Yes you can!
And each time you complete a session, even if it's a repeat, it will be counted and reflected on your training progress dashboard. Add a star to save it to your favorites section, for easy access from your home screen.
We encourage a three step process to learn, practice and master each session and program. Accordingly, we recommend each session and program be repeated at least three times over the course of your training.
Here's how it works:
Learn: When we learn a new skill we require greater cognitive function to think about what's involved. At first, this interferes with the experience itself, so we—
Practice: Once learned, we develop and refine a new skill through repetition. Through regular practice, cognitive function (having to think about it) decreases and experience (just doing it) takes over.
Master: Having practiced the technique, we can master it. We're confident in our ability and no longer need to engage cognition. We're simply present for the experience. It's important to note that we use "master" as an indication or proficiency. In terms of training, you never actually master the mind and mindfulness. It's an ongoing life's journey that requires practice to get the benefits. Just like any other form of training.
Yes you can!