APPLE "BEST OF 2018" AWARD-WINNER -- A clear, simple approach to meditation with a NY Times bestselling author and some of the most respected (and cool) meditation teachers on the planet. Designed for skeptics, built to help you keep it going.


- Daily videos and guided meditations to teach you meditation in the simplest way possible.
- A range of content for coping with anxiety and political stress, and for activities like walking and falling asleep.
- New content weekly to keep meditation from becoming a chore.
- Practical advice for applying mindfulness to your relationships, eating, work, and more.
- Quick meditations that fit into your busy life—during your commute, lunch break, etc.
- Offline access to guided meditations and videos. (premium)
- Apple Health App integration for tracking your progress.


** #1 Top listed app in New York Times ‘How to Meditate’ guide
** #1 in Apple’s ‘New Apps We Love’
** Featured on The Daily Show, Good Morning America, Nigthline, The Rachael Ray Show, and more.


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About 10% Happier, the book:

In his #1 New York Times bestseller, 10% Happier, ABC news anchor Dan Harris explores how his on-air panic attack in 2004 prompted him to search for a way to defang the voice in his head. He found meditation, and it's helped him be less yanked around by his emotions.


About 10% Happier, the podcast:

In his top-ranking podcast, Dan talks with smart people about whether there's anything beyond 10%. Basically, here's what the podcast is obsessed with: Can you be an ambitious person and still strive for enlightenment (whatever that means)?


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What’s New

Version 4.14.1

With this app update, we’re gearing up for our first-ever New Year’s Challenge this January.

• The Challenge will last for three weeks. Your goal: meditate for 15 days, for at least one minute a day.
• We’ll share a different course session each day of the Challenge, drawing from the best content across our app (and even including some sessions from a new course!).
• You’ll be able to keep tabs on your progress through an all-new calendar feature.
• You can invite friends to join you in the Challenge - you’ll be able to see each others’ progress and send nudges of encouragement!
• We’ve designed the Challenge to be great for beginners as well as more experienced meditators.
• And finally... the Challenge is FREE to participate in, for you and your friends.

You’ll be able to join the Challenge in the app starting on December 31, and it’ll kick off on January 7.

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While you're here... we've included snippet from a recent edition of our "Meditation Weekly" newsletter with Jay Michaelson.


We are approaching the longest nights of the year. These are the days when human bodies tend to slow down, to add more weight for the winter, to sleep. And, not coincidentally, these are the days in which cultures around the world celebrate light: first Diwali, then Chanukah, then Christmas. And other festivals as well.

For many people, the good cheer and family time of the holiday season ease the burden of darkness. Yet for many others, the holiday season is the most difficult of the year, and the relentless major-key music and myths of family harmony only worsen the natural ebbs of December. Many people are at their loneliest and most despondent precisely when our culture acts as though everyone is warm, partnered, and together.

Personally, I love a lot about the winter that has nothing to do with presents from friends or the presence of loved ones. I love the steam rising from laundry vents, the indoor smells of incense and firewood, the warmth of thick stew. I even love, sometimes, the alterations in my mood: more solitude, more loneliness, more melancholy. They go together, the winter outside and the winter of the heart. There is a song of winter, but for me, it is composed in minor keys more than major ones.

Not surprisingly, these movements of winter parallel those of contemplative practice. 

First, there is a subtle joy that emerges simply from yielding; from letting go the urge to be happy in a certain way, to celebrate the season in a certain way. This is familiar from meditation: as soon as I stop trying to relax, I can relax. As soon as I stop trying to feel joy, I can feel joy. The primary obstacle to happiness is the relentless search for happiness. 

You can feel this somatically in meditation. There’s often a straining or tensing of muscles when there’s a straining to feel a certain way. Quickly the search for happiness turns, like TV commercials in December, into its opposite. When I let my feelings be what they are, there’s a joy in releasing that resistance.

Second, I find a joy in the transparency of truth – or, if you prefer, of non-denial. Sylvia Boorstein, whose teachings I quote often perhaps because she is so good at pithy phrases, often talks about phrases like “it’s not what I wanted, but it’s what I got.” This can sound like wallowing in self-pity, but in fact it’s the opposite: it’s the courage, and the joy, of being truthful with experience.  I may have wanted something else, but, as the cliché goes, it is what it is. I can “be with my experience,” as long time meditators often say, without BS’ing myself about what that experience is. That feels great...


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Ratings and Reviews

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Editors’ Notes

Listen to your meditations with Apple Watch.

KnowMatter ,

Find the time to listen to yourself. It’s worth it.

After 1 week, I am sold. Simply taking a few minutes out of my day to reflect and focus my thoughts has made for an interesting experience. When I first started, I couldn’t see past the restlessness I felt inside; I found myself focusing too deeply on the back and forth rocking sensation I felt as my heart beat, and was surprised by how much motion was still occurring beyond my control as I intentionally attempted to be still and clear my mind. Today, I am finding myself more aware of many other sensations going on inside me — the rocking motion, I can still feel but only as I focus my awareness on my heart beating instead of my nostrils flaring or my wandering thoughts. I’ve been so impressed with meditation, I’ve convinced my wife to give it a try as well, and now we both plan time before bed to be guided through the basics of meditation. Now she’s hooked as well! I know this is only the beginning, but I’m very excited to see where this leads. If I can feel this way after only a week, I can only assume the benefits of making it a regular practice. So very glad I was introduced to this app, and I highly recommended it!

Gordon's Mom ,

Get app for skeptics and others

Love this app. I’ve tried to start meditating many times, but quickly became bored or wondered if I was doing it right. Having a teacher guide you through a meditation helped me begin a practice. I started with the free options as a resource to help me fall asleep. After my success with that, I was open to try some of the other meditations offered, purchased the app and was pleasantly surprised that I was able to fit an additional meditation or two into my day. After a short amount of time, I was able to notice a change in my approach to the frustrations and stress in my life. Only one recommendation - consider developing an app for iPads too. Would be a nice addition for people - like me - who use the guided meditations for a more restful sleep. Other than that, this is a exceptionally good app, and I would recommend it for anyone who has been frustrated with the process of meditation. I’d also suggest listening to Dan Harris’ weekly podcast to hear how others fit meditation into their lives.

Editors’ Notes

Listen to your meditations with Apple Watch.


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