13 of the Top Mindfulness and Meditation Podcasts for Meaningful Moments

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Creation Date June 16th, 2019
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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Whether you're just beginning to meditate or you've been at it for years, we have the best podcasts to help you increase knowledge and find new practices. Categories include Meditation in Miniature (short guided meditation for a busy life), Major Meditation (longer guided meditations), and Mindfulness Training (lessons and interviews to expand your mind on all things mindfulness).
  1. Meditations in Miniature

  2. Short guided meditations to calm your anxiety, overcome negative thinking, increase your confidence, and more. Want to meditate but just don’t think you have the time, or mental focus, to do it? This is the show for you. Most of these meditations are just 10 minutes - sometimes less! Soothe your stress away with this Award Winning guided meditation podcast by Hypnotherapist Chel Hamilton today. Please Note: The meditations presented in this podcast are from a wide variety of sources and do not subscribe to any particular religious ideology. Every effort is made to present the meditation techniques in this podcast series in a non-dogmatic, non-religious based way. Please do not listen to this meditation podcast or any other guided meditations while doing something that requires your complete attention… like driving your car. Stay safe :-) For more information visit: https://meditationminis.com
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  3. A Library of Meditations at Your Finger Tips. Be happy, healthy, more at peace, and sleep better as you're greeted every morning with a daily guided meditation technique. Feel as though you're seated next to your personal meditation teacher Mary Meckley as she takes you on a weekly journey to manage your emotions. New themes each week based on an emotion with different daily meditation techniques to manage stress triggers. You are so worth slowing down for.
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  1. Major Meditation

  1. Mindfulness Training

  2. My Seven Chakras is a podcast that provides ancient wisdom for the modern mind.Through long form interviews, solo episodes and breathwork meditations, Aditya (AJ) helps his viewers discover how to calm their mind, relax their nervous system and experience deep states of bliss.Our community is called 'Action Tribe', so we're all about providing you simple, practical, proven, evidence-based techniques and methods to improve the quality of your life and notice a paradigm shift in how you look at life. Some of the topics we regularly explore include Breathwork, The Chakras, Ayurveda, Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition, Qigong and Spirituality.Try out an episode. I'm confident that you'll fall in love with our easy going, relaxed approach to personal transformation :)We're inspired by thought leaders like Wim Hoff, Anthony Robbins, Dan Brule, Ben Greenfield, Aubry Marcus, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Tim Ferriss, Niraj Naik, Anodea Judith, Oprah and Wayne Dyer who have all paved the way for Aditya Jaykumar (AJ) to listen to his calling of starting this podcast.AJ is always personally available to talk, chat, connect and help, so don't think twice about reaching out to him. We have a voicemail button on our website (mysevenchakras.com), so feel free to leave a voice note! 
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  3. Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical ABC News anchor who had a panic attack live on "Good Morning America," which led him to try something he always thought was ridiculous: meditation. He went on to write the bestselling book, "10% Happier." In this podcast, Dan explores happiness (whatever that means) from all angles. Guests include legendary meditation teachers -- from the Dalai Lama to Western masters -- as well as scientists, and even the odd celebrity. But the show also ventures beyond meditation, bringing on leading researchers in areas such as social anxiety, bias, creativity, productivity, and relationships. The animating insight of this show is that the mind is trainable. This is what science is showing us. Mental traits such as happiness, calm, generosity, compassion, and connection are not hardwired, unalterable factory settings; they are, in fact, skills that can be trained. On this show, you'll learn how.
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