Our second contribution from Jonathan Coote resonates with the vibration of peace through his use of the Tibetan singing bowl - an ancient technique for creating peace and harmony. Used extensively as an aid to meditation, the singing bowl is a ritual object used extensively in the Himalayan regions of Tibet and Nepal and more recently in the west. Traditionally made from seven different metals (gold, silver, mercury, copper, iron, tin and lead) they are said to correspond to the seven ‘planets’ or heavenly bodies: The sun, the moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. Regardless of the metaphysical aspects of their ritual use in meditation, there is no doubt that the singing bowl does indeed emit a sound that is conducive to bringing about a deep sense of relaxation and peace. Perhaps this is where we all need to start in creating a better world: by creating a better internal experience of that world; one filled with peace and harmony. A singing bowl is a great aid in that process!