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C7 7 Chakra Set

One of the most common frameworks for chakra sets is to have the exact whole notes spanning one octave.   The 7 chakra sequence is C# D E F G A B.  Some teachers like to add the first note “C” of the next octave for 8 notes C# D E F G A B C.#

All the antique singing bowls in our chakra sets are selected for superior internal harmony. One often overlooked feature when assembling chakra sets is to make sure each individual bowl is close to the exact central frequency for each note. These carefully selected antique singing bowls all blend together for a wonderful total sound.

The chakra set spans the fourth octave with the optional 8th note being a C#5.  All bowls are Thadobati or Remuna style for consistency in timbre and ease of play.  Sizes range from a bit under 4 inches to almost 6. Each set, of course, is unique and individual so sizes vary

All bowls are labeled with note and octave.

Pricing is a very reasonable $111 per bowl.

Add the 8th bowl to the set for $100

Widest Diameter: 6 inHeight: 6 in
Weight: 5 lbs = 2265 grams
Bowl Type: Thadobati
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  
Bowl Number: C7

$777

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