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. Most of the singing bowls we sell are good for personal and group meditation practice and healing work, but not all the bowls are ideal for massaging, reflexology or space cleansing.
If you want to chant along with the sound of a singing bowl, choose an instrument that will be easy to sing without straining your vocal cords, the one that will sing not too low and not too high. Massaging bowls (large and medium Jambaties with a thin wall) are usually low sounding and are not the best for leading group meditations. This is because you will need to strike the bowl pretty hard to introduce the sound that would be heard from a distance. On another hand, large Jambaties with a thick rim will sound much brighter. This type of bowl could be used for leading group meditations, along with smaller Tadobaties, Lingams, Manipuries, and Manis, which are also good for private healing work.
If you want to highlight any ritual with the sound of a singing bowl, the main aspect to consider is the character of the sound. The same thing is good to consider when selecting a bowl to use for your own practice. For healing, I recommend you choose a bowl or a set of bowls based on a private case. As a sound healing practitioner, you'll need all kinds of characters of players in your team, meaning, go by the emotional associations evoked with the sound.
The question of which bowl to choose requires minimal knowledge of the subject. I will do my best to put in the catalog's descriptions all possible information about the most beneficial way to use any bowl we sell.If you still feel lost or overwhelmed when looking through the pages of our catalog, please don't hesitate to contact us. I will ask you a few questions that will help me to understand your needs and will give you options. If you know what you need or simply fall in love with a specific instrument and are satisfied with the numbers that indicate the price, just go for it.