Ten Percent Happier Meditation

Ten Percent Happier Meditation

Category: Health & Fitness
Version: 6.19.1
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 106.86 MB
Developer: 10% Happier Inc.
Compatibility:   iOS 14.0 +.
Score: 4.82944
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Ten Percent Happier Meditation 6.19.1 IPA. Ten Percent Happier Meditation for iPhone/iPad. Ten Percent Happier Meditation latest version free download. Download Ten Percent Happier Meditation 6.19.1 for iPhone/iPad by 10% Happier Inc. directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

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Our guided meditations, videos, talks, and sleep content will help you build (or boost) your meditation practice, and stick with it. WHAT’S INSIDE: - Video and meditation combos that make it fun and straightforward to learn to meditate. - A library of 500+ guided meditations on topics ranging from anxiety to parenting to focus, ensuring that you can find exactly the right meditation for the moment. - A sleep section filled with relaxing meditations that make it easy to fall (and stay) asleep. - Bite-size stories, wisdom, and inspiration that you can listen to while on the go - for those moments when you’re not feeling like meditation but want some mindfulness. - New content released weekly to keep meditation from becoming a chore. - Quick meditations that fit into your busy life—during your commute, lunch break, etc. PRESS: ** #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, Nightline, The Rachael Ray Show, and more. SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMS: If you’d like to unlock full access to our 500+ videos and guided meditations, we offer auto-renewing monthly and yearly subscription membership options. If you select an auto-renewing subscription membership option, payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and your Ten Percent Happier subscription will automatically renew (at the duration selected) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period; your credit card will be charged for renewal through your iTunes account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off an auto-renewing subscription at any time from your iTunes Account Settings but refunds will not be issued for any unused portion of the term. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. For more information on our terms of service and privacy policy, please visit http://www.tenpercent.com/terms-of-service OR http://www.tenpercent.com/privacy-policy/ -------------- About the 10% Happier 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 better way to deal with the voice in his head and be less yanked around by his emotions. Spoiler alert: he found meditation. -------------- About the Ten Percent Happier podcast: In his top-ranking podcast, Dan talks with smart people about whether there's anything beyond 10%. The podcast explores whether you be an ambitious person and still strive for enlightenment and inner peace. -------------- Ten Percent Happier integrates with the Apple Health app. If you’re enjoying the app, please (re)post a review. It really helps! Questions/technical support? Please email us at [email protected] Follow us on Twitter: @10percent, Facebook: @tenpercenthappier, Instagram: tenpercenthappier

  • Begin again

    5
    By mlhe7
    These small daily practices are helping me “begin again”… and again … and again. They really are perfect little reminders to do what I know to do: to be aware that I am sitting, to be present to the all of life, to be grateful.
  • The Whys and Wherfores

    5
    By Shopped!
    A short concise path to the whys and wherefores of meditation. Simple, easy, deeply educational for a beginner — likely a helpful reminder for folks who are experienced in meditation.  I’d highly recommend it. The offerings are without cost for the beginnings . A lot to gain here.
  • Heartfelt Thanks ❤️🫠✨

    5
    By LiteBulbLady
    Stress is melting away…wow! 🌈✨
  • Spectacular

    5
    By FerdTB
    Most accessible and non-elitist meditation guidance I’ve ever encountered! Thank you so much!!!
  • More than ten percent happier

    5
    By Fishy Brian
    I can count on one hand the number of subscriptions apps I have on my phone. And I’d probably give up all the others before I would unsubscribe from this one. I’ve been using this app almost daily for the past 16 months. Prior to installing the app, I’d been flirting with trying to get started with mindfulness meditation. I wasn’t ready to start putting out a lot of money to find a one-on-one instructor or take group classes. And in the very beginning, I just didn’t really know how to get started in any meaningful way. So I took a chance on this app. 
    
     Now, about the app itself, there seems to be three kinds of tools here: relatively short topical instructional meditation courses, one off guided meditations, and informational podcasts. With a paid subscription you get access to everything. (Update: since I wrote the original review 10% Happier has recently added two additional pay features for 1 on 1 coaching and group classes via Zoom.) 
    
    The instructional meditation courses have two parts. The first part is a short (< 5 min.) video or just audio in which an instructor and quite frequently Dan Harris have a discussion about the meditation topic at hand. And then it is followed by a guided meditation. Most all of those courses seem to last 1 to 2 weeks. The one off, or single meditations usually have someone talking for a few minutes and then leading a meditation. What I really like about some of these is that they also let you choose the length of the meditation, usually from 5 to 15 minutes in increments of 5 minutes. Some have options that will go as long as an hour. Lastly, the informational podcasts are like typical podcasts, some lasting an hour or more. There are podcasts designed for people who are interested in lots aspects of mindfulness meditation. All of the tools in the app are added to frequently and some focus (loosely) of current events or times of the year. For example, if you find the holidays to be stressful, there seems to be new material that becomes available to help with that. The content of the materials is nothing short of excellent. 
    
