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Top 13 Podcasts on Mindfulness To Listen To in 2024

Developing a meditation practice can be difficult to do on your own. For those that are seeking to create a meditation ritual, mindful meditation podcasts can be a great tool.

Today I’ll be sharing some of the best podcasts for meditation, but first let’s dive a little deeper into meditation itself.

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Why You May Want To Start Mindful Meditation

There are several reasons why someone would want to start a meditation practice. The value of mindfulness meditation means a positive change in our daily lives. Which one(s) do you identify with?

  • Health benefits: There are several benefits of meditation, especially where your health is concerned. Creating a mindfulness practice through meditating affects everything from your physical, emotional, and mental health. Some of those benefits include improved sleep, reduced stress, and reduced panic attacks.
  • Connect spiritually: Meditation can also be a great tool spiritually to connect to a higher power, center yourself, and even have a spiritual awakening.
  • Time to refresh/reset: For help connecting yourself to the present moment, meditation can be a big help in everyday life. Meditation can be your safe space where you let go of all the daily stressors and focus on simply being.
  • Meditation interests you: You could have in interest in meditation and ready to create a daily practice of meditation.

Now that you know your why and understand the benefits of mindfulness, let’s find your new favorite mindful meditation podcast.

The 13 Best Mindful Meditation Podcasts

In this list of the best mindfulness podcasts you’ll find a variety of different speakers who all have one goal, helping you add meditation to your daily routine. I’ll also be sharing a little information about each of these meditation podcasts.

That way you can find the one(s) that fit your lifestyle best. You should be able to find all of these podcasts wherever you like to listen to them, Apple Podcast, Spotify, or another podcasting app. Let’s get started!

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Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

Dan Harris was a journalist and co-anchor for Good Morning America. His mindfulness journey began after he had a panic attack live on air one morning. After making some changes in his life and discovering meditation and Buddhism, Dan went on to write the book 10% Happier, as well as create the podcast.

On the podcast he has interviewed meditation teachers, top scientists, also celebrities, and even the Dalai Lama. This podcast publishes new episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Tara Branch

In Tara Branch’s podcast she delivers a weekly guided meditation, along with talks about topics that blend Western psychology and Eastern spiritual practices.

You’ll find topics about the value of mindful meditation, the importance of self compassion, and more. Tara is also an author to the bestselling book Radical Acceptance and True Refuge.

Mindfulness Meditation Podcast from the Rubin Museum of Art

This unique podcast brings meditation teachers on each week to do a guided meditation that is inspired by a piece of art in the Rubin Museum of Art. Rebecca Li, Michel Pascal, Kimberly Brown, and Lama Aria Drolma have all been on the podcast to record a weekly meditation session.

The Mindfulness Meditation podcast is also recorded in front of a live audience. The podcast is well-rounded because it includes an opening talk and a 20-minute meditation session.

Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode is hosted by Bruce Langford. Undoubtedly, this is the perfect podcast for entrepreneurs, executives, CEOs, teachers, and even parents.

Multiple times a week you’ll hear from business experts and entrepreneurs on different topics like mindfulness, happiness, and meditation. The goal throughout is to help you be more relaxed, be happy, and live in the moment.

Calm The Bleep Down

This podcast helps you discover the benefits of meditating. If you prefer video, Calm The Bleep Down also offers YouTube versions of their podcast. They cover topics like the breath and body scan, pushing past resistance, and more. You’ll also find meditations about gratitude, acceptance, and being in the present, among others. 

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Wake Me Up Podcast

This podcast is the perfect addition to your daily life. It’s a daily podcast featuring a combination of affirmations, meditation, mindfulness, yoga, and motivation. The Wake Me Up  episodes are short, so you can fit them in even on the busiest of mornings.

The Daily Meditation Podcast

Hosted by certified meditation and yoga teacher, Mary Meckley, The Daily Meditation Podcast provides short daily meditations. As far as mindful meditation podcasts go, this is a must-hear.

Each one is part of a weekly theme designed to help you sleep better, manage anxiety, and improve mental focus. Some of the previous weekly themes have been, Building Resilience, Healthy Habits, and Navigating Change.

Hay House Meditations

In this weekly podcast you’ll hear from a different author each week. Some past episodes have included Kimberly Synder, Dr. Darren Weissman, and Denise Linn.

You’ll find topics like health, healing, overcoming fears and blocks, among others on this podcast. If you came looking for good meditation results then you are in the right place listening in.

The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute is hosted by Meryl Arnett. In this podcast she helps listeners understand what meditation is and how to do it. You’ll hear conversations with authors, meditation teachers and more as they dive into topics like mindfulness, dreams, creativity, emotions, and more.

The Morning Ritual

If your goal is to create a morning ritual around meditation then this is a great podcast to help you do that. The Morning Ritual Podcast is hosted by Lilly Balch.

Each week you’ll get either a new meditation or a talk with a guest about topics like mindset, self-talk, business, and more.

Meditation Minis

Hypnotherapist Chel Hamilton hosts this podcast. In Meditation Minis she proves that you don’t need to take a lot of time out of your day in order to meditate.

Most of the podcast episodes/mindful meditations are under 10 minutes and so make good quick sessions of meditation. These meditations center around important topics which include sleep, gratitude, confidence, and more.

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Mindful In Minutes

Hosted by Kelly Smith, Mindful in Minutes provides weekly podcast episodes. The meditations are 20 minutes or less and also cover topics like emotional healing, self love, and manifestation.

These topics will help you if you struggle with particularly stressful issues. These include topics like anxiety, insomnia, and self-esteem.


The Untangle podcast brings on thought leaders, authors, psychologists, neuroscientists, nutritionists, mindfulness teachers, business pioneers and more. This weekly podcast host is Patricia Karpas.

They discuss topics like sleep, finding your purpose, and of course meditation. When considering a well-rounded source of meditation and wellness, you’ll find it here.

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best mindful meditation podcasts

Final Thoughts on Mindful Meditation Podcasts

On our journey to create a better and healthier self we have so many avenues to explore. We want to remember the transformative resource that podcasts offer.

Whether seeking guidance on meditation practices or information about what it is, you have many options at your fingertips. What mindful meditation podcast will you be listening to first? Let me know in the comments.

About the Author

Kelly Clark

Kelly graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Journalism. Even though it took her a little while to find her career path, she was always meant to be in Communications. She remembers writing poems and songs when she was a little girl and pitching to my parents the reasons why I should have a cell phone when I was a teenager. She currently has a blog ( where she talks about her weight-loss journey, mental health and personal development. Her hope is to encourage and inspire readers and let them know they are not alone. Reading blog posts like that are what helped her in tough times and she wants to pay it forward. She loves dance fitness, listening to music, and creating layouts in her bullet journal. She's a big fan of planning, especially when cute notebooks and pens are involved. Her dream job has changed so much over the years; right now she'd love to co-own a dance studio.