Hmmm…was hoping someone had submitted a helpful answer. Looks like you’re stuck with MY stupid response until someone knowledgeable arrives.
I’ve experienced a similar response to feedback. Spent more time trying to “correct” myself due to feedback than to actually meditate. Became so frustrated that I just stopped using it. What’s the point of negative feedback if it makes matters worse?
Those birds chirping can be annoying too, but at least it’s positive feedback.
(I think it’s called “encouragement”)
At least those annoying chirping birds USED to be encouraging. They’re just annoying now since volume as been lowered to barely noticable.
Finally decided to push on anyway. These so-called features are interesting and may even be useful to some people if they encourage users to meditate. They mean exactly what you WANT them to mean, so for ME the audio feedback means nothing.
There is no right or wrong to meditate. If you commit to setting aside a few minutes each day to be still, you’ve already succeeded.
(I just wish they’d crank up the VOLUME on those annoyingly chirpy birds. I happen to LIKE them…)