Himalayan Sound Therapy Bowls & Gongs
Specialist in Full Moon Singing Bowls...

A# Note (La Sharp) Throat Chakra – Full Moon Bowl that was made during full moon nights in the Himalayas – With Stick, Mallet and Cushion

$ 260.00

Healers, therapists, yoga teachers, spiritual teachers, musicians, music therapists, sex therapists and meditators have been exploring and working with these wonderful celestial vibrating sounds.

Product Description


THROAT CHAKRA ===> Blue Color ===> For increasing & developing CREATIVE.

Here you can listen to the A# note sound:

Average size : 22 Centimeter / 9 Inch
Average weight : 1kg (2.2lbs) to 1.5kg (3.3lbs)


NAMASTE & Welcome to our professional Full Moon Singing Bowl Shop !

Full Moon Singing Bowl Shop is an exclusive shop for handmade singing bowls with a very unique sound! The best quality singing bowls for therapy, healing, meditation, playing music and even just as a decorative item for the house !

Healers, therapists, yoga teachers, spiritual teachers, musicians, music therapists, sex therapists and meditators have been exploring and working with these wonderful celestial vibrating sounds.

We specialize in Full Moon Singing Bowls that were made during full moon nights in the Himalayas of Nepal in order to achieve a high energy quality of sound tuned to musical notes!
All the singing bowls are hand made on a Full Moon evening of each month by enhancing the subtle moon energy for subtle healing vibrations. Due to this special practice, each bowl takes five to six months to make!

Our Singing bowls are chosen carefully by sound testing to ensure the healing properties, either for simply meditation practice base on personal use and for healing purpose. We have selected carefully for the long lasting and powerful sound for your truly unique healing Masterpieces.


Mira& Santa


About Singing Bowls in General:
Singing Bowls originated in the pre-Buddhist shamanic Bon Po culture of the Himalayas. Often called “Tibetan” Singing Bowls, they are actually made in Bhutan, Nepal and India. The Bowl culture seems to date back to the Bronze Age in China some 3,000 years ago.
Singing Bowls vibrate to produce sound characterized by a fundamental frequency, usually with two audible harmonic overtones. They can vibrate five individual and simultaneous tones, each at its own consistent frequency, and can sustain a vibration for several minutes.
Some sources state that the Bowls are made of seven sacred metals, corresponding to the known seven planets.
Gold-Sun, Silver-Moon, Mercury-Mercury, Copper – Venus, Iron-Mars, Tin-Jupiter, Lead-Saturn.

The Singing Bowl as an Ancient Tradition:
One has to understand the deeper underlying meaning of Singing Bowls because in Tibetan culture, not only were they used to eat out of, but also as ritual offerings to their Gods. The sound of the Bowl, therefore, had to be pure and universal for it to be worthy as an offering to the highest order. Some accounts say that it is forbidden even within the monasteries to talk about the Bowls. Some say the highest Lamas used them in rituals to travel to other dimensions…
The legends say that the secrets of sound yield so much power that it must be kept hidden. We do know that the act of listening to the sound of Singing Bowls stops one’s internal dialogue, making the Bowls an excellent tool for meditation.

How to Play the Singing Bowl:
Hold the Bowl with your palm (place open hand under the Bowl) and rotate the wooden striker firmly around the edge of the Bowl with an even pressure and uniform speed to produce vibration/sound.

Vibration/sound can also be produced by hitting, “gonging”, the Bowl with the Striker.

The Singing Bowl as a Therapy Tool:
Singing Bowls are used by healers to tune and balance the human energy field. The sound and feeling of a large Singing Bowl vibrating on one’s chest or abdomen is transmitted via the skeletal system through the entire body. Singing Bowls are used in health care by sound healers, psychotherapists, massage therapists, cancer specialists, as well as stress and meditation specialists. They are used to treat PTSD. They are popular in classrooms to help facilitate group activities and focus students’ attention. The Bowls are useful for balancing Chakras (energy centers) and helping to lead a better, more prosperous and healthier life.

Chakras are Entry Gates of the Aura and the energy of the body.
The word “Chakra” in Sanskrit translates to wheel or disc. They are centers of activity that receive, assimilate and express life force energy. They are responsible for the person’s physical, mental, and spiritual functions. There are seven main Chakras located along the center line of the body, from the base of the spine to the top of the head. Each Singing Bowl collaborates with Body, Mind and Spirit to enhance major Chakras:



1 — Root low ——— F ————– Red ———— Will

2 — Sacral ———— C ———— Orange ——- Vital Energy

3 — Solar Plexus —- G ————- Yellow ——- Emotion Desire

4 — Heart ————- D ————- Green ——- Life Force

5 — Throat ———— A ————– Blue ——– Creative Energy

6 — Third Eye ——– E ————- Violet ——— Intuition

7 — Crown ———— B ————- White ———- Spiritual

Bowl Maintenance:
You should strike your Bowls every day to keep them tuned. Clean as required using pure lemon juice, water and cotton cloth.

