ReWiring Meditation for the Digital Age

Mike Redmer and Vincent Horn

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Mike Redmer

Mike Redmer is a freelance user experience designer and mindfulness coach. His most recent project, the ReWire App, came out of a desire to utilize technology to make meditation more effective and engaging. In this first part of a conversation with host Vincent Horn, Mike shares his motivation for creating Rewire and the ways he hopes it can help people develop in meditation. He also describes how he approached designing the app, the improvements he made in the second iteration, and how Shinzen Young’s practice of “Just Note Gone” influenced the end product and Mike himself.

 

This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Come back for Part 2 next week!

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Mike Redmer speaks with Vincent Horn

kbmichaels's picture

It's sort of like mountain climbing. We could just get into a helicopter and fly to the peak efficiently and with ease. The view would be the same no matter how we got there. ??? Really?