Gaia: Streaming Consciousness

Gaia: Streaming Consciousness

By Gaia

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2014-02-27
  • Current Version: 4.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 154.41 MB
  • Developer: Gaia
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 21,942 App Reviews)
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Gaia: Streaming Consciousness App Ratings: 5
Based on 21,942 App Reviews

Gaia: Streaming Consciousness App Details

Stream thousands of videos to fuel the pursuit of your highest potential. Gaia presents the world’s best teachers and luminaries to guide you on your path with yoga, meditation, spiritual growth and alternative perspectives. We are dedicated to finding and creating exclusive, informative, and enlightening video programming not available through mainstream media. With your subscription, enjoy unlimited streaming of exclusive and original programming, inspiring films and documentaries, and yoga classes taught by the masters. Use an existing login or purchase an auto-renewing subscription with your iTunes account to get access to Gaia (7-day free trial, $9.99/month, or $99.99/year). A single account grants you access to Gaia on supported devices, TVs, and the Web. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's ITunes Account Settings after purchase - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period For more information on our terms of use and privacy policy, please visit:


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App Reviews

  • Gaia is the best!

    By Spiritme
    I wish everyone would watch Gaia TV. The world would be a better place!
  • Love it

    By Rclabaugh
    I debated getting Gaia for a long time. I canceled my audible & Netflix to get Gaia. I enjoy it so much. It’s very informative & educational. I love it!
  • App needs work

    By cesinLA
    Love the content, but the app lacks. 1. Please fix it so when you’re watching content and close the app, it remembers where you left off. It NEVER does so we have to check the elapsed time- which is almost transparent compared to Total time (which is white text). Please PLEASE make both white. And make the app remember where we last played. Every other video playing app does. 2. Ditch the ‘viewer heart’ marking. People are able to ‘favorite’ a spot in a video like it’s some kind of social media. No. Completely unnecessary.
  • Thank you Gaia!

    By Marvelousmarley
    I absolutely love this app! I have been learning something new every single day and becoming more and more aware of my being!
  • DMT

    By tamitulip
    I wondered how I talked to Jesus during prayer one time and I do mean literally he just showed up literally in my house while I was crying in despair during a very lengthy prayer when I was questioning him why was he persecuting me so for ten long years? There he was in my living room in an altered reality thanks to dmt! amazing!
  • Unmet potential- 2.5 stars

    By Brendan227
    At about two months in, the app is great as a platform but the content is pretty unsatisfactory so far. In the app, I love the ability to save videos for offline viewing. The format is easy to navigate. It's not perfect but very close. However the real reason I'm reviewing is to throw this out for potential subscribers... It's great if you want yoga videos. But to me, the vast majority of the other content is equivalent to the C grade (generous) documentaries you'll find for free on YouTube. Most videos are outdated, poorly produced, and lack much substance. I can think of one popular series where some doofus unconvincingly BS-es his way through "personal experiences" that the interviewer peculiarly knows more about. Others revolve around regurgitated topics we've all seen before- usually featuring people who seem closer to a delusional disorder than the supernatural. I'm absolutely open to non-traditional ideas but the amount of science, psychology, and more evidence-based concepts is unbelievably underwhelming. It makes me wonder if everyone behind Gaia are all wearing tinfoil hats and/or are catering to an extreme fringe of out-of-touch hippies. As a shareholder I know Gaia is growing so I haven't given up hope. But good Lord, I can't in good conscience recommend this to friends knowing YouTube has much better content right now. Take advantage of free trials before you go all in
  • Stupid

    By Sheklestine
    I’m not paying to hear but jobs talk about a stupid subject
  • Amazing!

    By cjejfjsk
    What I’ve been searching for! Thank you!
  • Love it!

    By Loves mesmerizes
    Thank you so much Gaia!
  • Easy to follow

    By Winda_V
    Though I’m not that flexible, the moves are easy to follow.