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The Benefits of the Moment Pebble

We are living in a frenzied, spirited, vibrant time. This world begs you to hang on; nails dug in, eyes clenched, mind racing. Sometimes you simply need to take a minute. A quick mind break in an otherwise chaotic day. A chance to realign and recalibrate. 

Moment Pebble believes creating more mindful moments, creates a more meaningful life. 

In a world where you can connect with anything, connect with yourself.

 
 
 

 
 
Moment Pebble Timer

30 seconds

Short mindful moments. That’s what we’re all about. Positive effects of mindfulness are seen and felt, the moment you engage with it. You don’t need to spend hours developing an intricate practice. We’ve developed a tool designed to help bring mindful moments to your life… in as little as 30 seconds. Being mindful is about accepting where you are in this moment. It’s giving yourself permission to realign and readjust your day. It’s not difficult, time consuming or intrusive. The benefits of being mindful often arrive through the back door. You notice your mood is a bit lighter. You aren’t reacting so quickly and harshly. You have a spring in your step that alluded you previously.  You begin seeing the world through a different lens. In as little as 30-seconds you can create mindfulness.

 
 
Moment Pebble is Simple

Simple, Uncomplicated

It’s actually so easy, yet people misunderstand it. Thanks to research and mainstream media exposure, mindfulness is no longer hidden in ancient spiritual texts, monasteries and ashrams. Today, it is practiced by millions of people the world over. It’s easy to create more of a story around mindfulness than is necessary. This isn’t some New Age promise of eternal happiness. It’s not complicated. It’s not involved. It’s not confusing. 

It’s really about taking an opportunity to simply pay attention to this moment. All you need to do is pay attention and be with what is. That’s all. Nothing else.

 
 
Moment Pebble Cognitive Ability

Increase Cognitive Ability

Being in the present moment and actively engaging in mindfulness for brief, regular moments, can impact your brain’s ability to learn, remember and retain. There’s extensive data indicating when people carve out moments in their day to connect and being mindful, it benefits them emotionally, physically and psychologically. And now it’s being determined that mindfulness improves your cognitive ability. When you practice being mindful, it improves your concentration and ultimately the ability to keep information “active” in your mind. It’s what’s referred to as “working memory”. By focusing on mindfulness and the present moment, it triggers a network of brain activity. When implemented on a daily basis, the repetition activates and improves your brain’s efficiency. The ability to concentrate, decipher relevant from distracting information and retaining important information and facts, is useful and needed in today’s world when we find ourselves frequently in information overload.

 
 
Moment Pebble Tangible Touchstone

Tangible Touchstone

We live in a world that’s always on. Digital distraction is everywhere. Smart phones and wifi-powered vices rule our world. We wanted to create something physical. A tangible touchstone, both practical and beautiful. A reminder to take a moment, anytime, anywhere. With illuminating design, ambient lighting and an innovative spirit,
 Moment Pebble reminds you to take time for yourself. A beautifully designed product that fits into your palm, pocket or bag, Moment Pebble acts as a physical reminder to help bring mindful moments into your day. The Pebble uses solar-powered, ambient light illumination to create moment windows to bring 30 second moments of mindfulness into your busy day.

 
 
Moment Pebble Decreases Anxiety

Decrease Anxiety

Being in the present moment and actively engaging in mindfulness for brief, regular moments, can impact your brain’s ability to learn, remember and retain. There’s extensive data indicating when people carve out moments in their day to connect and being mindful, it benefits them emotionally, physically and psychologically. And now it’s being determined that mindfulness improves your cognitive ability. When you practice being mindful, it improves your concentration and ultimately the ability to keep information “active” in your mind. It’s what’s referred to as “working memory”. By focusing on mindfulness and the present moment, it triggers a network of brain activity. When implemented on a daily basis, the repetition activates and improves your brain’s efficiency. The ability to concentrate, decipher relevant from distracting information and retaining important information and facts, is useful and needed in today’s world when we find ourselves frequently in information overload.