Headspace | Meditation | Changing Perspective

June 27, 2020

Learning how to meditate means accepting that our minds won’t go quiet the moment we sit and close our eyes. So if we can’t just clear the mind on-demand, how are we ever going to relax? In this animation Headspace co-founder, Andy Puddicombe likens the practice of meditation to sitting by the side of a road, with instructions to watch the traffic. How do we stop ourselves getting caught up with the thoughts? It’s a question of perspective.

If you enjoy this animation, and you’d like to learn how to meditate, you can get started for free, by downloading the Headspace app.

Learn to meditate in a few minutes a day with the Headspace app. It delivers guided meditations based on teachings that Andy Puddicombe, Co-founder of Headspace, learned during the ten years he spent studying meditation and mindfulness in monasteries across Asia.

The first series, Basics, is completely free. As the name suggests, it will teach you the basics of meditation and mindfulness. After that, via subscription, Headspace offers hundreds of hours of guided meditations on subjects ranging from Stress to Sleep. Themed meditation packs are supported by a host of animations.

Along with daily meditations, Headspace also offers On-The-Go exercises for users short on time and SOS sessions to support subscribers in those meltdown moments.

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  • Is it just me or do these videos seem TOO short

    h novs June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • This really was a great way to put it

    Jessica R June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • I've been meditating for 6 months now and i'll admit it didn't do anything to my happiness, but it did greatly increase my productivity and ability to make good choices.

    Will June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • 0:50 how every single car has a funny different animation…

    Sam June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • this is perfect thank you

    Haliimaao June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • i love this app
    i enjoy his voice
    i enjoy her voice

    Black Skyy June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • This is the only channel of meditation that I actually listen to

    M o モロモロ L o June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Downloaded the app and it’s 😉!

    Aung Ko June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • this was weird

    Joel Stratton June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Why Mindfulness needs Meaning (and no shilling for headspace here!)
    Mindfulness, for all its undeniable virtues, can nonetheless be boring, as ‘acting non-judgmentally in in the moment’ cannot inhibit the basic human need to perceive future novel and positive outcomes. But one can indeed act non-judgmentally and still pursue singular and meaningful ends, and not only extend daily mindfulness, but enhance positive affect to boot. The procedure is easy, simply follow your usual mindfulness protocols, and simultaneously pursue or anticipate pursuing meaningful behavior (e.g. cleaning house, writing poetry, exercise, etc.). Do this continuously for standard sessions of a least a half hour and chart your progress. You will be more pleasurably alert, engaged, and incented to continue being mindful. Neurologically, this is due to ‘opioid-dopamine’ interactions, or the fact that mindfulness induces a state of deep rest, which is pleasurable due to the induction of opioid activity in the brain. Meaningful activity on the other hand induces dopaminergic activity, which is felt as a state of alert arousal. Opioid and dopamine neurons are located proximally in the midbrain, and when both are simultaneously activated can also co-stimulate each other, resulting in enhanced feelings of arousal and pleasure. Indeed, when rest is accompanied by highly meaningful behaviors (creating art, athletic prowess), pleasure and alertness are highly accentuated, resulting in ‘peak’ or ‘flow’ experiences.
    So there is my procedure and prediction, which of course you can prove or falsify for yourself, give or take an hour!

    (and best of all, no need here for web apps, books, seminars, or lessons. The best things in life, and lessons in life, should be free!)

    This interpretation is based on the work of the distinguished neuroscientist Kent Berridge of the University of Michigan, a leading theorist on emotion and incentive motivation, who was kind to vet the work for accuracy and endorse the finished manuscript.
    Berridge’s Site

    I offer a more detailed theoretical explanation in pp. 47-52, and pp 82-86 of my open source book on the neuroscience of resting states, ‘The Book of Rest’, linked below.

    Meditation and Rest
    from the International Journal of Stress Management, by this author

    AJ MARR June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • This is the best ..most important one about meditation.

    No Idols June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Cars representing feelings

    Sadie Robey June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • 🎀🎀🎀 Thanks for the video. I discovered Mindfulness last year, I follow several channels that talk about its practice and there is a book by "Kristin Neff" that in amazon is in various formats. 100% recommended, but in the times we are living now. 🎁 You can check it out here >>> https://amzn.to/2ULWHPy
    Blessings for all 🙏🙏🙏

    Top5Hiking June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Great video

    YourboySudeep June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • This video in particular really really changed the way I think about Meditation.

    minimalmayhem June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • There was this one ad and I was half asleep and what the guy said like let your thoughts go crazy and then when he wanted it to stop it stopped

    21 Yeet June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • I thought this was dumb ways to die

    Jayson Figueroa June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • No offense but that's a terrible metaphor.

    The Bone Man June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Laughing a lot. That s me running trying to stop the cars

    Camila Medeiros June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • The thing about meditation is that it helps to see the thoughts clearer, which for me, means to see all the chaos and dark thoughts better. I still do it because it calms me down and helps me manage stress.

    Voiiden June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Sincere gratitude…
    God bless you..
    It's an amazing video to practice mindfulness…
    It's brilliant!Again sincere gratitude

    sangeetha muthanna June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • I love headspace animations, they are amusing and light and always teach you something and leaves you with a smile.

    justour way June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply
  • Wait so is eliminating your feelings bad cause I try to do that

    Your local potatoe June 27, 2020 2:37 pm Reply

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