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Mindful : April 2013
Share Your Thoughts Keep an eye out in future issues of Mindful for the Your Thoughts page. We want to get to know you better, so we thought we’d star t this conversation with a question: Where or when are you most mindful? Walking the dog? Bathing the kids? Doing a presentation at work? If you’ve taken a photo that captures something mindful, we’d love to see that, too. (It may even appear on our Facebook page.) Let’s get this conversation star ted. Check us out on Facebook (Mindful.org), follow us on Twitter (MindfulOnline), or email us (email@example.com). The Mindful team— and other readers like you—look forward to hearing your thoughts. To answer our question above go to mindful.org/your thoughts Headspace (on-the-go) This slickly designed app provides 10-minute meditation sessions, with the first 10 days available free of charge. (Then, you can choose a subscription. The annual option offers the best rate, $7.99/month.) You star t with a brief body scan and then Andy Puddicombe, cofounder of the non-profit Headspace, talks you through with easy banter and relatable instruction (“Don’t force your breath, your body already knows how to breathe”). The app provides animations about how the mind works and tips on how to sit and breathe. It also allows you to set meditation reminders and track your activity. ● Visit mindful.org/tech for more app reviews and tell us what you think: Do you use technology like this? Why or why not? 18 mindful April 2013 now IMAGEFROMGETSOMEHEADSPACE.COM