Headspace's first Netflix show actually taught me something new about how to meditate

March Mindfulness is Mashable's series that examines the intersection of meditation practice and technology. Because even in the time of coronavirus, March doesn't have to be madness.
This is one show Netflix doesn't want you to binge.
Or actually, scratch that. Netflix probably doesn't care one way or the other how you consume the Headspace Guide To Meditation , the first of three series from the wellness startup juggernaut to debut on the streaming juggernaut. This is, after all, a company whose CEO once said its biggest competition is sleep . 
But its creators care. Headspace cofounder Andy Puddicombe — a Buddhist monk turned meditation teacher — radiates the exact level of sincere, gently evangelistic energy that makes you actually want to listen when someone's extolling the virtues of something, in this case meditation, that totally changed their life. Which is fortunate, as he's the affable voice of this series as well as Headspace's eponymous, super-accessible meditation app . And as he'll keep reminding you, you'll get the most out of meditation if you come back to it regularly — so there's no need to rip through all eight episodes in one sitting. Read more... More about Netflix , Headspace , March Mindfulness , Entertainment , and Movies Tv Shows

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