The Religion And Importance of the Full Moon:
The outstanding events in the life of the Buddha
took place on Full Moon days.
To Buddhists, there is special religious significance
on Full Moon days because certain important and outstanding events connected with the life of Lord
Buddha took place on Full Moon days. The Buddha
was born on a Full Moon day. His renunciation took
place on a Full Moon day. His Enlightenment, the
delivery of His first sermon, His passing away into Nirvana and many other important events associated with His life-span of eighty years occurred on Full
Moon days.

Buddhists all over the world have a high regard for Full Moon days. They celebrate this day with religious fervor by observing precepts, practicing meditation and by keeping away from the sensual worldly life. On this day they direct their attention to spiritual development.

Apart from Buddhists, it is understood that other co-religionists also believe that there is some religious significance related to the various phases of the moon. They also observe certain religious disciplines such as fasting and praying on Full Moon days. Ancient belief in India says that the moon is the controller of the water; and circulating through the universe, sustaining all living creatures, is the counterpart on earth of liquid heaven, ‘amrta’, the drink of the gods. Dew and rain become vegetable sap, sap becomes the milk of a cow, and the milk is then converted into blood. Amrta water, sap, milk and blood represent but different states of the one elixir. The vessel or cup of this immortal fluid is the moon.

It is believed that the moon, like the other planets, exerts a considerable degree of influence on human beings. It has been observed that people suffering from mental ailments invariably have their passions and emotional feelings affected during Full Moon days. The word ‘lunatic’ derived from the word ‘lunar’ (or moon) is most significant and indicates very clearly the influence of the moon on human life. Researchers have found that certain phases of the moon not only affect humans and animals, but also influence plant life and other elements. Low-tides and high-tides are a direct result of the overpowering influence of the moon.
Our human body consists of about seventy percent liquid. It is accepted by physicians that our bodily fluids flow more freely at the time of Full Moon. People suffering from asthma, bronchitis and even certain skin diseases find their ailments aggravated while under the influence of the moon. More than five thousand years ago, people had recognized the influence of the moon on cultivation. Farmers were very particular about the effect of the moon on their crops. They knew that certain grains and paddy would be affected if blooming took place during a Full Moon period. Medical science also ascertained the different reactions of certain medicines under different facets of the moon because of the influence of the moon on human beings.
In view of the possible influence of the moon, the ancient sages advised the people to refrain from various commitments on this particular day. They are advised to relax their minds on this particular day and to devote their time to spiritual pursuits. All those who have developed their minds to a certain extent can achieve Enlightenment since the brain is in an awakened state. Those who have not trained their minds through religious discipline can lose their bearings due to the strong influence of the moon. The Buddha attained His Enlightenment on a Full Moon day for He had been developing and attuning His mind correctly for a long period.

In days gone by, Full Moon and New Moon days were declared public holidays in many Buddhist countries, and people were encouraged to devote their time to spiritual development. It was only during the colonial period that holidays were switched to Sundays. In view of this, some Buddhist countries are now trying to re-introduce the former lunar system of holidays. It is advisable to observe the Full Moon day as a religious day to concentrate on peace and happiness by calming down the senses. Many Buddhists observe the eight precepts on Full Moon days, to be free from family commitments and to keep away from worldly pleasures in order to have peace of mind for their spiritual development.

The effects of the moon on life and earth have been analyzed scientifically. One writer says: “I have been reading an article in an American science magazine recently where the writer brings together the present on the subject of the moon to prove how decisively this age old object of the skies influences our lives, particularly at each of the four phases it passes through in its 28-day cycle”. This research, by the way, was done at the American Universities of Yale, Duke and Northwestern. They have ‘independently’ come up with the astonishing evidence that the moon plays a big part in our daily life and indeed, in the lives of all living things.
We are assured that there is nothing very occult in the phenomenon that the phases of the moon do in fact stimulate various bodily actions like modifying metabolism, electrical charges and blood acidity. One of the key experiments performed to establish this fact was on fiddler crabs, mice and some plants. They were all placed in chambers where weather conditions could not affect them, but were subjected to air pressure, humidity, light and temperature under controlled conditions. The hundreds of observations made showed a remarkable fact, namely that all the animals and plants operated on a 28-day cycle. Metabolism, which was found to have dropped at the time of the New Moon, was twenty percent higher at the time of the phase of the Full Moon. This difference is described as a striking variation.
A nurse in Florida told a doctor that she noticed a lot more bleeding occurred when the moon is full. Like all doctors who are skeptical about such beliefs, he laughed at this statement.
But the nurse, undeterred, produced records of surgical operations that clearly showed that during the Full Moon, more patients were returned to the operating theater for treatment for excessively bleeding after operations. To satisfy himself, the doctor kept records on his own, and he came to a similar conclusion.
When we consider these occurrences, we can understand why our ancestors and religious teachers advised us to change our daily routine, and to relax physically and mentally on Full Moon and New Moon days.
The Buddhists are merely observing the wisdom of the past when they devote more time to activities of a spiritual nature on New Moon and Full Moon days.



Mira & Santa & Workshop Team


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Nepal(Domestic)$39 /unit
United State$60 /unit
Other International$60 /unit

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