Celebs like Kristen Bell and Gwyneth Paltrow meditate every morning, right before indulging in an organic green juice and a bathing in a tub of coconut oil. As nice as that shit sounds, who the fuck has the time or the patience? If there happens to be a day where I have a few minutes to spare in the morning, I’ll usually take the extra time to stare at my eyebrows in an LED-lit cosmetic mirror or like, watch some Tasty video titled “Oreo fudge cheesecake balls in thirty seconds.” The important things in life.
So when we watched a video on The Huffington Post about Beditation, we actually looked into it. It turns out Beditation is a real thing, and it’s literally just meditating in bed. The basic idea is to lie down, close your eyes, and practice a few minutes of mindfulness and peace. So….. basically falling asleep.
Oh, and it gets better. Apparently a company called Highly Meditated launched an app last week called “Beditations.” This isn’t a joke. You basically download the app and listen to guided meditations that are supposed to make you feel “more present,” “happy and healthy,” and “uneasily thrown off by life’s obstacles.” Sounds a lot like a drug some guy offered me at Gov Ball.
If we had to guess, we’d say Beditation is probably one of those weird crazes that people will get over faster than they got over Dubsmash videos or the phrase “bye Felicia,” or like, Kris Humphries.