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As many of us in the Joe And The Hoe Gotta Go Women’s Shirt moreover I will buy this United States are reaching the one-month mark of COVID-19 quarantine, navigating the new array of digital mindfulness programming for anxiety relief is beginning to trigger its own anxiety. Yoga studios have migrated online; inboxes teem with invitations to breathwork Zooms and streamed full-moon circles; Instagram is suddenly a visual hotline for anti-fear meditations and gurus’ monologues about what it all means. Is it possible, though, to heal without having to stare at a screen? One modality, in particular, has proven so well suited to streaming that it’s a surprise it was never really a thing before: the virtual sound bath or sound meditation.