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custom meditation box

by Jayne Riew $125.00

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 6/8/2015.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.

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Custom Comfort

Take a moment for yourself as you give your creativity an oasis for private reflections, hidden thoughts, and creative yearnings. Inspired by the transitory and forgiving nature of sand, artist Jayne Riew designed this meditation box for artists, writers, and other creative professionals with lots of mental traffic. Fine grains of sand shift and swirl with your imagination and engage the mind in a way that a blank canvas or paper cannot. A soft velvet layer lines the base, creating a soothing sensation as the stylus makes its mark.

The compact size of a tablet, this meditation box can be used as an innovative escape at your desk or bedside table to encourage meditative calm. Made in High Ridge, Missouri.

The Custom Meditation Box allows for customization of the inside lid of the box with your own personalized message, with a maximum of 6 lines and 40 characters per line.

Visit the blog to learn more about Jayne's inspiration for the Mediation Box.

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Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.

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Made from
velvet, white sugar silica sand, Birch plywood
8.25" H x 10.25" W x .75" D
Includes approx 4 oz. of sand
  • the maker
Jayne Riew

Jayne Riew

Jayne Riew makes books and boxes designed to promote introspection or documentation, or help identify the unspoken or unexpressed. When it comes to toxic emotions in particular, acknowledging unwanted thoughts is hard enough. Having a personal space with a lid or cover can invite the practice. Meditation Box has multiple applications. It can be used when a person is “stuck” in a creative process by doodling in a way one can't with a keyboard; or used to write things we don’t want to leave exposed on paper; or used meditatively to promote calm before bedtime (instead of reaching for digital media which we expect will be relaxing but usually leads to stolen sleep). Blank journal books can taunt us with their blankness, or make us cringe when we re-read what we’ve written, but writing in sand is forgiving in every way. collection

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