Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

von Waking Up Course, LLC

  • Kategorie: Health & Fitness
  • Erscheinungsdatum: 2018-09-21
  • Aktuelle Version: 1.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • Dateigröße: 25.19 MB
  • Entwickler: Waking Up Course, LLC
  • Kompatibilität: Benötigt iOS 11.4 oder neuer.
Bewertung: 5
5
Von 135 Bewertungen

Beschreibung

The Waking Up Course is for anyone who wants to begin the practice of mindfulness meditation, as well as for those with an established practice. WHAT YOU GET *Daily meditations led by Sam Harris (5-15 minutes in length). *A series of short talks by Sam Harris on a wide range of topics—including consciousness, negative and positive emotions, free will, the self, moral philosophy, the neuroscience of meditation, and more. *A self timer for silent meditation. *Subscribe in-app to unlock an expanding curriculum of guided meditations and short lessons. “I’ve been incredibly impressed with this app. Whether you want to sharpen your mind or experience more peace, this can help in dramatic fashion. The power of its progression is hard to overstate.” — Tim Ferriss Tim Ferriss is an early-stage investor in technology companies and the author of five #1 New York Times bestsellers, including The 4-Hour Workweek and Tools of Titans. He hosts the popular podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show. “The Waking Up Course is, hands down, the most important meditation guide I've ever used. And having Sam lead these sessions is what makes them so effective for me.” — Peter Attia, M.D. Peter Attia is a physician who focuses on the applied science of longevity. He trained at Stanford University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and the National Cancer Institute. He is also a former McKinsey consultant who holds B.Sc. in mechanical engineering and applied mathematics. ABOUT SAM HARRIS Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers, including Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion, and the host of the Waking Up Podcast. His writing and public lectures cover a wide range of topics—neuroscience, meditation, moral philosophy, religion, rationality—but generally focus on how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live. Sam Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA. WAKING UP SUBSCRIPTIONS AND TERMS Waking Up offers two introductory auto-renewing subscriptions: $7.99 per month $59.99 per year Your subscription to Waking Up will automatically renew, unless you disable auto-renew at least 24 hours before the current period ends. You can turn off auto-renew or manage your subscription from your iTunes Store account settings. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account. Waking Up integrates with the Apple Health app. To activate go to your Profile by tapping the button at the top right of the Home screen. Scroll to the bottom to find the Apple Health toggle. You can read more about our terms and conditions here: Terms of Service: https://wakingup.com/terms-of-service/ Privacy Policy: https://wakingup.com/privacy-policy/

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Bewertungen

  • Love it but not for everyone

    5
    Von jreikay
    As I thoroughly enjoy Sam Harris logic reasoning and way of speaking, I was bound to be happy with this course. I will say that comparing it to mindspace, it seems to be less strictly guided by a strict, reduced storytelling format. So if you enjoy mindspace, then waking up might be a bit to „Sam Harris Podcasty“ for you.
  • Well done!

    5
    Von Ben Probst
    Sam’s clear and powerful prose recorded by him are the perfect companion to the meditation sessions. Headspace’s daily meditation — which also include some thoughts on the mind — feel like a schoolboy’s rumination in comparison
  • Amazing App

    5
    Von Danasus
    Full of details and made with love. Having Sam Harris as your personal Meditation Guid is an amazing experiences - thank you Sam!
  • 👍🏻

    5
    Von XSkirmX
    Great way to explore your mind!
  • Für mich DIE Meditations-App

    5
    Von shinichi kudo
    Ich habe schon einiges ausprobiert. WakingUp hat mich aber am meisten überzeugt. Die Meditationen bauen langsam aufeinander auf. Man kann sie natürlich auch wiederholen. Zusätzlich gibt es Lektionen, in den der Autor Hintergründe und Denkanstöße liefert. Die Stimme in den geführten Meditationen ist sehr angenehm, sodass man dem Gesagten folgen kann, ohne aus der Meditation gerissen zu werden. Die App ist allerdings nur in englischer Sprache erhältlich, was möglicherweise für den Einen oder Anderen nicht ideal ist. Für alle Anderen: Sehr zu empfehlen.
  • Content great (Sam Harris), app mediocre audio player.

    2
    Von ColtVito
    Headspace, Calm, Oak are way better, richer, with more useful functions. Waking up is just an audio player with lame UX.
  • Awesome Content

    5
    Von trekabdz
    Worth the wait.
  • An app to love

    5
    Von Vol&
    A daily respite from the madness around. It’s a vital companion to keep sane and see beyond the stories. Couldn’t recommend it more.
  • No BS-approach to Vipassana

    5
    Von CallMeIshmalex
    I‘ve been a long term practitioner of Vipassana and was curious how Sam Harris approach may help me to deepen my daily routine. And surprised to see that it does! Because it challenges my daily routine that rarely uses guided meditations any more. Every day Sam offers a little and simple nugget that is a bit different although familiar to longtime practitioners, things one tended to observe at some point in the past, but stopped working with a while ago - in my case some Metta- aspects tied to the multi-sensory qualities of the emotions in play. Since Sam remains true to his rational scepticism it makes this more powerful than most of the new agey type of meditation apps. This here is honest and pure in its quest for truth and insight!!!
  • Good job Sam!

    5
    Von thejulianw
    A great experience! I do my daily meditation in Headspace but found the WakingUp course a nice complementary element, sparking some new ideas and thought processes. The main thing I return for are the lessons though, I listened to them multiple times and they help setting the mind towards certain topics, I love the deeper and more philosophical drive they have compared to Headspace, asking questions to ponder whereas Headspace seems to always be wanting to come up with answers. The ones on death and free will are my favorites. Looking forward to more content. Tech feedback: - The app seems to rely on an internet connection at start up. So downloading lessons to listen to on the subway doesn’t really work - An AirPlay button would be more convenient than goin into the control center (and many people don’t know about that workaround)

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