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I love your podcast and will delete this review, but urge Dan to please consider this carefully. Your meditation practice has surely helped you see a great deal about how your mind works - don’t fall into an emotion-led belief system as those around you have! When you tried asking the Dalai Lama about American race issues he wisely avoided the topic. Why? Because he sees that this ethnocentric way of framing the problem won’t get us out of the trouble we’re in. We need to stop playing identity politics - categorizing people by their skin color, gender, etc. True progress is when individuals are seen as individuals. Please listen to your friend Sam Harris and others who have reasoned through this complex issue from first principles rather than sliding into the dogmatic group-think of the far left. I believe in you Dan, and you have the power to help many. Be bold and think for yourself!
I have been listening to this podcast for a couple of years and appreciate all the helpful advice, guidance , perspectives and wisdom it offers. I am an elementary teacher and could never afford your app , recently I heard of your 6 month subscription for teachers. I cannot thank you enough! So many wonderful meditations. This is sure to help in these uncertain times.
I’ve liked Dan for a long time, and I’ve found this podcast and the app very useful. I hope this podcast doesn’t fall for the woke movement though.
Your books and podcast have really enlightened me. You Da Man, Dan!
i extremely enjoy your podcast from toronto
🙌❤️ wow! It is a heart/throat opening meditation, one I will turn too often. Thank you for sharing your wisdom. 🤗
Dan tried many times to get practical ideas for us, as individuals, to better cope with polarization. Didn’t happen, in my opinion. “My ideas are rational; yours are not!” Now what? Maybe it’s too much to ask. Stupid is here to stay, I guess.
Fantastic podcast with fascinating guests and great interviewing by Dan. I’m a classic insecure overachiever who’s been an on-and-off again meditator for the past 5 years. I started listening to 10% Happier in mid-March when the coronavirus pandemic began. I’m impressed by the (very intelligent) layman’s explanations of meditation and how they’ve subsequently brought me much deeper in my personal practice. I’ve also appreciated how this podcast has provided me support and a safe space from the health and economic anxiety around me. If I could offer one suggestion that would increase my rating and make me a bigger advocate: please, please, PLEASE stop running the “there’s not a single person who hasn’t been impacted by the coronavirus” ad. I’ve benefited from greater awareness thanks to the show and notice now how I instantly feel a spike in anxiety and stress as soon as this particular ad’s opening notes of the ad begin - the exact opposite of what I (and I suspect many others) want to feel listening to the show. Each time I hear the opening notes it’s a mad scramble for me to find my phone, hit pause, and skip to the next show. After, I can feel my heart rate elevated and mood diminished for minutes. I understand the show’s business model depends on ad revenue, but as your target audience I’d strongly advise you to consider the appeal of each episode holistically (interview, ads, voicemails, the whole shebang). The ad-induced anxiety I feel isn’t enough to get me to stop listening yet, but I’d be a bigger binge-listener/ advocate if this specific ad was pulled. I think your team is doing great work, and if there’s another way I and your audience can support you that doesn’t involve stress-inducing show ads I personally would be well over 10% happier.
Interesting perspectives. I enjoyed listening RuPaul episode. There was a little background noice that was a a bit distracting. Overall, I enjoy this podcast.
I stumbled upon this podcast and now I don't know what I'd do without it! I absolutely love the speakers, Dan's strong interview abilities, the quality of conversations, and the meaningful content. THE podcast to listen to!
Thanks Dan. Keep up the great work asking questions that need to be asked (while remaining respectfully agnostic). My meditation began with a yogic path, but having fun hearing the Buddhist take. My teacher, Jeff Warren (Election Stress Power of 10 meditation episode) presents to us many styles of meditation that we can pick and choose from - like choosing the right exercise for the day at the gym. "Today I will work on my abs" or "Today I will work on 'Don't know mind' ". Glad you are getting into "seeing the See-er" with episode #72 Sam Harris. I am rudderless as I try to let go - but what a ride! All the Focus Concentration work I have for the past few years seems to be flung out the window as I try to let go. Not quite the baby with the bath water... but just about. Love your podcast. 4.97/5.00; 0.03 to bring more styles. Yogic/ Hindu/ Zen path maybe?
I never liked podcasts, I'm not a big reader and I would have never wanted to sit still with my own mind... until I read Dan's book and started listening to his podcast. Thank you Dan! Keep up the great work!!!!!
I had always had difficulties « getting » meditation and thought I was doing it wrong or no good at it. Ten Percent Happier has aligned with what I need to understand how to meditate, how to get the most out of the practice and how to apply the related principles in my life. Yet this podcast, it’s host and guests have « taught » me how to accept exactly where I am.
Dan Harris makes the ‘touchy feely’ world of meditation a truly relatable practical tool for healthy living. His interview style is engaging and he asks the questions I’m thinking when I think them. The guests are wonderful informative teachers. This podcast enriched my life 🙏🏽
As I get ‘serious’ about meditation, I look for stories from others to help me make sense of it. Dan Harris is doing the same, and I’m eagerly devouring the back catalogue of his podcasts. Awesome, brave and generous work, Dan! Thank you!
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Thoroughly enjoy the skeptical yet curious and inquisitive interviews on this podcast into people’s lives and how meditation impacts them. I’ve particularly enjoyed the “Jew-bu” collection of interviews. The science of meditation and it’s findings is inspiring and heartwarming. Thank you for a wonderful podcast.
Love Dan he is so clever and funny, really not listening to all the interviews
Hi guys, this podcast is so good. I listened it initially because I wanted to encourage myself with subtle nudges to get back into meditation and it worked. I downloaded the brilliant app and then even subscribed and now I’m meditating daily (mostly). Now I listen to the app to get myself enthused and inspired about meditation and kept myself on track. I’ve also had a massive insight into my mind through the talks - especially with Jeff (Warren?) - another book please on the more mystical aspect- I love the way Dan and Jeff talk about and hint about them without the new agey bull# that can come with it! Thank you guys x
This is one of my go to places to get inspiration when I am stuck, encouragement when I am blue and advice on how to navigate the difficulties that seem to ambush us along the way. Huge wisdom in this podcast, I have come a long way since bumping into all things Buddhist over the last four years or so. We in the UK are going to need to be even more mindful as we head into a cold and lonely life outside of the EU. I will be sure to keep on listening. Thanks, Dan. Ever grateful to you and your guests. Best wishes, Rick GB
I love this PC but as I listen to it in bed at night it would be good if you could have less ‘jarring’ music/theme tune. GB
This podcast has been taking me on an epic journey and discovery for the last 3 months and it’s just the beginning. GB
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