Global Meditation for Compassion: Contest Winner!

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead

global meditation for compassion

Last Saturday thousands of people around the world sat together, at the same time, in contemplation about compassion. We meditated from homes, work, meditation circles, and studios. We all sat and breathed together with one simple thought in mind: Greater compassion towards ourselves and towards others.

A number of those meditators were wearing Spire, contributing thousands of breaths to the collective cause. I asked you, Spire users, to share your experience during the Global Meditation for Compassion. The responses you shared were inspiring and I choose the following to win a free Spire.

Spire Calm Streak Screen Shot
Twenty-nine minutes of calm, wow! Thank you to all those who participated and let’s carry this intention into our daily lives: towards ourselves and those around us.

Spire is the first activity tracker for state of mind. It tracks how you breathe throughout the day and helps you avoid tension, increase calm, and be more focused.

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Neema Moraveji, Ph.D. is co-founder of Spire. He is also currently on leave from Stanford as the founder of the Calming Technology Lab.


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