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Crown Chakra Tibetan Singing Bowl

Crown Chakra Tibetan Singing Bowl

The physical parts of the body directly related to the crown chakra are the pituitary and pineal glands, brain and the nervous system. These parts of your makeup are essential for being grounded and balanced. As previously mentioned, the upper three chakras overlap energetically and systemically.

Crown Chakra Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation

Visualize a golden-violet flame at the crown of your head. Make it your intention to activate a beautiful globe of white light around your whole head. Just like the halos depicted in iconic artwork, use your imagination and make believe that you feel and sense a halo of light with golden light particles sparkling in your energy field. Place your awareness on the crown of your head and on your halo.

Excerpted from Chakra Awakening  and Crystals Beyond Beginners by Margaret Ann Lembo

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Crown Chakra

The crown chakra holds the vibration of the magician within you. You can recreate reality at a moment’s notice. The crown chakra becomes enlivened when you focus on receiving divine vibrations from higher-level consciousness. Realize that the intention is to let the Divine flow through you to be an instrument of good in the world. Using the vibration of a fully developed crown center, you are able to know from this moment to the next that you have the ability to alter reality. Align with the vibration of being a miracle worker.

Tibetan Singing Bowl – Crown Chakra

A Tibetan bowl, generally made from a bronze alloy containing copper, tin, zinc, iron, silver, gold, and nickel is a type of standing bell played by striking or rubbing its rim with a wooden or leather-wrapped mallet. This excitation causes the sides and rim of the bowl to vibrate, producing a rich sound. The unique singing properties of Tibetan bowls were utilized as a way of investigating a liquid’s interaction with solid materials — a situation that arises in many engineering applications such as the wind-loading of bridges and buildings.

When a fluid-filled Tibetan bowl is rubbed, the slight changes in the bowl’s shape disturb the surface at the water’s edge, generating waves. Moreover, when these changes are sufficiently large, the waves break, leading to the ejection of droplets.

The new findings could benefit processes such as fuel injectors and perfume sprays where droplet generation plays an important role.

The high-speed videos allowed the researchers, from Université de Liège and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to quantify how the droplets were formed, ejected, accelerated, and bounced on the surface of the fluid.

A similar phenomenon exists when rubbing the edge of a wine glass, which inspired the design of the glass harmonica by Benjamin Franklin. However, the Tibetan singing bowl is easier to excite than the wine glass, since its resonant frequency is much smaller.

The sound of Tibetan singing bowls harmonizes and allows for deep relaxation of both sides of the brain. It stimulates stress relief on all levels and the elimination of toxins from the body. After sound therapy emotions are calm and the mind is clearer and the sound vibrations have an effect on the body after the singing bowls have been played on it.

Check out the Crystal Singing Bowl MP3 by Margaret Ann Lembo

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Weight 1.14 oz
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 4 in