Breathing Zone application – Meditation

Breathing Zone application – Meditation

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I have been using the Breathing Zone application for several years.  What I particularly like about this application is that is simple, simple to use, simple to set up.

I have been meditating for about 25 years and in my opinion, it is one of the best meditation aids in order to quickly create a state of relaxation.  The interface has recently been updated making it even easier to use.

The animated breathing guide gently slows the pace of your breathing.  If you are a visual person you can just set up your iPhone on a stand or run it through Apple TV.  The graphics pulses rhythmically allowing one to follow and match their breathing to the animation.

Or if you prefer you can close your eyes and follow with a guiding voice.  The set-up allows you to choose a male or female voice and the choice of 6 guiding sounds.  One is not overwhelmed by choice.  I go with Indian Bansuri sound as it is unobtrusive as it appeals to my inner mystic

New Interface

Multicoloured concentric circle pulse at the desired breathing rate.

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Breathing Zone application main interface screenshot

 

Measures and Records

If you like to record your meditation activity, it adds your data to the Health app on your iPhone.

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Breathing Zone application countdown interface

Guided Sound

Listen to one of 6 guided sounds or if you prefer turn if off or let your phone vibrate as a pacing tool for your breathing.

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Breathing Zone application Guide Sound interface

Easy to Use

Setting up is easy and once you have finished it is simple as sitting back and listening and following.

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Breathing Zone application settings interface

teamSimon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses. Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment

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