बेस्ट ध्यान Apps के पांच

Five of the Best Meditation Apps

अपने mindfulness को बढ़ावा देने और इन क्षुधा के साथ डिजिटल distractions से ऊपर उठकर शांतिपूर्ण प्रतिबिंब के लिए समय बाहर उत्कीर्ण करने की कोशिश


Guardian.co.uk द्वारा संचालितशीर्षक से यह लेख “सबसे अच्छा ध्यान क्षुधा की पांच” स्टुअर्ट छिड़कना द्वारा लिखा गया था, के लिए theguardian.com गुरुवार 26 मई को 2016 09.56 UTC

mindfulness का पहला नियम अपने स्मार्टफोन बंद करने के लिए हो सकता है. स्थिर करने के लिए सोते समय ईमेल की जाँच से, मोबाइल गेम्स से जरूरतमंद धक्का सूचनाएं, हमारे फोन अक्सर महसूस कर सकते हैं जैसे वे हमारे दैनिक तनाव बढ़ाना.

डिजिटल अव्यवस्था से राहत के लिए अपने स्मार्टफोन के लिए टर्निंग एक पब में एक शराबी बेनामी बैठक आयोजित के रूप में हास्यास्पद महसूस कर सकते हैं, आपके इनबॉक्स के साथ, सामाजिक नेटवर्क और कैंडी क्रश सागा सिर्फ नल के एक जोड़े को दूर.

फिर भी, मोबाइल ध्यान क्षुधा मदद करने के लिए कोशिश कर रहे हैं. सैकड़ों उपलब्ध हैं, हालांकि सही मायने में उपयोगी वालों के पूल बहुत छोटा होता है. Here are five of the best to try out.

Headspace
एंड्रॉयड / iOS

Headspace.
Headspace.

This British app comes with an endorsement from Emma Watson, and has a straightforward approach that will appeal if you’re harbouring fears that meditation is a bit hippy-dippy. The spoken-word exercises are designed to be used for around 10 मिनट के एक दिन, starting with a 10-session pack that comes free with the initial download. If you want to continue after that, it’ll cost you £9.99 a month or £74.99 a year, with a simple, clear stats screen tracking your progress.

Calm
एंड्रॉयड / iOS

Calm.
Calm.

Calm is similar to Headspace in its setup: यहाँ, the free element is a seven-day course of guided-meditation exercises, while the monthly subscription costs £7.99 and the yearly option £29.99 – the latter is thus a pretty good deal. Once you pay, the available sessions include a 21-day program for general wellbeing, and a week-long series focusing on helping you get better sleep. There are also individual sessions lasting between two and 20 मिनटों, and “unguided” sessions using music and nature sounds.

Buddhify
एंड्रॉयड / iOS

Buddhify.
Buddhify.

This is one of the few meditation apps that you pay for entirely upfront: it costs £3.99 for iOS and £1.99 for Android, with no in-app purchases. Its meditation sessions are organised by theme according to what you’re up to: from waking up, taking a work break or waiting around through to feeling stressed, dealing with difficult emotions and struggling to get to sleep. There are more than 80 tracks to explore, so you should find a fair few that suit you.

The Mindfulness App
एंड्रॉयड / iOS

The Mindfulness App.
The Mindfulness App.

The Mindfulness App is one of the most accessible apps, offering a decent catalogue of meditation tracks with and without narrators, ranging from three to 30 minutes in length. As with Headspace and Calm there’s an introductory series to get you up and running, with a number of other meditations included in the download price. There’s also a premium library for which you’ll have to pay extra: £7.99 a month for unlimited access or £0.79 for individual tracks.

Smiling Mind
एंड्रॉयड / iOS

Smiling Mind.
Smiling Mind.

Smiling Mind is slightly different to the other apps in this roundup, in that it was originally designed for children and young people – even though adults are welcome too. Its programs are divided by age, पे शुरुवात 7-11 वर्षों: if you have children who are struggling with their emotions, it could be helpful alongside whatever other methods you and they are using. The app is clear, easy to use and completely free.

Omvana, Insight Timer, Stop, Breathe & Think, Take a BreakOMG! I Can Meditate are other well-regarded examples that may be worth trying.

Have you used these or other meditation apps? What did you think and what would you recommend to other readers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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