Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical journalist who had a panic attack on live national television, which led him to try something he otherwise never would have considered: meditation. He went on to write the bestselling book, 10% Happier. On this show, Dan talks with eminent meditation teachers, top scientists, and even the odd celebrity. Guests include everyone from His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Brené Brown to Karamo from Queer Eye. On some episodes, Dan ventures into the deep end of the pool, covering subjects such as enlightenment and psychedelics. On other episodes, it’s science-based techniques for issues such as anxiety, productivity, and relationships. Dan's approach is seemingly modest, but secretly radical: happiness is a skill you can train, just like working your bicep in the gym. Your progress may be incremental at first, but like any good investment, it compounds over time. more
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We’re going to start experimenting with these Friday episodes. Historically on Fridays, we’ve dropped guided meditations – and we will still do that – but we’re also going to try some different formats, including some shorter episodes with guests tha... more
Welcome to Round II of the Meditation Party. The feedback we got from our first episode was overwhelmingly positive, so we’re going for it again. Meditation Party is an experiment we’re running with a chattier format – more of a morning zoo vibe, but... more
Historically on this show, we want guests who either have skills that they can teach us (i.e. meditation teachers or happiness researchers) or we want people who are willing to get super personal about their interior lives—and today you're gonna meet... more
I really appreciate his podcast but it’s turning into a celebrity love fest and that’s not why I was drawn to this podcast. Right now there’s a lack of balance. We already have too much celebrity worship in this country. We don’t need more of that.
I’ve had the App for awhile & listen to the podcast now & again there. I just heard the Kabat-Zinn epp & it confirms to me how this program has grown. The bi-focus programming is a definite improvement- I can skip the fluff as I’m not a fan of celebrity interviews and listen to the meaningful insights of wonderful minds. The Kabat-Zinn (3/29/23) is one of the best (Goldstein & Salzberg are competing with it) and I can’t recommend it more. (Mutual Monarchs!) I hope these beautiful thinkers & prac... more
My favorite podcast these days! Listening to this regularly is truly helping me on my path. Very grateful for the quality of interviews.
While I like the podcast & Dans style. The subscriber thing is annoying. I don’t like it enough to pay for subscription. I’ll wait for free episodes. However after the date the episode is suppose to be available. It often still won’t play. Also annoying now that episodes show up in my feed before they are available for non subscribers.
My favorite podcast for when i need inspiration. I have watched Dan grow over the years in his interviewing style. His growth is a testament to his Buddhist practice. Great interviews- you will find wisdom and inspiration for living your best life here. ♥️
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