Thai Thought and Meditation(30 items)
Welcome to the Thai Thought and Meditation Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Thai Thought and Meditation
What a lovely thing to own!
This is beautiful and fun to learn how to use. I will sit down with it and enjoy the meditative qualities, and Im sure I will use it often and cherish it forever. Many thanks to the artisan!
We Love Our Singing Bowl
This is a beautiful keepsake. Our granddaughter loves to lead us in a moment of reflection and thanks with the Singing Healer.
I bought this for myself and it is lovely. My wrist is 7, I do wish it was perhaps an inch longer to drape better.
Samart Takham Handcrafted jewelry
"When my village began to prosper many investors bought land to build houses to sell, so I had to sell my fields because the surrounding ones had already been bought."
Popular Thai Thought and Meditation
Brass Hammered Singing Bowl with Raintree Wood Striker, "Singing Healer"$64.95
Embrace the musical properties of meditation with this beautiful Thai healing bowl by Charles. The brass bowl features a timeless hammered finish that adds texture and illumination to any space. The raintree wood striker makes a soothing sound when hit against the bowl. Originating in Tibet, such standing bells or singing bowls often accompany Buddhist chanting and meditation.
Brass and Raintree Wood Hammered Singing Bowl and Striker, "Mantra Voice"$39.99
Fill your meditation space with resounding music with this healing bowl by Charles. The Thai artisan creates the bowl from brass and gives it an intriguing hammered finish. The rain tree wood striker is the ideal match to create the relaxing sound when the two pieces are struck together. Originating in Tibet, such standing bells or singing bowls often accompany Buddhist chanting and meditation.
Karen Silver Adjustable Beaded Om Bracelet from Thailand, "Exquisite Om"$39.99
Celebrating spirituality and universal oneness, the symbol for is crafted of Karen hill tribe 950 silver to center this bracelet from Thailand. Designed by Samart Takham, the bracelet circles the wrist with hand-braided black cord strung with silver beads. A sliding knot clasp gives the bracelet an adjustable length.