If you often feel tense and you fear that stress is overwhelming, you could visit a few zen-friendly websites. Everyone needs to learn how to relax every once in a while, because “all work and no play” just doesn’t work. In this chaotic world, everything seems to be on fast-forward but sometimes you just have to hit pause and do something you enjoy. You can’t let all that craziness around you affect you or your well-being. In those times, visit these next zen-friendly websites and I’m sure you’ll feel more relaxed, more energized and more focused in no time:
In my opinion, this is definitely one of the most amazing zen-friendly websites that will help you calm down and feel more relaxed. Just like its name says, you just have to do nothing for 2 minutes. Just sit comfortably, watch the screen and listen to the beautiful and calming sound of the waves. There’s nothing more relaxing than that! J
This is another wonderful site you could visit any time you are feeling a little stressed or even overwhelmed. It uses white, pink and brown noise. You just have to pick a color orb, slide the volume knob to the level you want and simply enjoy. Apparently, color noise affects everyone differently, so they recommend giving each of their signature colors a listen, to find what works best for you: white noise is good for studying and writing; brown noise will help you fall asleep much quicker, it helps pacifying children and pets; and pink will help reduce stress while keeping you energized.
This website is a sister to simplynoise.com and it simply plays the rain sound for you. I don’t know about you but I really love the sound of rain falling down on a hot summer afternoon. It washes away all my worries and all the stress I’ve accumulated during that day magically goes away. You can adjust the overall rain intensity by sliding the blue orb to the left or to the right. Also, you can adjust the volume levels and you can toggle the thunder orb to change the ambiance of the storm. It’s a truly unique experience, since this site utilizes different algorithms to generate a randomized procedural storm every time you tune in. That’s quite impressive!
This is another site that invites you to sit comfortably and just enjoy the waves on the screen and the relaxing music and sounds. You can also benefit from a selection of guided meditations that can last from 2 minutes to 20 minutes. You can choose from a number of calming atmospheres like gentle waves, fields, waterfalls but the most amazing thing is, that you can download it to your iPhone and you can visit this site whenever you need it.
This amazing website actually allows you to mix four different sounds from a very wide range of sounds - drums, animals, fireworks, tribal beach sounds ... whatever you like. It’s extremely relaxing and when you find that combination that calms you down. You can even save it on your computer, so you can play it again when you feel stressed out and tired. Go check it out and I’m sure you will enjoy it just as much as I do!
This is such an amazing website! They use various “Attention Amplifying” music channels (phase-sequenced instrumental music) designed to engage with your brain’s limbic system that will actually increase your attention span to 400 percent when reading, writing or studying and it will also boost your general focus. Another very remarkable thing is the fact that it extends the standard 20-30 minutes productivity cycle to approximately 100 minutes. It’s pretty amazing, right? You should definitely give it a try and see for yourselves if it really works. I’m sure you’ll be more than pleased with the results.
This site plays instrumental upbeat tunes from Soundcloud that will help you feel more energized. It’s very easy to use with just a few control buttons: play, pause, fast, faster and of course, “give me the next one cap’n”. Very simple and extremely efficient at the same time!
There are quite a few sites out there that will help you relax and feel calmer.Let us know of any other zen-friendly websites that can help us relieve stress and be more productive? Have you tried any of them? Do they really work for you? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section!