Thadobati Singing Bowl, Tibetan Bhutanese, 20th Century #1
The Thadobati Bowls are from the Tibetan/Bhutanese Border, they are a minimum of 90 years old - their exact age are unknown. Thadobati Bowls have clear, sharp overtones and penetrating, long sound duration that assist in physical grounding and profound Healing.
You can identify a Thadobati by its shape: Flat bottom with high rising sides.
They are overall powerful physical healing tools. In their smaller version they are useful in conjunction with the third eye and soma chakra. Small and large Thadobati Bowls share the same anatomy. They are also a powerful tool when used for Meditation to help a person who is more etheric and ungrounded to connect with the earth in the here and now.
The Thadobati is associated with the Green Tara, the female Buddha of the Physical Realm, this realm. When the Thadobati is struck it can be likened to as if an energetic doorway opens in the first chakra for the Green Tara to enter.
These ancient sacred sound objects were consciously created by monks as part of a spiritual path and used for physical/spiritual healing as well as ritual ceremonies. The Bowls we offer are hundreds of years old and made of a seven metal alloy called Bell Metal consisting of Gold, Silver, Copper, Tin, Mercury, Lead and Iron - Iron being the most auspicious. Many of the bowls have ‘sky metal’ iron mixed into them - otherwise known as meteorite, the purest form of iron on this planet. These bowls are collected with honor by Tibetan in Tibet and Nepal especially for us.Note: Each Bowl is unique and weigh differently and as such must be priced individually.
Size: Average 5" to 7" diameter x 4" to 6" tall
Prices range from $300.00 to $400.00.
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