goamra.org – for those interested in the research and science behind mindfulness.
www.pocketmindfulness.com – perfect place for people who want to try mindfulness, but do not know where to start.
Headspace – free 10-day program, but subscription based upon completion. Full library of 365 mediations with single videos as well as series with different levels. Geared towards novice meditators.
Insight Timer – Free, but you need to navigate around the 7-day trail to access the free content. Over 25,000 guided meditations from around 3,000 teachers, covering topics from stress, focus, relationships, creativity, and more.
Smiling Mind – Free. Hundreds of meditation with topics from mindful foundations, sleep, relationships, workplace, etc.
Stop, Breathe, & Think – Free, can upgrade to paid plan. Their goal is to create a more deliberate, intentional experience. Teaches meditation principles and some of the neuroscience and physiology behind it.
10% Happier – Free – are you a skeptic? Then this app is for you. Their tag line is – a relatable, no-nonsense way to learn mindfulness for people whose goals veer more toward sharpening their brains than befriending their souls.
Omvana – Contains one of the largest collections of meditation sessions available. Perfect if you enjoy customizing and personally tailoring your sessions to fit your needs and wants.
Aura – Free – personalizes meditation experience. Asks you a series of questions and creates a three-minute mindfulness meditation based on your answers. Also compatible with Apple Watch.
Brain.FM – designed to declutter your mind with various sounds. Can track progress and shows data on productivity, focus, and hindsight.
What are your favorite mindfulness resources? Did you find any of the above to be helpful? Let me know if the comments below!