10 minutes? Sounds affordable ha? I loved the concept and the basic explanation he gives us to reach the mindful state in this busy times. Andy asks “When is the last time you did absolutely nothing for 10 whole minutes? Not texting, talking or even thinking?” Even I was listening this talk while having dinner! Have to get to live the moment and I pretty sure my meals would taste way more better 😉
Mindfulness expert Andy Puddicombe wants to make meditation accessible to everybody: for a happier, healthier you. You may watch the Ted talk he gave which will give you the idea and its usefulness.
Most people assume that meditation is all about stopping thoughts, getting rid of emotions, somehow controlling the mind. But actually it’s … about stepping back, seeing the thought clearly, witnessing it coming and going.” (Andy Puddicombe)
After watching the talk I wanted to research more about this amazing guy and visited his website at Get Some Headspace. It gave me a whole new experience on meditation and new content which were explained by amazing animation videos. It really opened my soul and captured my attention to dig deep to find out what he has to offer.
I came to understand that Andy has created some awesome meditation teaching series while will ease up our life’s and gear up the learning curve of meditation. So I took the Take 10 programme which is designed guide us through 10 day meditation process. few minutes back before starting to write this post I completed the 1 day and the experience was one of the best ever moments I experienced while meditating at my crib. I would highly encourage you all to check it and I can assure it won’t let you feel bad about the 10 minutes you invest on doing so. I’m going to continue the 10 days and within the nest few days planning to subscribe for other advanced teachings.
At on of the Huffingtonpost healthy way living articles Andy explains the best time to meditate. He is called “The Mind Man,” weighs in on the topic in the video below. Watch, then let us know in the comments section when you like to practice and how you feel after a session.