Andy Puddicombe





Andy Puddicombe


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Andy Puddicombe, born September 23, 1972, is the founder of Headspace; an award-winning[1] digital health platform that provides guided meditation sessions for its users. A former Buddhist monk with a degree in Circus Arts. According to The Times, he is also considered the "international poster boy for the modern mindfulness movement".[2] As both author and public speaker,[3] Puddicombe is known for his simple, accessible and secular approach, which has led to over 1 million users of the Headspace platform. The New York Times claims "Puddicombe is doing for meditation what Jamie Oliver has done for food". (source: Wikipedia)

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Get Some Headspace: How Min...

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THE HEADSPACE GUIDE TO MEDI...

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The Headspace Diet

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The Headspace Guide To...A ...

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How Mindfulness Can Change ...

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Headspace: Voor een hoofd v...

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Mon cours de méditation

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“When it comes to meditation, though, the goal and the journey are the same thing.”
Andy Puddicombe, Get Some Headspace: How Mindfulness Can Change Your Life in Ten Minutes a Day

“It required a presence, a brutal honesty to put something out there and see what happens. Sometimes it was inspired and the thrill was exhilarating, other times it was painful and the result was humiliating. But somehow it didn’t matter. What mattered was going out there and doing it, not thinking about it, not worrying what others might think, not even being attached to a particular result, just doing it.”
Andy Puddicombe, Get Some Headspace: How Mindfulness Can Change Your Life in Ten Minutes a Day

“¿Te has dado cuenta alguna vez de cuánto énfasis ponen algunas personas en la más pequeña dificultad de sus vidas, y qué poco reflexionan sobre sus momentos de felicidad?”
Andy Puddicombe, MINDFULNESS ATENCIÓN PLENA



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