For many, meditation involves lighting a candle, finding a comfortable pillow and sitting down for 20 to 30 minutes of concentrated internal reflection. Some people choose to listen to music, while others hit play on their favorite guided meditation CD. Whatever way you choose to get into your practice, the point is to just practice.
With all the technology available, it’s no surprise that meditation tools have hit gadgets like the iPhone. That said, with all the daily apps now available on iTunes, which meditation app is best for you? Well that all depends upon what you are looking for. In this recent post from iPhoneness, 6 stellar meditation apps are introduced and reviewed.
Meditation is one of the best ways to reduce stress on your body and mind and keep yourself motivated and happy for longer. While you do not necessarily need fancy tools to meditate at home, there are applications available in iTunes that can help you reach that calm state of consciousness faster. Having a meditation timer wouldn’t be a bad idea either.
Delve more into how your iPhone can help with your meditation experience here.