Source: ThinkGeek This Miniature Zen Garden Is All You Need To Create Your Own Spiritual Oasis 2017-02-15 Wed 2017-02-15 Wed During those times when life feels too stressful to handle, we could all benefit from a miniature zen garden to help us soothe our souls before getting back into action. Zen gardens are known as “dry landscapes” composed of rocks, trees, bushes, gravel or sand, and recreate the essence of nature to assist meditation about the true meaning of life. On a slightly less spiritual scale, they can help relieve stress and get you in touch with the beauty of the world. That’s where the Sandscript: Automatic Sand Drawing Machine comes into play. Created by ThinkGeek, it’s a mini zen garden machine that lets you design and draw your own sand drawings. It comes with two stainless steel balls in varying sizes which you can control and trace patterns in the sand. Source: ThinkGeek Sandscript utilizes magnets and dials to make the drawing action possible, and the balls roll smoothly over the surface in the desired design. If you mess up or ever want to change the pattern, all you need to do is shake the machine to erase it and start over with a blank slate. Source: ThinkGeek This miniature zen garden is 11 1/2” in diameter and can be placed on desks, coffee tables, and wherever else you might want to keep it within reach. You can buy it online for $49.99 and be one step closer to achieving calmness of the mind and true spiritual relaxation. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:ThinkGeek / Sandscript - Automatic Sand Drawing Machine from ThinkGeek Tags: Relaxation / Sand / Sandscript / YouTube / Zen / Zen Garden grape Japan Culture This Miniature Zen Garden Is All You Need To Create Your Own Spiritual Oasis Related Article This Ping Pong Prodigy’s “Bowling” Trick Shots Are Amazing Sumo Wrestler Performs Ring Entrance Ceremony While Skydiving From 4,000 Meters (With A Referee) The Amazing and Hypnotic Sounds of the Chopstick Piano Final Fantasy VII Comes To Life At Sapporo Snow Festival With Brilliant Projection Mapping Chinjuya: Maybe The Strangest Place To Eat In Japan Tokyo’s Fruitiest Ramen: PaPaPaPaPine!