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Three Apps For Inner Peace


by IMAGE
03rd Apr 2017
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Having spent years oversharing on Twitter and Facebook – and getting stressed by it – we are now looking to technology to find inner piece. Check out Claire O’Mahony’s article in the October issue of IMAGE on Redressing The Balance, but for now, here are three apps that can serve as your gateway to serenity.

BUDDHIFY

The 80+ custom-made tracks are designed to work with your lifestyle, with guided audio exercises for work, travelling, when you’re stressed, etc, with recently introduced sections including At Home, and Dealing With Pain.

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HEADSPACE

With five million users worldwide, this app is hugely successful, constantly topping the iTunes charts, and claims to help you eat, love, and sleep better; stress and worry less; and focus, live and smile more.

CALM

Promising to improve your mood and your life, Calm features an easy to follow seven-day programme, 50 guided meditations and 16 different music tracks.

This article originally appeared in the October issue of IMAGE magazine, on shelves nationwide now.