Mind Timer
MindTimer is iPhone/iPod application for meditation.
You can set the time, interval and sound to notice you for making meditation in your mind.
  Amazing Features :
  • Easy to use and pretty graphic user interface for your iPhone.
  • There is real bell sound in buddhism temple.
  • Meditation Suit Mode for making your mind to meditation by buddhism solution.
  • Interval Mode for notice your mind to remind the meditation in period.
  How To :
  I. MindTimer use bell to help human to stay on the present time when hearing the bell. This practice need to use mind timer in Interval mode.

Example I. You want mind timer to alert every hour. If you heard the sound, you will stop anything and strictly to your breath for a moment such as long breathe in and long breathe out 3 consecutive round. This moment you will be in the present with your breath. This may take a couple of minute.
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  II. MindTimer use sound to help human to start or stop activity. If you need to do consciousness practicing using Terraced walking (cankama or walking meditation) for a specific time and do a meditation after that. This practice need to use mind timer in Timer Suite mode.

Example II. You want to do Terraced walking for 30 minutes and meditation 30 minutes. Mind timer will help using the first sound to tell the practitioner that terraced walking is completed and time for meditation. The second sound will show that meditation is completed.
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  Reference knowledge
  Walking meditation or cankama is to walk back and forth with awareness. It is a simple practice, just walking back and forth while being fully aware of walking. Plan a walking path of about eight to twelve paces long. Hold the arms across the chest, or clasp the hands behind the back. Practitioners then start walking meditation. The technique involves being aware of each foot as it is walking, but do not contemplate it. Practitioners may look around as they walk along the path if they have tension. However, they must not forget to be aware of the feet as they are walking.

In daily life, practitioners can develop sati, for example, when sitting on a bus or boat. They can turn the palm up and down, move the hand, stretch the hand or run the thumb over the fingertips. Be aware of the movement of blinking eyes, breathing, swallowing, Saliva and other physical elements. In summary, practitioners are to be aware of any movement in accordance with the experience of the actual movement.

Meditation or sitting meditation. Mindfully breathe in slowly, thinking "Bud" Mindfully breathe out slowly, thinking "dho"
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