July 11, 2013 · 10:34 pm
Some people had trouble downloading the MyBreath Lite app. Nirinjan gives the following details if you experience difficulty the first time.
There are 2 ways that you can download the MyBreath Lite app.
Download Directly From Your iPhone or iPad – Note that you need a wireless connection because the app is quite large due to the high quality audio that we use in it.
- Open the App Store icon (it’s blue with a capital letter A in a circle)
- Go to the bottom menu and select “Search”
- Touch the search field at the top (it’s black with an “x” on the right)
- Type in “MyBreath Lite”
- Select “MyBreath Lite”
- Touch “Free” and it will download
Using a Desktop or Laptop Computer
- Go to this url: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mybreath-lite/id610269221?mt=8
- Under the MyBreath icon, select “View in iTunes”
- Select “Download”
- Connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer
- Select iPhone/iPad within iTunes
- Select Apps
- Scroll to MyBreath Lite
- Select “Install”
- Select “Apply” and “Sync” at the bottom right corner of the iTunes page
July 6, 2013 · 3:29 pm
Breath integrates body, mind, and spirit. As writers, we often are blocked or have due dates that create stress. BreathResearch.com says, “Studies show that even a short period of breathing awareness reduces stress and improves attention, learning and creativity.”
MyBreath Lite Founder, Nirinjan Yee, created an app for iPhone and iPad that helps you to relax, focus, and center in one to three minutes. It allows you to get a visual impression and an analysis of your breathing patterns.
There are music tracks included, one for writers, is called “The Innocent Land” by Gary Malkin. Listen, absorb, and writing will flow. One can see and monitor the breath and use the coaching tools. Regular use of the app, increases the ability to reach higher levels of optimal productivity.
Download MyBreath Lite free at iTunes app store. (Notice MyBreath is one word.)
Filed under Apps for writers
Tagged as Breath, coaching, creativity, Julaina Kleist-Corwin, Nirinjan Yee, productivity, relax, research, stress, visual breath, writers