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That you can create lasting happiness, peace, and fulfillment in your life. That the power is in you, it's in all of us. And that we've created over 450 guided mindfulness practices to let you access that power.

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What can mindfulness help you with?


Mindfulness is a gateway to fast, better life results. We've created 450+ meditations for:

  • Success and money

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  • Learning Meditation


In the double slit experiment scientists stumbled upon what several traditions of meditation, yoga, and eastern medicine have known for thousands of years - that our minds have the power to change reality. Only today, are more people realizing this extraordinary power, and that through our intention, awareness, and preconceived notions we are constantly creating our own experience of life. Don't waste this precious power by remaining unaware of it. Don't allow your unwanted thoughts and emotions to keep running (and creating) your life. Use our meditations to start harnessing your power of conscious intention and awareness to create the life experiences you desire.

People using meditation, intention, and awareness to achieve extraordinary results

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    Prahlad Jani

    Jani has lived without food and water since 1940. In 2010, a doctor and team of 35 researchers tested Jani by keeping him in a controlled environment for 15 days with no food, water, or bathroom use. At the end, all medical tests on Jani were reported as normal and the researchers described him as being in better health than someone half his age.

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    Michael Singer

    Commonly known as Oprah's Guru, Michael Singer is a modern day billionaire who served as CEO of Web MD and has written several New York Times # 1 Best Sellers including, “The Untethered Soul”, and “The Surrender Experiment”. He is an increadibly generous, leading philanthropist who credits meditation, intention, and surrender for his achievements.

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    Wim Hof

    Aka the ice man, he has climbed Kilimanjaro in nothing but shorts, owns the ice endurance record by keeping his body warm for hours in freezing temperatures, run a full marathon in below 0* F temperatures (in nothing but shorts again), and run another full marathon through the Namib desert without water.

Imagine what you can achieve

More scientific evidence supporting meditation

Check out these excerpts from recent reports by doctors and scientists

  • Improve your attention

    “These results suggest that mindfulness training may improve attention-related behavioral responses by enhancing functioning of specific subcomponents of attention.” 1

  • Reduce your stress

    “Clinicians should be prepared to talk with their patients about the role that a meditation program could have in addressing psychological stress.” 9

  • Reduce your overthinking

    “Overall, the results suggest that MM practice primarily leads to decreases in ruminative thinking, even after controlling for reductions in affective symptoms and dysfunctional beliefs.” 2

  • Reduce your loneliness

    “Mindfulness-based stress reduction may be a novel treatment approach for reducing loneliness.” 11

  • Improve your brain and immune function

    “Findings demonstrate that a short program in mindfulness meditation produces demonstrable effects on brain and immune function.” 3

  • Increase your creativity

    “Findings document a direct relation between mindfulness and creativity” 12

  • Grow your brain

    “...larger volumes in these [brain] regions might account for meditators' singular abilities and habits to cultivate positive emotions, retain emotional stability, and engage in mindful behavior." 4

  • Increase your intelligence

    “Brain regions associated with attention, interoception and sensory processing were thicker in meditation participants than matched controls, including the prefrontal cortex and right anterior insula.” 7

  • Enhance your relationships

    “... greater mindfulness practice on a given day was associated on several consecutive days with improved levels of relationship happiness, relationship stress, stress coping efficacy, and overall stress.” 8

  • Totally improve your life

    “Results suggested the [mindfulness] intervention was efficacious in (a) favorably impacting couples’ levels of relationship satisfaction, autonomy, relatedness, closeness, acceptance of one another, and relationship distress; (b) beneficially affecting individuals’ optimism, spirituality, relaxation, and psychological distress; and (c) maintaining benefits at 3-month follow-up.” 6

  • Enhance your focus

    “The meditation group reported lower levels of stress and showed better memory for the tasks they had performed; they also switched tasks less often and remained focused on tasks longer.” 5

  • Improve cognition in children

    “mindfulness-based interventions in children and youths hold promise, particularly in relation to improving cognitive performance and resilience to stress." 10

  1. "M.J. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience (2007)". Jha, A.P., Krompinger, J. & Baime. 7: 109. doi:10.3758/CABN.7.2.109

  2. "Cognitive Therapy and Research (2004)". Ramel, W., Goldin, P.R., Carmona, P.E. et al. 28: 433. doi:10.1023/B:COTR.0000045557.15923.96

  3. "Psychosomatic Medicine: July 2003 - Volume 65- Issue 4". p 564–570 doi: 10.1097/01.PSY.0000077505.67574.E3

  4. "NeuroImage
    Volume 45, Issue 3". 15 April 2009, Pages 672–678

  5. "Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems." CHI EA '11 CHI '11 .
    Pages 2011-2016 doi>10.1145/1979742.1979862

  6. "Mindfulness-Based Relationship Enhancement". Carson, Carson, Gil, Baucom. Behavior Therapy.
    35, 471–494, 2004

  7. "Meditation Experience Is Associated with Increased Cortical Thickness". Neurorepor. Lazar, Sara W. et al.  16.17 (2005): 1893–1897. Print.

  8. "Mindfulness-Based Relationship Enhancement". Behavior Therapy. Baucom. Carson, Carson, Gil,
    35, 471–494, 2004

  9. "Meditation Programs for Psychological Stress and Well-being: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis". Goyal M, Singh S, Sibinga ES, et al.  JAMA Intern Med.2014;174(3):357-368. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.13018

  10. "Mindfulness-Based Interventions in Schools—a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis". Zenner, Charlotte, Solveig Herrnleben-Kurz, and Harald Walach. Frontiers in Psychology 5 (2014): 603. PMC. Web. 21 Sept. 2016.

  11. "Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction training reduces loneliness and pro-inflammatory gene expression in older adults: A small randomized controlled trial". J. David Creswell, Michael R. Irwin, , Lisa J. Burklund, , Matthew D. Lieberman, , Jesusa M.G. Arevalo, , Jeffrey Ma, , Elizabeth Crabb Breen, , Steven W. Cole. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Volume 26, Issue 7, October 2012, Pages 1095-1101

  12. "Stepping out of history: mindfulness improves insight problem solving." Ostafin, Kassman. Conscious Cogn. 2012 Jun;21(2):1031-6. doi: 10.1016/j.concog.2012.02.014. Epub 2012 Apr 6.

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