Singing bowl Jambati JG#31

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  • Fundamental Note: G#/Ab2 (Sol#/Lab2)
  • Fundamental(Hz): 102-104
  • Overtone Note: D#/Eb4 (Re#/Mib4)
  • Overtone(Hz): 312-320
  • Style: Jambati
 18th Century 
Canon of peace. Thick-wall, heavy extra-large Jambati.
Long-lasting grounding and calming sound. The tones are not too hot and not too cold - just perfect to bring the listener to the safe zone. Providing with the opportunity to dig into the layers of consciousness.
The ratio between the fundamental and first overtone is 3.07, the ratio between the second overtone and the first one is 1.97. This bowl is an easy player. An excellent instrument to use for personal and group meditations, self, and private healing work. This bowl is recommended to be used in healing sessions with male clients since it could be somewhat overwhelming and "darkish" for women. Also could be a little too heavy for massaging, but some clients enjoy the weight on their chest. The mechanical vibrations though aren't very smooth. "M3". Excellent placement of this bowl would be three-four inches below the client's feet (in a lying position). Strike it with the soft heavy mallet for the grounding effect. This bowl is equally good for beginners and experienced practitioners.
Frequencies: 102-104hz (G#2). Monaural beats range Delta. 312-320hz (D#/Eb4+8hz). Monaural beats range Alpha. 620-632hz (D#/Eb5+10hz). Monaural beats range Alpha. Other frequencies: 1004hz, 1464hz, 1951hz.
Includes complementary singing bowl ring-cushion and three singing bowl mallets S1, R1 and R3