I talk a lot about meditation on this site and for a good reason, as many of you know (because I state it multiple times in every article) if you need or want to boost your psychic power you are going to need to meditate a lot so you might as well enjoy it.
If you tried to perform a certain technique you have most definitely seen that very often the first step is to meditate for a certain period of time, and
meditation is fun (I promise!), Meditation takes on many forms and can be done in many different ways, for example, there is mindfulness meditation, chakra meditation, prana meditation, meditation specifically designed to open the third eye, etc.
But today we’re going to focus on how to make your meditation sessions easier, and that’s with habit-building meditation and mindfulness apps.
With today’s technology, it’s easier than ever to build habits and stick to them, especially in the meditation world, there are a plethora of different apps that can be used for this purpose, some of them are great, and others are just okay, I reviewed them all and brought to you the best apps I could find on the market right now, so let’s get into it.
Yogaglo is an app that takes you from a meditation beginner to a pro, you start off at level 1 and as you hone your meditation skills you increase your ability to focus and level up within the app while helping you master the art of stillness.
You can customize the app and choose the teachers you like the most, plus the app has lessons in yoga and pilates as well which is a plus.
There are many teachers on this app so there is a variety to choose from, a lot of them are very known each in their fields and to learn from them will simply boost your meditation abilities tenfold!
Most of you have probably heard about this app as they are advertising really aggressively but nonetheless their app is amazing, filled with a full roadmap that will take you to meditation mastery, HeadSpace also contains different kinds of meditation, from SOS meditation when you really need to relax, to any topic physical and mental problem from stress and sleep to focus and anxiety.
InsightTimer is another great meditation app with a plentiful stock of meditation, they even boast in it on their website:
Most meditation apps say they’re free but the reality is quite different; once the starter pack finishes they quickly lock you out. We offer the largest free library of guided meditations on earth and the world’s most loved meditation Timer, for free.
They have over 28,000 titles in their library with that number growing by the day, that’s a great place to get started in meditating if you don’t want to pay yet for premium services.
Also if you would like to purchase a subscription it costs 5$ and you get access to The Daily Insight, hundreds of 10 and 30-day Courses, Offline Listening, Night Mode, High-Quality Audio and an Advanced Audio Player.
Calm is a very popular app that gained notoriety over the past few years, now it boasts over one hundred and seventy thousand reviews for its app with four and a half star average, so you know this app is the real deal.
So what can you expect from this app:
Is this app free? Calm offers a free 7-day trial at no cost and after that, the app is subscription-based which means you pay for an agreed-upon amount of time and get access to all of their content.
What can you expect to get? Other than relaxing music, visual and audio cues to help with meditation and fully guided meditations you also get meditation statistics to track your progress better, as well as the option for daily reminders to keep your progress on a steep incline.
You also get a vast collection of stories to get you to fall asleep faster than a baby in a silk cradle.
Do they update with new content regularly? Yes, in fact, Each day you get the “Daily Calm” which is a new daily meditation they release each and every day.
5. 10% HAPPIER
Ten Percent Happier is the perfect meditation app for the modern on-the-go business person, it has practical meditations for sleep, relaxation and guided meditations as well.
The app has lessons from teachers that will help you from your first fidgety breath, helping regular people became much calmer, less stressful and a lot more happier.
Which should I choose?
You should choose the that most appealed to you and stick to it or test a few at the same time and then decide on one, the most important thing is to stick to it.
These apps will not meditate for you, but they sure will help you get to the place you want in your mindfulness practice if you put in the work.