"It’s a good thing that we feel pain, because then it wakes us up to the situation we’re in, and to the fact that we care about it."
-- Joanna Macy
KindMind is a customizable mindfulness and self-compassion app which brings awareness to painful feelings and the unmet needs causing these feelings. KindMind can be customized to suggest kind actions that can be taken after the feelings and need have been identified, and these actions can optionally be connected to various media. The app contains a sorting algorithm which puts the most relevant list items highest, taking into account relationships between list items that the user has chosen together so that the sorting improves as the app is used
For help using this software, choose menu -> Help inside the app or click here: http://sites.google.com/site/mindfulnessandhealing/kindmind. For legal and other info about the software, choose menu -> About in the app
Search terms: Kind Mind, Mindfulness, Kindness, Compassion, Self-compassion, Self-empathy Nonviolent Communication (sm), NVC, Buddhism, Positive psychology