Do you meditate? Do you use a timer that emits an annoyingly jarring sound that practically ruins the experience? Try this online timer at http://www.onlinemeditationtimer.com/ . While you can't download it, it's easy to go to the page and set it. It even has an interval timer that can be set as well. That's kinda cool. Sometimes I'm so antsy, I can see that it would be good to have an idea of where I am in the process.
Don't forget to figure out level you will need to set your computer sound control on for a soothing ring. Too loud is not a great way to start or stop meditating.
So, check out this timer, make your own comfy meditation cushion (also known as an old couch cushion repurposed), and happy meditating. Your meditation session will end with a soothing sound rather than a jarring noise. Peace.
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