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January 21, 2003

Bargain of the Day: The sound of one hand ticking

by Feòrag

Tired of being woken up suddenly in the morning? What you need is a Zen Clock. You won't be woken by the sound of one hand clapping though:

The Zen Alarm Clock's long-resonating Tibetan bell-like chime makes waking up a beautiful experience. Once you use a Zen Clock, nothing else will do! When the clock's alarm is triggered, the alloy chime strikes just once, reverberating for nearly a minute.... 3-1/2 minutes later it strikes again... chime strikes become more frequent over 10 minutes.... eventually striking every 4 seconds until shut off. During this progressive awakening, you can work on dreams and affirmation sin the Alpha State. The Zen Alarm Clock allows you to time and guide meditations, and it's also a gentle way to start or end meetings on time.

The clocks are available in a number of designs including Zodiac, Labyrinth and one representing a raked Zen garden.

Posted in Religious Tat at 23:19. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 05:28.
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1: Posted by: Steven Cain | January 25, 2003 12:10 AM

If you wish to wake
To sound of one hand clapping
Use clock of no clock

Wax lyrical

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