DEBUT OF UNIQUE FUNCTIONAL JEWELRY LINE; JEWELRY WITH A PURPOSE
New bracelet technology notifies wearer to pause throughout the day to give meaning to their thoughts
ALAMO, CA, November 2009 - A new technology in the form of a functional bracelet (patent pending) prompts the wearer to pause several times during the day allowing the individual to give meaning to their thoughts and actions.
“I felt the need to create something that would give me a nudge throughout the day, because even with the best intentions I recognized the lack of meaning in my chaotic daily schedule” said Cindy Graham, meaning to pause® Founder.
This charming yet simple bracelet provides a private, gentle vibration every 90 minutes, prompting the wearer to take some sort of action with their thoughts. The core function of the bracelet is to “pause” from whatever you are doing and reframe your thoughts. While there are endless ways to decide how someone will use their pauses throughout the day, the Principles say their vision is to unite the globe in meaningful reflection through awareness.
“When we are consumed in the chaos of our daily lives, we lose touch with the present moment; we lose the opportunity to connect with what really matters” said Krizia Irish, meaning to pause® President.
The concept of a bracelet works. According to Wikipedia, over 70 million Lance Armstrong, bracelets have been sold to date. People want to connect themselves to something important daily; they want to stay focused on the priorities in their lives and awakened to the present moment.
We truly believe that everyone can benefit from this bracelet and unite in common thought on what we want ourselves and this world to be” said Graham. Gandhi said it best “Be the change that you want to see in the world.” With a meaning to pause® bracelet, that change can start with every individual who commits to meaningful pauses in their day.
We can never live in the past as if it were our true home…. And it is a good thing that God draws this veil over the past even without our asking. In so doing, He allows us to live today for tomorrow with just the few memories we need of what was.-Karl Barth