**PLEASE NOTE THESE CRYSTAL BOWLS ARE FOR COLLECTION ONLY. WE CANNOT SEND WITH COURIER DUE TO THEIR DELICATE NATURE
Made of 70% amethyst and 30% crystal – Tuned in C, 432 Hz.
20 cm in diameter
Comes with a mallet of glass covered with silicon (20 cm, 125 gr.) and a rubber stability ring.
Carton box protection
Weight: 1580 gram.
432 Hertz (Hz)
Sound and music consist in vibrations. The higher the number of vibrations per second, the higher the tone. The unit for this is the Hertz (Hz). 432 Hz is the natural “tone pitch” of the universe. That tone is intertwined in nature, in mathematics, in planetary orbits, in the entire universe. All classical music by Bach, Brahms and so on, was composed and was originally performed using the ‘standard’ A (=A4) on 432Hz. Our series of “432 Hz” crystal singing bowls are also tuned in this way.
Crystal singing bowls
These are newly made crystal singing bowls, beautifully crafted, with wonderful, powerful sounds. Our crystal singing bowls are made of pure powdered quartz crystals which are heated to several thousand degrees. The heating integrates the individual particles of the quartz powder and a bowl is formed. They are then individually tuned to a specific musical note. The size of the bowl affects the pitch: a small bowl produces a much higher pitched note than the note produced by a large bowl. In general higher pitches have an uplifting, cleansing effect whilst lower pitches tend to be more relaxing and grounding. We all respond differently to particular sounds, and so the effect on individuals of the same bowl can be quite different. . (Attention: NEVER use wooden sticks with these vulnerable bowls!) Do not strike or play a crystal bowl too loudly, especially near a person’s head. If you have more than one bowl, place them at least 30 cms apart, or the vibration may shatter a bowl. Also people who have metal pins or stainless steel ball joints in their bodies have noticed discomfort or pain if they are standing near a crystal bowl while someone is playing it. Ask before using the bowl.