High Thadobati 7 Chakra Set
sT1 High Thadobati 7 Chakra Set
1. 7 Bowl Chakra set
2. 8 Bowl Chakra set
One of the most common frameworks for chakra sets is to have 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 of the next octave for 8 notes C D E F G A B C.
All the antique singing bowls in this chakra set have been selected for superior internal harmony. Care has been taken to make sure the tones go well together. This is not as simple as picking notes because notes alone do not guarantee a smooth flow of sound up and down. Overtones and timbre play an important part. These carefully selected antique singing bowls all blend together for a wonderful total sound.
The 7 bowl chakra set spans the fourth octave with the optional 8th note being a C in the next higher octave. That 8th bowl follows the subtle progression of tones so that is is a proper match for the set . All bowls are Thadobati or Remuna style for consistency in timbre and ease of play. Sizes range from 4 to 5 inches. You may change the lowest bowl in the set C4 to a larger bowl, over 6 inches. This larger bowl is 2-3X the weight of the other bowls in the set and adds a lot of power to the bottom of the range. Cost is $125
All bowls are labeled with note and octave as well as our identifying number.
Pricing is a very reasonable $120 per bowl. Add the 8th bowl, the high C to the set for $125
You can internally expand this set by adding the five sharp notes D# F# G# A# and C#5 for $125 a bowl – $625. About the recordings:
The first sound clip is seven 4th octave bowls struck once with a Best Singing Bowls precision small medium mallet (S 5). With this mallet you hear the center of the soundscape for the bowls. The second recording is multiple taps of all 8 bowls with the full series of small Best Singing Bowls precision mallets starting with the low S 3 then medium S 5 high S 7 and finally the ultra high S 9. This gives you a feel for the different moods the bowls are capable of. Each set is individual with slight variations in tone.
About the photos:
Photos show 7 or 8 bowls in various views. Each set is individual with slight variations in appearance
Certificates for all bowls ordered with the set cost $125. Please allow three days for certificates as each bowl needs to be photographed in addition to the physical examination.
Individual Singing Bowl Certificate for 7 or 8 Bowl Sets
Set Singing Bowl Certificates
With photos, age estimate, physical characteristics, sonic information and playing instructions. Includes individual bowl number and year of sale.
Sharp High Thadobati 7 Chakra Set
Sharp High Thado Chakra Set7 slightly higher frequency bowls one for each note in the 4th octave. Optional 8th bowl6" 5.0 lbs
5 Additional Sharps for a Chakra Set
Five 4th Octave sharps
Five additional singing bowls to complete a high Thadobati 7 chakra set with sharp notes. C# D# F# G# A#4 3/4" 4.0 lbs
Best Singing Bowls Small Precision 4 Mallet Series
Best Small Precision Mallet SetCord and yarn with birch handle for precision play of smaller bowls
Best Singing Bowls Precision Small Red Cord Mallet
Best Very High MalletCord with birch handle for precision play of smaller bowls
Best Singing Bowls Precision Small Yellow Cord Mallet
Best Mid-High MalletCord with birch handle for precision play of smaller bowls
Best Singing Bowls Precision Small Blue Cord Mallet
Best Mid Tone MalletCord with birch handle for precision play of smaller bowls
Best Singing Bowls Precision Small Dark Blue Yarn Mallet
Best Low Tone MalletWool yarn with birch handle for precision play of smaller bowls
Additional Chakra Set Bowl
8th Chakra Bowl
Additional bowl for the high Thadobati 7 chakra set – 5th octave4 3/4" .6 lbs
Medium Tibetan Wool Mat
Medium Tibetan Wool Mat
Thick vibrantly colored wool.
3 patterns, Red or Blue
Medium Leather Wrapped Ringing Stick for singing bowls
Medium Ringing StickHand turned wood with burgundy leather
12″ Royal Blue Rib Cover Cloth for small singing bowls
Small Blue Cover ClothSoft 100% cotton embroidered “Profound Sounds”