Former Buddhist monk and co-founder of the Headspace meditation app, Andy Puddicombe, shares the science behind and the benefits of meditation in Headspace Guide to Meditation on Netflix. Through this animated series, viewers can learn practical techniques that can help them incorporate mindfulness into their daily life. Bonus? There is a guided meditation at the end of each episode.
Where to Watch Headspace Guide to Meditation
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How Many Episodes Are in Headspace Guide to Meditation?
There are eight episodes in Headspace Guide to Meditation. The runtime of the episodes averages between 18-24 minutes. You can check the complete list of Headspace Guide to Meditation episodes and their release date below.
- “How to Get Started”: January 1, 2021
- “How to Let Go”: January 1, 2021
- “How to Fall in Love with Life”: January 1, 2021
- “How to Deal with Stress”: January 1, 2021
- “How to be Kind”: January 1, 2021
- “How to Deal with Pain”: January 1, 2021
- “How to Deal with Anger”: January 1, 2021
- “How to Achieve Your Limitless Potential”: January 1, 2021
What Are the Critics Saying About Headspace Guide to Meditation?
Headspace Guide to Meditation does not yet have an official critics rating but has an average audience score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. The series also has a user score of 8.4/10 on IMDB.
Brad Newsome from Sydney Morning Herald writes, “Fortunately, former Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe and his soothing Bristol accent are here to take the pressure of… Well worth checking out.”
Decider’s Joel Keller says, “Provides some interesting techniques to help you incorporate meditation into your life, even if it’s more a podcast than a streaming series.”
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Is Headspace Guide to Meditation Suitable for Kids?
Headspace Guide to Meditation is rated TV-G, which means it is suitable for viewing by audiences of all ages.