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Buddha Board – Master the art of letting go

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Buddha Board – Master the art of letting goRate this post Buddha Board – Master the art of letting go Item DescriptionCalm your thoughts while creating gorgeous pictures. A Zen-like Etch-a-Sketch. Use the included brush to paint designs onto the board with water. As the water evaporates your image will fade, but will reveal a

Buddha Board – Master the art of letting go
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Buddha Board – Master the art of letting go

Item Description
Calm your thoughts while creating gorgeous pictures. A Zen-like Etch-a-Sketch. Use the included brush to paint designs onto the board with water. As the water evaporates your image will fade, but will reveal a new viewpoint on your creative endeavors, encouraging the Zen concept of living in the moment. Stand, board and brush integrated.

Cost: As well low to show

  • Ages: 5 and up
  • Dimensions: 12″ x 9.five” x 1/four”

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user6836 says:

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars
Very cool!, December 26, 2016

By Lenise Holmes

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This is such a cool gift for anyone who likes to doodle. We saw it and tried it out in Little Tokyo in L.A. My kids thought it was awesome, so I came to Amazon to order one (for a lot cheaper). You can create cool canvas style pictures and then watch them disappear in moments. My suggestion is, if you like your pic, capture it with your camera before it goes away! So you can share it, if need be. It’s good quality too. The boards not flimsy, and looks very cool next to a little Zen garden waterfall. Which they sell on Amazon too 🙂

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user8752 says:

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars
Good mindfulness reminder, water damage is less common with the new board design., April 25, 2016

By Brad Mills

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It’s a good practice in letting go, encourages me to purge possessions and not get attached to ‘things.’

A great companion to meditation, I got this from a Tim Ferriss Quarterly package a couple of years ago.

I read the instructions and it says to not let water collect at the base where it sits, given though I knew not to do it, it happens anyway with regular use.

My friend also managed to leave the brush in the water dish and it cracked right down the middle.

A good idea is to wash the dish so sediment doesn’t collect.

Overall its pretty durable – it lasted me a good 6 months to a year before it started showing water damage, and after 2 years it still works well.

EDIT APRIL 2016 – They replied to my review and sent me a replacement brush AND a replacement board, with customer service like that, how can you not give 5 stars?

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user5369 says:

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars
but the exercise is fantastic for us OCD types, August 15, 2016

By RDW

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Bought the Buddha board at the suggestion of Tim Ferriss and it is one of the most satisfying purchases I have made in a long while. It is no joke when it comes to learning to let go. Draw whatever you want and while it can be frustrating to watch something you have put so much effort into disappear, but the exercise is fantastic for us OCD types.

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