    If you’re an absolute beginner (I was and probably still am), there are courses to help you get started. They take into account that you’re a beginner not only in assuming you already know something about the material presented, but are also reassuring that if you don’t feel like you’re “doing it right”. They provide the reassurance that it isn’t so much the “how” you’re doing it, as much as they consistent application of the principles and coming back to the meditation when your mind wanders off (and it will). 
    
    The meditations reinforce each other and they don’t expect you’ll get everything the first time. Also, I need to mention that they use lots of different instructors, many of who are among the most well known. Having different instructors helps you learn there isn’t just one way. And the different personalities all have something to offer. You’ll probably find your own favorites. The instructors come off mostly as every day people who have a lot of experience with this type of meditation. There aren’t any special robes or incense here. Not that there’s anything wrong with that for people drawn to it. 
    
    This app is for the average person who is trying to navigate this world in a thoughtful way while trying not to get sucked into the drama and not be a jerk to themselves or others. 
    
     These meditations aren’t just for beginners. There are many I haven’t attempted yet. There are a number of courses I have repeated months later. As my practice is developing, I find I get things from repeated meditations that either I didn’t catch or probably interpreted differently the last time I heard it. 
    
     This one app has made mindfulness meditation within my reach. I’m a 64 year old man who didn’t start this until I was 62. I have found that the application of mindfulness meditation has truly led me to deeper understanding of myself and my motivations so that I can move towards being more the person I want to be. Personally, I can tell my relationships with other people are better. My attitude and responses towards the good and bad things that happen in my life are healthier for me (and probably the people around me). 
    
     And as a disclaimer, this isn’t therapy. It won’t take the place of a therapist. But if you want a deeper understanding of yourself, how the person you are affects others, and a path to navigate through life without the drama, mindfulness meditation may well help provide the path to help you on that journey. The key to success is persistence and I find the app makes that persistence so much easier than trying to make a go of it on my own.
  • Ten Percent More is doable!

    5
    By BigBearPing8
    Simple yet effective techniques to help propel you into a mindful state of mind. What a wonderful way to start your day!
  • Beginner mind…

    5
    By N0Ttaken
    I’ve only just begun. Enjoying thaw small succinct experiences slowly building on each other. A feel good experience!
  • App problems

    2
    By Beast-a
    Ten percent is THE app if you are looking to find self-growth and a more sense of calm for your life. With only $100 you could have full access to 250+meditations and podcast, all of which are super useful and helpful for the beginner to seasoned veteran mediator. I truly wouldn’t be as calm, focused and more in love with myself and body if not for this app! Though, I must say this and it is the reason for the two stars. The amount of freezing, restarting, and slow load times are killer 💀. I haven’t even downloaded any mediations but when I leave the app and it’s running either a mediation or podcast is going you have a 70% chance of it stopping the listen and forcing you to go back in the app and restart the whole thing again. Which haha I think is a mediation in itself. Though, tbh if I’m paying $100/yr, which is very cheap with the amount of teachers that are on the app. I still want a functioning app that has a smooth A.I. system. Pls Dan, love you and respect all that you went through and the courage that you displayed to put out this resource. But fix the A. I., so I can turn my mediation up to a 10 😁 I run an iPhone 12 Pro, haven’t had any other issues with other apps.   
    
    *EDIT* 
    
    After reading the other negative reviews. I think it’s only fair I state a little more. I only reviewed this cuz I was getting frustrated with the updates that were coming and still the app was crashing. I will change my star rating once you fix it. Must say that there seems to be people complaint about price. Without a doubt 100$ for this mediation app is a steal of a deal !! People don’t understand that even though mediation is free and you can do it whenever and don’t need any guidance. If you truly want to deepen your relationship with yourself, having a guide is crucial if you don’t want to just plateau. Just like how school teachers aren’t paid enough. Anyone who teaches on this app, fsfs isn’t getting paid enough for the amount of change they are bringing the individual. Go, Ten Percent! Pls fix crashing and 5 stars instantly 🤩
  • A terrific tool

    5
    By Muffy Duffy
    Ten percent happier offers lessons from the foremost teachers in mindfulness in the most accessible, easy to digest format possible. My practice is much more consistent since I signed up.
  • Love the app, the pod, the practice

    5
    By Lomcdonald
    Love the challenges to join (keeps me coming back every day) and the vast array of guided meditation choices: who/what/how long.  Lots of wisdom and the way to a happier more peaceful mind here.

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