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/39

Weight: 6400-6600 g; Dimensions: 41 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/42

Weight: 7400-7600 g; Dimensions: 42 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/44

Weight: 8400-8600 g; Dimensions: 45 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Productnr.: NE0269/50

Weight: 10.500 g; Dimensions: 50 cm

Singing Bowl Nada Yoga

Attention please!

You need to order the singing bowl rubbing sticks separately - see singing bowl accessories: www.phoeniximport.eu/pag,en,cat,565.html

Nada Yoga means "union through sound." It is the ancient spiritual art and science of inner transformation through sound and tone. Meditation on sound is one universal path to Self Realisation, accessible to anyone, and appropriate for people of any religion or spiritual aspiration.

Beaten Singing Bowls: Beaten or hand hammered singing bowls are completely made by a hand hammering process. In beaten singing bowls, every single singing bowl is carefully hand beaten, which requires several processes to finish up and being shaped into a perfect hand hammered bowl. In the making process, first the various compositions of metals as raw materials (Copper, Tin, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Gold and Silver) will be melted in a furnace, depending on manufacturing needs such as for a bronze singing bowl, or for a seven metals singing bowl. The hot melted metals are taken from the furnace and poured into a mould, to prepare a metal base for the various sizes and weights. Then, the round metals are taken out and cut into the specific metal plates in relative size and thickness. After that, the stacks of plates are brought for the hand beating or hammering process, following precise measurement and categorising for weight and size of the bowls. For the hand hammering process of the making of singing bowls, four to five round metal plates are piled up on top of each other and heated to red hot. The red hot burned metal plates are hammered by a group of expert artisans, as long as the heat remains in the metal, and then again are processed to red heating, for a continued beating for the shaping of the singing bowl. This heating and beating process with the bundled and piled up metal parts continues until a desired shape and size forms from the metal. (That is why the hammered or beaten singing bowls will get proportionately different in size and shape with each individual bowl). In this hammering process of the singing bowls, the metal plate needs to be hammered and beaten when it is red hot, as the metal remains soft and flexible; when the metal gets cooler, it will lose its softness and flexibility. which in turn will make the metal brittle, so it will break the bowl while being hammered and shaped. The reason behind this working process is that metal with a high content of bronze, or with a seven metal mixture, is very sensitive to heat and gets harder when it loses its hot temperature, so it will have cracks and break when worked on. So, in this shaping stage of hammered singing bowls, the shaping is done only while the metal is very hot. 
After completion of the shaping process of the desired bowls, the individual work begins. At this stage, each bowl is brought into a uniform shape and size, and this also should only be done using the same heating process and then hammering the precise shape. After finalising the shape and size, a finer hammering process makes for the final tuning and shaping of the bowls. The individual singing bowls are then chiselled and sometimes coloured, by turning the rough surface of the bowls for the fine finishing process, and checking the inside and outside surface, according to finishing needs.
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