1 Giant Mind: Learn Meditation 4+

Learn to Meditate in 12 Steps

1 Giant Mind

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.4 • 813 Ratings
    • Free

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Learn to meditate in 12 easy steps, then take the 30 day challenge to make meditation a daily habit.

With 1 Giant Mind, Jonni Pollard, a master meditation teacher, author, and founder of the 1 Giant Mind Teacher Training Academy will teach you how to learn a 'Being' meditation technique. With 4 years of in-app research, this app has proven to reduce stress levels and generate overall better wellbeing for users. *(PSS Personal Stress Survey surveyed over 6000 users).

The 1 Giant Mind app is for anyone who wants to feel less stressed, more calm, present, and experience greater health and wellbeing. Our approach to meditation is easy and effortless. and no previous experience is required. Anyone can learn this technique in 12 short steps and begin to experience the benefits immediately.

How the 12 Step ‘Learn Meditation' Course works:

* Each step only takes 15 minutes and builds upon the previous step
* Step by step video and audio tutorial instruction guides you
* A journal and set-a-reminder tool to help you keep track of your progress and assist in making your practice a daily habit
* In-depth practical explanations to further deepen your knowledge of the technique
* Access to a ‘Review Your Experience’ videos that help you better understand all of the different experiences you can have
* Videos can be streamed or downloaded
* Unlock helpful content and rewards as you progress
* FAQ library that answers many questions that you may have as you learn this technique.
* At the end of the 12 step course you will know how to meditate anywhere, anytime, and experience deeply restful and rejuvenating meditations.

30-Day Challenge

* Once you have completed the 12 step course you will unlock the 30 day challenge.
* Take the 30 day challenge to make meditation a daily habit
* Choose the length of your daily meditation, do it with or without music and with or without guidance.
* Access the journal and set a reminder tools
* Unlock content and rewards to inspire you to complete the 30 day challenge.

Meditation Timer

* Once you have completed the 12 step course you will unlock the meditation timer.
* This is a great tool to keep you on track
* Choose between 10, 15 and 20 minute meditations, with or without guidance and/or music.
* Choose a male or female voice to guide you
* Keep a journal, and set reminders.
* Track your Mindful Minutes in Apple Health

6 Key Points of this Technique

- The 1 Giant Mind Being technique is effortless to practice
- This technique is perfect for people with busy minds
- The technique requires no concentration or controlling of thoughts
- It can be practiced anywhere, at anytime, sitting comfortably with your eyes closed
- It doesn’t require any belief system to be effective
- You can feel benefits immediately

What’s New

Version 3.4.1

Meditate your own way. We added an option to enable the bell at the end of your meditation sessions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
813 Ratings

813 Ratings

Milk Vision ,

Great for the main thing but has a couple issues.

First of all, if you're interested in learning to meditate or refine your technique, I strongly recommend this app, and it's completely free and has no ads other than the occasional screen asking you if you want to go through their teacher program or listen to their podcast.

I love the 12 step course. It's simple and luxurious and effective.

Besides that, I have three minor issues:

1. The subsequent 30 day challenge, though, and the timer function (which is the same recording), has one problem that is really annoying and should be a simple fix: The music at the end cuts off sharp. I feel like I'm thrust into a suspenseful movie right at the end of a meditation. The 12 step course has a beautiful fade out, I don't know why these don't. So, I just repeat the course steps and don't use the other modes.

2. I've also seen the meditation hot streak reset or not register a session for no reason.

3. Lastly, I really like the sliding bar you rate your mood with before and after each session, but there's no way to access that data later. Where does it go? Seems like a waste not to be able to see a line graph or something of all those mood ratings.

I still recommend the app! I can tell they're coming from such a good place, and I learned how to meditate more effectively for free because of their generosity.

MarineBiker51 ,

Terrific App

Don’t look any further than this app if you want to learn to meditate effortlessly and have deep meditation. I’ve had decades of experience with meditation and during that time explored and practiced many different techniques, and nothing exceeds this for what it promises. Excellent guidance during each of the 12 steps explaining what may happen during your sessions. There are lots of FAQs to address issues and concerns you may have. Options are available for how long you want to meditate for, and whether you want background music to play or not. Whatever you choose each session gives guidance at the beginning of your sessions to lead you into proper practice as well as guidance into ending meditation. It’s like sitting with an expert who is always there to ensure good practice is established and maintained. 5 stars aren’t enough. I salute whoever came up with this, and am grateful they aren’t looking to exploit people who think they have to pay a lot of money in order to learn an effective technique. Don’t waste money on anything else when you can get the best there is for free.

Donger92 ,

I like this better than headspace

I’ve been using headspace for over a year and wanted to give this a shot after researching mantra meditation. I would like to preface this with the fact that I’ve only been on this app for 6 days. There are some clear and subtle differences between the meditation promoted in headspace and 1GM:

1) “gently return after noting” vs “effortlessly return”: I find that the latter (1GM) prevents me from experiencing tension while the former (headspace) seems to almost ask me to put an effort to return to my breath even if my mind wants to explore the distracting thought a little more. In 1GM, it’s perfectly okay to let the emotions and thoughts play out. Headspace, although not quite explicit in it, has a more judgmental attitude to these thoughts and emotions. These two phrases are further elaborated upon in the respective apps.

2) “breath” vs “mantra”: sometimes the breath isn’t enough to keep me grounded because of the mental activity in my brain. The mantra helps me center that residual mental activity further as I synchronize the mantra with my breath.

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