Tibetan Singing bowls are also known as Himalayan bowls

They are used in yoga, music therapy, sound healing, and religious ceremonies and in my coaching, mentoring and hypnotherapy sessions, they are also key in the Buddhist tradition where they are played to signal the beginning and the end of silent meditation cycles. Tibetan bowls emit very pure tones, close to sine waves. Their sound is a synonym of purity for one of our keenest senses—our ears.

We use these Tibetan Singing bowls in our sessions and on our trance mediations. Here is a sample.



Like a bell, the tone is produced by striking the side of the bowl with a wooden mallet. By running the mallet around the bowl – only with slight pressure – a pure tone will be created. When this happens, the bowl is said to sing – hence its name.

The bowls we use to create these paraliminal meditations have been carefully crafted by Dr. Glock and created to sing in harmony. Their exact fundamental frequencies are 69 Hz, 276 Hz, and 552 Hz.

Listening to the drone like tones creates a restful mindfulness—an ideal framework for implementing positive suggestions into the subconscious mind.


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