We all want to be happy in life and The Resilience Project shows you how practicing gratitude, empathy and mindfulness can help you become more happy!
Schools, corporate groups and the biggest sporting teams in the country including AFL and NRL clubs, the Australian Diamonds and the Australian Cricket Team are all practicing the principles of The Resilience Project.
After spending time volunteering in an Indian village former teacher Hugh van Cuylenburg was inspired to create The Resilience Project, which educates Australian parents, children and organisations about the importance of gratitude, empathy (compassion) and mindfulness. “In this desert community, there was no running water, no electricity and no beds; everyone slept on the floor,” Hugh says. “Despite the fact these people had very little to call their own, I was continually blown away by how happy they were.”
The Resilience Project delivers programs to a range of organisations including elite sporting clubs and primary and secondary schools. In addition to the presentations schools receive they have the opportunity to complete a curriculum specifically designed to focus on what you have as opposed to what you don’t have, understanding the benefits of helping others as well as the importance of being healthy and active.
Ratings and Reviews
Great but needs variety
Downloaded after listening to the great speech made by the developer at my club. Love the journal and writing down thoughts and recording emotions. However the meditations is where it’s lacking. Needs more to keep it interesting and not just the same thing every few days. Also would be nice to go in and listen to one if you wanted to not just as part of daily journal
This is a rally great app I downloaded after listening to Hugh at a conference.
There are some features missing that would really improve the overall usage of the app.
1. Add Notifications.
I know this goes against mobile mental health. But it would be great to have this as a reminder to complete diary entries and to practice mindfulness daily.
2. Apple Health App integration
This would make life easier instead of having to manually enter mindfulness tracking in the app.
Other than the above 2 recommendations for app improvement. I highly encourage anyone who wants to improve their overall mental health to download this app and start using today.
Brilliant, simple and effective
Have always used this app, but the update in March 2019 has made it even better. An effective and enjoyable way to stay on track with daily mindfulness, gratitude and empathy! Also a brilliant tool to look back on the small things and appreciate them whenever you feel the need to
- The Resilience Project Pty Ltd
- 52.4 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2017 The Resilience Project
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock The Resilience Project $4.49
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.