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May 21, 2017
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Best Meditation App?

For iOS?
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Nov 29, 2014
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I recently purchased Buddhify based on reading reviews...I think it's $6 or $7. I haven't used it much as yet so can't tell you too much based on personal experience, but I enjoy it so far. They have different meditations for waking up, travelling, being online, etc., and you can choose small meditations of only a few minutes or longer ones that are half an hour or more. One of the reasons I ended up purchasing this app is that, once you become a more advanced user, you can customize your experience and add or remove meditations to your main "wheel". You can also choose from a few different voices if you prefer a particular one (most meditations are guided/spoken word). They also have solo meditations to music where you do your own thing, as well as a stats area.

There are definitely a few good ones out there based on what I saw, it just will depend on your preferences as to which one you end up going with. :)
Penalty Box
Nov 25, 2010
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Leave your phone in another room FFS if you want to meditate.

Apps for meditation is sad and pathetic. What has society become. This is a disgrace.
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iamskyhigh wrote:
Dec 31st, 2017 11:42 am
Leave your phone in another room FFS if you want to meditate.

Apps for meditation is sad and pathetic. What has society become. This is a disgrace.
What device should one use to participate in a led meditation? I just finished an MBSR course and we used an app with Jon Kabat Zin's guided meditations. What does it matter if it's coming from an IRL instructor, CD player, iPod, phone, etc.?
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iamskyhigh wrote:
Dec 31st, 2017 11:42 am
Leave your phone in another room FFS if you want to meditate.

Apps for meditation is sad and pathetic. What has society become. This is a disgrace.
What the heck are you talking about?. They are talking about guided meditation. Face With Tears Of Joy
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iamskyhigh wrote:
Dec 31st, 2017 11:42 am
Leave your phone in another room FFS if you want to meditate.

Apps for meditation is sad and pathetic. What has society become. This is a disgrace.
"There's an app for that"
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Tbh I don't think it's necessary unless you want to practice guided meditation. I use a normal timer, sit down and practice breath meditation. These days however, I've been practicing more and more walking meditation since I'm the type of guy prefers to physically move.
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May 21, 2017
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iamskyhigh wrote:
Dec 31st, 2017 11:42 am
Leave your phone in another room FFS if you want to meditate.

Apps for meditation is sad and pathetic. What has society become. This is a disgrace.

I was referring to guided meditation.

Seems as if you got the traits of meditation down especially the calm aspect LOL

May I suggest a few deep breaths? Maybe check out the calm application might help with your anger issues
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Tkoutlem wrote:
Dec 31st, 2017 6:11 pm
I was referring to guided meditation.

Seems as if you got the traits of meditation down especially the calm aspect LOL

May I suggest a few deep breaths? Maybe check out the calm application might help with your anger issues
FFS Be more specific next time dag nabbit.

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