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You really don’t need a reason to meditate, just meditate! When you examine the huge benefit that meditation has on so many areas of the body and mind, there is no reason why you should not embrace it.

In order for you to develop a greater appreciation for meditation, you will first have to overcome the "I don’t have time" dilemma. Did you know there are simple ways and complex ways to meditate, what is important is the knowledge of how to meditate. What really is the real purpose of meditation, is it to reduce mental noise and to achieve inner dialogue? You will then be introduced to the simplest and easiest ways of meditating. Find out how long you should meditate and what is the best time to meditate. You will be amazed to find out that meditation has nothing to do with clearing your mind. But what about the mental noise you may ask?

Get Happy NOW! Meditate You really don’t need a reason to meditate, just meditate! When you examine the huge benefit that meditation has on so many areas of the body and mind, there is no reason why you should not embrace it.In order for you to develop a greater appreciation for meditation, you will first have to overcome the "I don’t have time" dilemma. Did you know there are simple ways and complex ways to meditate, what is important is the knowledge of how to meditate. What really is the real purpose of meditation, is it to reduce mental noise and to achieve inner dialogue? You will then be introduced to the simplest and easiest ways of meditating. Find out how long you should meditate and what is the best time to meditate. You will be amazed to find out that meditation has nothing to do with clearing your mind. But what about the mental noise you may ask?Meditation will benefit the mind and body in so many ways. Enjoy the peace! Enjoy the stillness! All the information you will ever need is wrapped up in this wonderful eBook.

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  • John M
  • 27-08-2015

Note Well: This is an abridged version

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When purchasing this offering, i only noticed the description "UNABRIDGED" and failed to see the 35min length. Buyers should note that this version is both abridged and only addresses walking meditation, completely missing the heart of what Harris has to offer..

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  • P. Gomez
  • 19-12-2014

Are we sure the same Dan Harris wrote this?

On high after just finishing 10% happier I began listening to this book. I wanted to keep the story going and dive deeper. This book killed my momentum. It seems if it was written by someone very different. Maybe it was the reader? His voice is very different than Dan's. It's boring and drones on. I dislike writing negative reviews, I usually don't write them all together. In this case I didn't received what I was expecting out of this book. I want others to have the right expectation.

Note to author; Dan please rewrite this with your clever and easy going personality and read it yourself.

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  • Betsy in Houston
  • 04-01-2015

not an overview of the longer book!

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Boring, clearly not meant for a beginner or someone who hasn't read his longer 10% book.

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  • M. Henderson
  • 11-08-2018

Reader weakens message

Interesting content, but the reader’s continued emphasis on the last word of every sentence made a sing-song cadence that diminished the performance.

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  • L
  • 09-06-2017

Nah.

There are a million FREE places to learn how to meditate that are better than this guide. It describes meditation, but doesn't actually guide you through meditating.

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  • dbp
  • 12-05-2017

Having finished the full book, it is hard to accept this as written by the same person.

The tone, style, wit, personality, depth, and sophistication of 10% Happier is just not consistent with the supposed companion guide. I don't think they have the same author.

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  • Stefanie
  • 17-11-2016

Terrible reader

The content may be engaging but I could not finish it. It was like listening to Ben Stein's character in Ferris Bueller.

Read the book instead!