Telangana, India, January 17, 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Meditation is becoming increasingly popular around the world and there’s a growing number of apps available to help you on your journey. The Dhyana app is one of these new apps that claim to offer users a path to discover peace through meditation.
One of the first things you should know is that it is not one specific kind of meditation. Instead, it features a unique combination of elements drawn from mindfulness and guided meditation to help you find balance and develop inner peace during your daily life. If you are looking for an inspirational, relaxing, and comprehensive experience of guided meditations, Dhyana could be exactly what you need.
Dhyana (Sanskrit for meditation) meditation app has been carefully crafted with excitement and passion to help you enjoy mindfulness. It will guide you through mindfulness meditations so that you can learn to be quiet in the present moment, non-judgmentally aware of your thoughts and surroundings. You will learn the art of “just being”. Dhyana currently includes many sets of guided meditation sessions — Each session is over 10 minutes long. Saying a short phrase each minute helps bring the mind to stay tuned in.
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Types of Guided Meditations Available on Dhyana App
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Positive energy meditation
Shadow work meditation
Third Eye Meditation
Vipassana guided meditation
Yoga Union Meditation
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