A big thank you to all the people who have read and commented on recent articles we have had published. And of course, thank you to all who downloaded our MyBreath app. We’d love your feedback as you get your BRI Scores, try our self-guided coaching tracks and listen to your breathing.
And while we are doing our thank you’s:
Thanks so much to GPS for the Soul at the Huffington Post for publishing this article by our founder, Nirinjan Yee, about how to turn your smartphone into a mobile mecca for healing. We especially love this quote by Nirinjan:
“It is a certainty that our technology gives us many opportunities for great connection. Simultaneously it has the ability to drain us – both subtly and unsublty. While it’s ultimately our choice on how connected or disconnected we are, the reality is that our demanding lives move very quickly and downtime is more difficult to find. As someone who has spent the past two decades in search of recovery and healing, I am a believer in the power of technology to help make a good transition to facilitate well-being.”
And thank you kindly to Jill Lawson at Diets In Review.com for her write up. Here’s our favorite quote from Jill:
“With something as innate as breathing, you would think we wouldn’t need to download an app to our smartphones to remind us to breathe. While some might be insulted by the thought, others may actually benefit greatly. Breathing is essential to life, and if we don’t do it, or don’t do it well for that matter, the consequences could be serious. But don’t worry, there’s an app for that.”