Feeding Your Spirit: There’s an App for That!

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58% of American adults use a smartphone, and on average, each of us spends approximately 151 minutes per day on our device. When you’re on your phone, tablet, or computer, how do you feel? Checked out? Foggy brained? A little outside yourself?

While technology has its downsides, there are several apps designed to help users stay a bit more emotionally connected and spiritually present. Think of these digital tools as food for your spirit!

Here are a few apps to try to help you stay connected to your spirit.

LOVE by Tiny Buddha. This app developed by the founders of the popular blog Tiny Buddha sends subscribers affirmations, inspiring quotes, or evocative questions throughout the day. Imagine receiving a text message from the Buddha, and you’ll have a taste of what LOVE offers. Each message’s arrival is signaled with the soothing sounds of Tibetan bowls. The app provides periodic reminders that inspire users to be their best selves.

Tips for Daily Living by Iyanla Vanzant. This app designed by Oprah Winfrey’s favorite life coach is like having a deck of inspirational cards on your smartphone. Open the app and receive a beautifully illustrated “card” that includes a thought-provoking question. This is truly a tool to help you think about how to create what you truly want in your life.

Louise Hay Affirmation Meditations: Essential Affirmations for Health, Love, Success, and Self-Esteem by Louise Hay. This highly rated app is an easy- to- use tool for transformation in a moment of time. Using cutting edge technologies like an app “mirror,” users are invited to use Louise Hay’s renowned affirmations to generate self love and healing.

 

 

 

 

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