Many of the Tibetan singing bowls produce more than one note at one time (most produce between two and all seven notes of the Western scale) and so it affects more than one chakra at a time. Healers should have a set of bowls that will be able to change all of the chakras of the body.
The chakras situated below the diaphragm, are connected to the physical world or survival world. The chakras located over the diaphragm are linked with creative, spiritual, or expressive tasks.
During a Tibetan Singing Bowl Sound Healing Therapy session, the receiver experiences sensations at various points in their body. These are the vibrations restructure the field energy around the chakra points and keep them synchronised. This harmonises the Chakra system and creates an unblocked flow of energy between each Chakra. The sounds created by these Singing bowls affect them and the aura around them. If, for example, one wants to work on their third eye Chakra, they should first hit the bowl and then bring it closer to the point between the two eyes for it to slightly touching the vibrating rim of the bowl. As you will continue with your practice and observe more people receiving Sound healing therapy, you will notice that there are certain points where people feel these vibrations the most. One of them is the Ajna or the Third Eye Chakra, and the other one is the Solar Plexus Chakra, located between the navel and the sternum.