Do you feel as Kylo Ren but want to be as exuberant like Yoda?
Let the power — and also the new Headspace Star Wars collaboration bring you joy.
Yes, the Fourth of May will be here again for another year. That means you can celebrate like you’re in the galaxy far from home. Perhaps, with the new meditation tools, you can be meditating as if you’re a jedi, and then sleeping to the sounds of porgs.
It’s a popular choice for meditation and mindfulness, Headspace has teamed up with the Star Wars franchise to commemorate the most significant date that is available to the fans of the space-opera sagaensure that everyone is calm, cool and composed while doing it.
If you’re looking for ways to reduce stress and relax, these are the meditation exercises and sleepcasts that you’ve been looking for.
Starting on the 4th of May on Wednesday,What else? The one-to-five-minute breathing exercises include cute animated clips that include Yoda, Chewbacca, R2-D2 and the BB-8.
In the Yoda-led workout you’ll be able to focus as you watch an X-Wing lift off. For the Chewie version you’ll travel to the planet he grew up on, Kashyyyk and then you’ll use your breath to bring the forest to life. The R2-D2 workout will have the adorable robot blinking when you breathe recharge, then resetas well as the BB-8 one will get it going similarly.
(Notice it’s not C-3PO isn’t in the list, since the droid doesn’t have the ability to make any person relax.)
Are you looking to get rid of the dark side with sleepcasts? There are three options available that all make use of iconic sounds you’ve come to recognize in Star Wars. Star Wars movies. “X-Wing Voyage” is pretty straightforward and takes the viewer on a trip through all of the Star Wars galaxy with one of the eponymous vessels, and taking you to a different planet for every chapter.
In Tatooine Sunset, you’ll be able to focus on that specific planet, examining everything from its vast dunes and sands to its farms for moisture.
Through the Islands of Ahch To you’ll be able to fall asleep in the very initial jedi Temple. If you’ve watched Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens You’ll recall that it was the location Luke Skywalker went in his solitude. You’ll also hear the sound of porgs. Sure, you will.
To enjoy all of this it is necessary to sign up with Headspace and it’s running an exclusive 30-day trial for free starting on Wednesday 5 May. This is, in fact, the an answer to the question that you’ve never said: “help me Star Wars-themed Headspace content.” you’re my only hope in getting some happiness.”
To get access to Headspace’s latest Star Wars content from Wednesday May 4, go to the site or application.
Image top: Star Wars: Episode IX – the Rise of Skywalker. (c) 2019 and TM Lucasfilm Ltd.