The Daily Calm – May 21st, 2020

Find out the key features of the main meditation apps, including how their content varies, and how much you can expect to pay

6 mindfulness apps that could help with coronavirus anxiety

More time at home may be an opportunity to connect with loved ones—or it could bring up emotional wounds that have yet to be healed. Here are three mindful practices to forgive ourselves and others.

The Power of Forgiveness During Shelter in Place

When you’re constantly plugged-in to apps and devices designed to steal your attention (Netflix has said their main competitor is sleep), you start to lose track of reality and your identity outside of technology.

Digital Detox – What I’ve Learned From Unplugging Once A Week

The pains and joys we feel over time we have become deeply attached to. When we feel pain we want a quick fix.

Change, real change, first comes from within

There’s little doubt that meditation has tons of benefits for our health. Science has shown that the practice can help reduce stress, depression, anxiety, and other symptoms for people living with chronic illness.

How to Reap the Benefits of Meditation

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