• September 30, 2020 What is a Singing Bowl?
    A singing bowl is a type of bell that rests on the ground with the opening upward (resting bell). The sound of a hanging bell is the result of striking a swinging tongue. With singing bowls, the sound comes from striking the bowl with a stick or a mallet. 
  • September 30, 2020 Types of Himalayan singing bowls
    Jambati without a thicker rim sound deeper and have a higher amount of distinguishable overtones. This type of bowl is often associated with male energy.
  • September 25, 2020 Notes in music

    Sounds can be molded into music. Music is an art of ordering tones in combination and relationship to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. Much as one could consider music as an art, it is also a discipline of science. Any harmony that we can recognize in music has a mathematical foundation. 

  • September 25, 2020 Understanding what frequency is
    A vibration that recurring at regular intervals has its own "frequency". Frequency indicates how FREQUENT the cycle of motion is happening within a fixed unit of time. Vibration with no periodic activity has no frequency.
  • February 24, 2017 How to properly listen...
    Becoming a master of your own mind is the common goal of all self-development practices. By observing your habits, by listening to your thoughts, by being true to yourself you take control of your life. Conscious listening is the key to well being.
  • February 24, 2017 Exercise with singing bowl "Listening to separated tones"
    Disclosure: The practice described below is NOT an authentic method taken from any ancient teachings. This exercise came to me intuitively and after an extensive period of practice, I noticed the effective results.
  • February 24, 2017 Exercise with singing bowl "Listening with the body"
    For practicing this exercise you will need a singing bowl with a relatively long-lasting sound (at least 40 - 50 seconds). The bowl should have a high, thin wall (Jambati) 8.5 - 11 inches in diameter. Preferably the rim (lip) should be thicker than the wall. 
  • February 24, 2017 How to choose singing bowl?
    Some people may purchase a singing bowl just because they like the sound and that's all, but if you are looking for the instrument for special practice, then you should determine first what are you willing to do with the bowl. 
  • February 24, 2017 How to take care and clean a singing bowl
    Even though Himalayan bowls are made of metal and look solid, please remember that they are very fragile! Some antique bowls have such a thin bottom that you can hear a clicking sound or even make a hole if you press it with a finger. 
  • February 24, 2017 Old singing bowls vs new singing bowls
    Some manufacturers still follow the old tradition by hand hammering singing bowls and in some cases, the results are pretty amazing. Other manufacturers produce singing bowls by pressing, casting and cutting on turning machines, but the work they do pales in comparison to the work of the alchemy masters of the past. 
  • February 24, 2017 Bronze and brass singing bowls versus crystal or glass singing bowls
    The late 80's brought to the New Age community a very interesting toy, the instrument with angelic tone - crystal singing bowl.
  • February 24, 2017 Notes and Chakras? Spiritual fraud with the best intentions.

    There are many "authorities" in sound healing and some of them are misleading the subject by spreading unreliable teachings. I know that some of these teachers were misled themselves and they strongly believe that there is nothing wrong with the knowledge they teach. They have the best intentions, projecting so much love and care, but yet, if you choose to blindly follow the path they offer, will you discover the truth?

  • February 24, 2017 Harmony has a formula
    The most important aspect of sound healing is to harmonize the energetic field and physical body of the person you are treating. It doesn't matter if you are a sound healer or if you are just using sound as a tool for meditation, all you want is to align yourself and your client with the sound you choose.
  • February 24, 2017 Consonance and Dissonance
    Scientifically a consonant interval is one in which the two notes vibrate at frequencies which have a simple mathematical relationship, e.g. in two notes which are an octave apart the higher note vibrates exactly twice as fast.
  • February 24, 2017 The Octave and the Perfect fifth
    Two of the most consonant combinations of tones we focus on are the "Octave" and the "Perfect fifth".
  • February 24, 2017 The pulse of a singing bowl
    One of the most important criteria in explaining the sound characteristics of a singing bowl is the speed of its pulsations (its modulations, or “beats”).