Practitioner Bowls

High Quality 

Sound Healing Practitioner Bowls 


Made of a seven metal alloy: 

Gold  Silver  Mercury  Copper  Iron  Tin  Lead 

The iron is held in highest esteem as it is collected from the Himalayan mountain tops and is known as 'the Thunderbolts of the Gods' and were collected with honor by Tibetans especially for us. 

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. 


They are a minimum of one hundred years old and most likely

hundreds of years old. 

I have specialized in older Bowls for many years - Mantra Bowls are rare. 

Note: Each Bowl is very unique and as such must be priced individually. 

Jambati Bowls


The Jambati Bowls are from the Eastern Tibetan Plateau

Also known as the White Tara - Transcentenal Healing

They are a minimum of 100 years old (exact age unknown), with penetrating voices.               Each Bowl is remarkable having expansive overtones and long vocal duration.


You can identify a Jambati by its shape: 

Round bottom with high curving sides. 

These are very special Singing Bowls from Tibet. 

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They are stunningly beautiful in sound, presence and their ability to alter consciousness into realms of transcendent wisdom.  

Very useful within vibrational healing techniques to create an environment of balance and harmony in which healing will occur. 


There are slight differences within each bowl, ie: thick or thin lip,  

however expresses a sound signature of uniform quality.

Manipuri Bowls


The Manipuri Bowls (Heart) are from the Eastern Tibetan Plateau

They are a minimum of 100 years old (exact age unknown)

Beautiful penetrating overtones and long sound duration that also carry healing blessings.

You can identify a Manipuri by its shape: Rounded bottom with a short curving side.

 Useful within vibrational healing techniques when placed over heart and hands.  

Easy to meditate with and small enough to travel with.  

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The Jambati Bowls are also from the Eastern Tibetan Plateau and have similarly shaped bases however the Jambati  is a deeper, fuller bowl.

Thadobati Bowls


Also known as the Green Tara - Physical/Grounding Healing

The Thadaboti Bowls are from the Tibetan/Bhutanese Border

They are a minimum of 80 years old (exact age unknown)


Thadaboti Bowls have clear, sharp overtones and penetrating, long sound duration.

You can identify a Thadaboti by its shape: 

Flat bottom with high rising sides.

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They are overall powerful physical healing tools.

 In their smaller version they are useful in conjunction with the third eye and soma chakra.

They are also a powerful tool when used for Meditation.   

Small and large Thadaboti Bowls share the same anatomy.


Mantra Bowls


I have specialized in older Bowls for many years - Mantra Bowls are rare.  

Subject to availability, pictured is an example of what may be available.

Lingam Singing Bowls are old (100 years +)


They have very clear, sharp, penetrating and exacting overtones of long sound duration. 

Useful within vibrational healing techniques however their most beneficial qualities are yet to be determined.  They are powerful tools for meditation.  Easily recognized by the dimple found within the inside/center, they are unusually heavy and thick lip. 

Quality Lingam Bowls are rare and only 10- 12 generally available within a year's time. 

Very good sounding Lingam Bowls are costly:

ranging from $400 - $900

Available via special order only

Cobrebati Bowls

Also known as Buddha Bowls

Light and smooth with a bulging side much like a cobra's stance, many with Mantras.

Their voice is a cross between a Jambati and Thadobati leaning more towards the 

Jambati with multi-tonal harmonics.

They are used for meditation, centering and balancing energy as well as Vibrational Healing.

They are old but alas their age is unknown.

Sizes vary 

Also known as Nepalese Bowls

The Appearance: Light and smooth with  bulging side.

Their voice sounds much like a cross between a Jambati and Thadaboti but leaning towards the Thadobati.  It has multi-tonal harmonics and is useful for stimulating stuck energy. 

They are old but their age is unknown. 


Jambati, Manipuri & Thadaboti Bowls

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Jambati Bowl

(pictured above & below)

13.5" diameter by 7" tall



It is difficult to find old bowls of this size with stunning harmonics


Jambati Bowl

(pictured above & below)

13.25" diameter by 7" tall



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