Grieving Support, Inner Child, Higher Dimensional Communication
The Great Salt Lake bowl supports the grieving process and those with depression. This alchemy is here to support the sense of loss as a collective that we are experiencing.
Palladium was discovered in 1803, and was named after both the Roman Goddess Pallas Athena and the newly discovered Pallas asteroid. Palladium is a light silvery white metal that holds the energy of guardianship on the highest frequency. Not a protector, not a teacher but a constant companion and friend. It empowers the inhabiting of higher consciousness while remaining in the fulness of grounding. Palladium (opaque) is an excellent travel companion, supporting your consistent presence within your heightened consciousness. Palladium encourages the individual to include external activities into your field energy and take on new courageous actions.
Included with every bowl : 1 Sonic Wand and O-ring.
All our bowls are genuine Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls™ made by Crystal Tones®. Made with the highest quality (over 99.99% pure) quartz crystal, they are blended with other elements including precious gems and minerals. Every bowl is unique and possesses an authentic quality of living presence derived from a proprietary quartz fusion technology. This technology produces a stable crystalline matrix structure in every bowl. Thus the bowls produce the purest sound, and are visually captivating works of art.
TAXES AND IMPORT CHARGES
– VAT is included in the price for the European Union.
– UK/Worldwide prices do not include VAT. Local import charges will apply.
PAYMENT & SHIPPING
– Free shipping to European Union & United Kingdom.
– All lovingly and securely packed shipments are by courier, come with a tracking number, and are insured.
– We ship on payment, or exceptionally within 2 – 3 business days.
– Interest free payment plans are available.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
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