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12 best mindfulness apps to help you keep calm during a crisis

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  1. Take a break and meditate.

  2. Meditation made simple. Brilliant things happen in calm minds.

    Aware but not lucid about 2 days ago

    I reccomend headspace.comand plum villiage app.
  3. Experience beautiful and immersive ambience from around the world, designed to improve focus, sleep & relaxation. Now with support for Philips Hue.

  4. Our mission is to empower humans to stress less, achieve more, and live better. Meditate today!

  5. Guided meditation for more mindfulness and compassion.

    How to not care about people's reactions and behavior towards... about 7 months ago

    That said, first aid techniques for what you describe: An app that let's you write down your emotions. Just something about the process of writing the emotion down makes them easier to care about. I use this app and just use the check-in process.
  6. Mindfulness meditation for calm & sleep

  7. Meditate to calm your mind and shape your life for health and happiness!

  8. Support your meditation practice through a massive community powered app.

    Music and Meditation Tracks about 7 days ago

    This is not a specific track, but I cannot recommend Insight Timer highly enough for drumming, music, and guided meditations! You can also download it as a free app on your phone.
  9. The Mindfulness App: relax, calm, focus and sleep developed and published by MindApps.

  10. Modern mindfulness wherever you are.

    [NeedAdvice] My brain feels like a fridge covered with... about almost 2 years ago

    -Consider beginning a mindfulness practice of some sort. Meditation is a great option, but you may also find great relief in journalling. I journal on gratitude, but more often just allow myself to write and let that neverending monologue in my head have somewhere to land. Relief is definitely the word for it. Buddhify is my tool of choice for meditation as they have many practical and contextual guided meditations.
  11. The world's first intelligent journal

    [UNI] All students must-have apps, tools, and helpful resources about over 1 year ago:

    [Reflection/Journalling] Reflectly ( I’m a big fan of the user experience, but if you’re looking for a softer reflection app and want to store some journal data, here’s my recommendation, feel free to check out. Their interface is really amazing - quite a hidden gem :).
  12. Promotes mindfulness and meditation for young people

    Tinnitus about about 1 year ago:

    Also mindfulness meditations before I sleep, I personally like the ones from