Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls - Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls are made from over 99.9 percent pure quartz crystal. The crystal is placed in a mold and heated to 4000 degrees. They produce one single, pure, beautiful tone. I have several bowls that are infused with precious metals and healing stones.
Crystal Singing Pyramid - This unusual instrument awakens all the chakras at once and sends the mind into creative mode with it's unique sound. When played, the pyramid spins and sends out spiralling resonance that helps the body relax in a floating blissful state. impact the body with harmonious and relaxing healing feelings. The dimensions of each pyramid are scaled to the same dimensions as the Cheops Pyramids in Egypt.
Pure Quartz Crystal Gong - This unique and powerful crystal gong is the cutting edge in sound healing and meditation instruments. It yields a pure tone that resonates far longer than a typical crystal bowl. This particular instrument resonates to the throat chakra and sings in harmony with the crown bowl for a perfect energetic union of "speaking with divine wisdom."
Koshi Chime - This hand-made chime comes from the Great Pyrenees Mountains. The crystalline, relaxing sound may leave you in quiet wonder as you find unexpected melody with every turn of the chime.
Tuning Forks - OHM weighted tuning forks are made of medical grade aluminum alloy and precision tuned to within .5% of their indicated frequency. These lightweight sound-healing tools can be applied directly to the body to help tight muscles, joints, tendons, bones and tissue. They are also used on acupuncture points, trigger points and reflex points.
Rin Gong - Japanese temple bell. This machine made bowl, traditionally used in Japanese temples, are a mainstay of Zen meditation. Smooth sound, very relaxing with no shrill overtones!
Tingshas - These are made of a 12 metal alloy and will not break. Their sound is shrill and poignant so they are used to clear space, signal the beginning and end of a session, used as a diagnostic tool, and can project energy.
Ganta & Dorje - They are the primary ritual tools of Tibetan Buddhism. Always kept together, they represent many layers of intricate symbolism and meaning and are used in almost all Tibetan ritual ceremony, chanting and sacred operations. Ganta (bell) = wisdom, female energy. Dorje (thumderbolt) = compassion, masculine aspect. When used together, they help break up and direct energy.
Paiste Gong - This hand-hammered, 30" German instrument is known as a "Planetary Earth" gong and resonates to the heart chakra. Complex frequencies and vibrations from this instrument detox the nervous system and cleanse the chakras/meridians.
Atlantis Gong - This 16-inch hand-held gong is used to "float" over resting bodies to bring the healing vibes "up close and personal."
Ocean Drum - Amazing sounds of ocean waves. This unique drum is great for relaxation and meditation.
Steel Tongue Drum - This hand-made instrument was created specifically to accompany my family of singing bowls. The sound is restful and reminiscent of the rare "hang drum" and is played with the hands or with mallets.
Human Voice - I am a professional vocalist/musician with 30 years of singing and performing experience. I help people create their own vocal sounds that can bypass the mind, release obstacles, access creative and healing energy and awaken the self to a "higher consciousness."
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Tibetan Singing Bowls - These bowls are from the Himalayas regions near Tibet. Each bowl is said to be over 100 years old. The multi-layer tone of these instruments lasts as long as 3 minutes. The varied harmonic overtones produced by each bowl is unique to the instrument. The subtle, yet complex frequencies are highly prized by a wide range of professionals, including healers, shamans, musicians, spiritual teachers and even doctors. They are made of seven different metals and are hand hammered into shape and tone by Himalayan artisans who devote their lives to spiritual practice. They recite mantras or sacred chants while making the bowls and infuse this intent into the instruments. Over 3,000 years ago, Tibetan lamas used the bowls in secret rituals so not much else is known about their history. Great care was used in choosing my family of bowls so they would play well together with very little dissonance. Wouldn't you like a family of bowls too?