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Ann posted this 12 November 2019

Am thinking about starting meditation. Do the apps really work? Are there books you recommend? Not sure where to start.

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Brittany posted this 22 June 2020

I've really enjoyed the headspace app. Just start doing a few exercises and soon you'll figure out what works best for you!

Sarah posted this 06 June 2020

In my opinion its personal choice. I like ebooks more i even have a recommendation. https://payhip.com/b/L78r

Jane posted this 04 June 2020

the music of this application has been selected by yoga and mindfulness teachers, maybe it can help you https://bit.ly/musica-para-dormir-bebes

Emily posted this 16 March 2020

I would recommend Alexa, you can try the guided yoga, meditation through yoga is great

Sarah posted this 16 March 2020

Try apps like 10 percent happier meditation and calm, Alexa has some options too. But I personally like the apps more. 

Shelby posted this 15 March 2020

I would look at cognitive breathing exercises as well.  They are used for anxiety reduction, etc., but have a really similar effect for me.  Just focusing on diaphragmic breathing and relaxing your body.  Until I do it, I never realize how much tension I'm holding, especially in my shoulders and jaw.  

Brianna posted this 11 March 2020

Like others said, Headspace is a great app. Also Alexa has some 'apps' you can use.

Sheila posted this 11 March 2020

I really like headspace, but if you are looking for a free app, smiling mind is great too. Enjoy! 

Kiana posted this 26 February 2020

I do a lot of reading and personal development from audio books and podcasts!

Yurina posted this 26 February 2020

Meditation through Yoga has been very beneficial for me. I typically go to hot yoga and meditate-- it's such an amazing relaxing experience. You're sweating out toxins and just releasing every stress and every care-- love it!!

Dre posted this 13 February 2020

I find that an actual class is the best way to learn and then you can continue your practice on your own after that for weeks or months to come. 

sarah posted this 08 December 2019

I agree. Headspace is GREAT!!!

Alexandra posted this 24 November 2019

If you have an Alexa, there is a skill you can activate that will lead you through a guided meditation every day!

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Nadia posted this 22 November 2019

YouTube has a great children's tai chi site. It's so amazing and I love doing it with my 6 year old. It's inspiring and relaxing. I know it's not the same as meditation but I thought... hey similar vein and maybe some other parent could benefit from knowing of this.


Nadia posted this 22 November 2019

Meditation is definitely a skill and a muscle worth developing. Sometimes you have to reach for the most simple options and if you have a smart phone you have access to a lot of free options. Just get started I say. 

ellie posted this 21 November 2019

I would try youtube because it's free and there are some really good videos on there. I use them a lot for insomnia. 

Sylvia posted this 20 November 2019

I have never felt I could "wrap my head" around meditation, until recently. Of all things, I reconnected with a long lost friend and she has become a meditation guru of sorts. Her style really speaks to me, so I've been following her and have tried some of her meditations. I highly recommend her meditation video for insomnia. https://www.meditationwithheart.com/

may posted this 20 November 2019

I use headspace or look up videos on youtube to listen to. They both help a lot with relaxing the mind!

Dre posted this 20 November 2019

I work at a local community college and there is a free meditation for employees once a week for an hour.

Sarah posted this 15 November 2019

Meditation is helpful and I think it's great that you are interested 😊😁

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