Singing Bowls

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Did you know – there are that sing? I kid you not.

are a type of bell, or better yet, an “upside down” bell. When they vibrate, they produce a sound that can only be described as “like a voice”, with two harmonic tones. Thus, the sound of singing”.

Researchers say were used in , and the tradition of making singing sounds with bronze bowls could date back to the Bronze Age.

The primary purpose of a Singing Bowl seems to be meditation, although using it as a musical instrument is also a possibility.

Just a fun factoid for today.

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