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Lions Roar : May 2008
Spiritual practices such as meditation or yoga are best done in an environment of beauty and tran- quility. And the clock/timer you use for your practice can make a real difference in creating such an environment. But using a timer with artificial, “recorded gongs” that come out of a plastic box can be less than ideal. Zen Clocks are unlike any other meditation timers on the market because they use real, natural acoustic sounds produced by hand tuned chimes or traditional bowl-gongs. Moreover, Zen Clocks are made with sustainable natural hardwoods, so they are as beautiful to see as they are to hear. Once you use a Zen Clock nothing else will do. (800) 779-6383 www.now-zen.com The Digital Zen Clock and The Zen Timepiece both feature countdown timers that produce a series of gong or chime strikes that guide you through your practice. They can also be set to strike at any continuous interval. And not only are they versatile timers, used as alarm clocks they awaken you gradually and gracefully with a progressive series of chimes or gongs. Digital Zen Clock, bamboo case with “E tone” chime, $109.95 (shown with lid open and closed) Digital Zen Clock, solid walnut case with “B tone” chime, $99.95 (shown with lid open and closed) Zen Timepiece, black lacquer with brass gong, $159.95 (shown with gong to front) Zen Timepiece, cherry wood finish, $149.95 (shown with clock display to front) MAY 1-17.indd 16 MAY 1-17.indd 16 3/6/08 11:10:59 AM 3/6/08 11:10:59 AM