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 BiM - Beginner's Mind 1.1.1

Nine tailored meditations based on; 
Mindfulness technique- Music- Breathing

- Do you become restless and bored when you practice mindfulness and meditation? 
Try BiM. These meditations are good if you have difficulty with concentration and patience.
- When you are tired it is hard to make decisions, therefore this app is designed to be easy to use.
- Simplicity is also reflected in the choice of clear, easy to understand instructions.

Beginner’s Mind is a beautiful concept in Zen Buddhism known as shoshin.
It refers to exploring and observing things as they are, with an attitude of openness and curiosity. The beginner's mind is the mind of compassion.

Mindfulness is related to Beginner's Mind. 
It can be described as being mindful here and now.
There is, of course, a lot going on in the moment. 
You are therefore guided to pay attention to what has been proven to be helpful to focus on.

You do not have to perform by visualizing or trying to understand something special.
You just have to experience what is.
This kind of attention has been shown to be very healing.

The music is made to improve the effect of your meditation and is tailored to each separate exercise.
The sounds will help you to stay focused.

How you breathe has a direct effect on your mood.
The meditations focus on the kind of breathing that activates our calm and soothing system.

Humans have always, from different beliefs and perspectives, used meditation as a technique to calm the mind and find inner peace.

Through regular meditation, you become aware of how your mind works. 
It becomes easier to stop ruminating.
Research shows that as little as five minutes of meditation reduces the level of cortisol (a stress hormone) in your body.

A slightly faster pace of guidance, more instructions, and short meditations. 
For energy, to change a state of mind & refocus.
3, 5 and 8 minutes

Slower pace in guiding, focus on calm breathing rhythm, your exhalation gets some extra attention to release tension.
We slow down the pace slightly.
For relaxation, to stop a fight/ flight response & reduce anxiety.
5, 8 and 12 minutes

Slow pace during guiding, which slows down further towards the end and fades away, calm breathing rhythm, focus on weight in parts of the body, elements of Yoga Nidra, (awake sleep), body scan and letting go.
For sleep, deep relaxation & pain problems.
10, 20 and 30 minutes

- If the app looks distorted, change from Zoom to Standard in Settings-Display & Brightness-View.
- Choose Swedish or English, if you want to change a language, just reinstall the app.
- You can download exercises and use the app in airplane mode.
- You can also be guided without music.

My name is Madeleine Hådén. I am a psychotherapist licensed in Sweden.
After working within psychiatry for a number of years, I felt tired and burned out. I tried yoga and meditation over a weekend and became fascinated. How could these simple exercises make me so calm and happy?

So I set out to understand how breathing and concentration affect us so deeply.

In 2006 I developed a method for teaching mindfulness meditation in groups. I have since then created specialty groups for people with anxiety and depression. These groups have received the most appreciation and gratefulness from the participants. 
Many of my patients have asked for an app with my meditations, which has contributed to the making of BiM.

I am so grateful to all the people I have met in my work with mindfulness and meditation. You have taught me a tremendous amount and made this app possible.

I would love to get feedback-

Visit BiM's homepage for inspiration and in-depth.

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    17,73 MB
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    Aplikace pro: iPhone, iPad
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  • Poslední aktualizace

    14. 5. 2020

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