TOP 4 ‘FREE’ MEDITATION APPS …

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Find out how to feel happier, sleep better and beat stress.

It’s as easy as signing up, sitting down, and pressing play. Then just sit back and relax as you are guided through a simple process making it easy to learn how to meditate.

According to Healthline ‘Calm‘ (available from itunes and Amazon )is one of their top meditation apps. If calm is what you need, Calm is the app for you. It starts you out with a seven-day program. This is a great way for beginners to start meditation. Choose between options for sound and length of time, as well as scenes from nature for you to visually focus on while you meditate.

Other features include multiple guided as well as unguided sessions. When you decide you are ready for more than the seven-day program, you can pay for a subscription, which opens up a 21-day program.

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Headspace is another great app (available from Headspace website and Amazon) which makes it easy for people just learning the art of meditation. Their level one course features easy, 10-minute sessions for each day that will help you get into the habit of meditating regularly. There are reminders, and you can choose to focus on aspects like foundation, health, and performance.

Once you have mastered level one, you can purchase a subscription that allows you to access even more features and options so you can expand your practice.

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Another good one is Omvana (available on itunes ) which gives you access to many meditation sounds, music, and guided sessions with meditation experts. Focus options include: mindfulness, stress, relaxation, sleep, and more. You can choose the length of each meditation session, from three minutes to an hour.

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And finally number four is the Take a Break app (available on itunes and Amazon) which allows you to do just that — take a break. You can choose between a short break or a longer meditation break. Both options allow you to choose with or without music and, if you are new, there are easy instructions for how to get started.

The app was designed to give users a quick and uncomplicated break to help relieve stress whenever you need it.

 

 

 

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