Help create more compassionate and thriving 9-12th grade classrooms while also enhancing or developing your own personal mindfulness practice. This special Mission Be program provides you with an interactive opportunity to learn how to bring transformative and sustainable mindfulness lessons to your students.
The Mission Be modules are ...Learn More
Are you ready to break free of the mindless patterns that keep you from realizing your full potential?
After exploring the alignment of spiritual teachings with scientific findings, Due Quach (pronounced Zway Kwok) created the Calm Clarity Program by integrating neuroscience and spiritual wisdom to rewire the brain for genuine self-act ...Learn More
Learn to shift your awareness and return to your true nature in the midst of daily life.
Basic mindfulness begins by calming, focusing, and observing your mind. With this more advanced, yet simpler practice of effortless mindfulness, you learn to move immediately into open-hearted, awake awareness at any time throughout your day. Throu ...Learn More
This workshop is also offered October 14-19.
Are you ready to be proactive about your health and well-being? Do you want to acquire new tools for living with more strength and resilience, and support your clients and patients to do so, too?
Integrating Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) practices into your life is a sho ...Learn More
The practices of mindfulness, contemplative education, and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) are now being widely explored in schools throughout the United States and other countries. Extensive research has shown that mindfulness practices and SEL decrease stress, attention deficit issues, depression, anxiety, and hostility in children, ...Learn More
Schools worldwide are turning to mindfulness and social and emotional learning as antidotes to rising stress, emotional dysregulation, and attention deficit. Research shows that students and teachers in school systems that have adopted mindfulness are happier, more focused, more compassionate, and less impacted by stress. What school woul ...Learn More
Integrating Mindfulness-Based Social & Emotional Learning Into K-12 Schools
This yearlong training serves the growing need for educational leaders to be better equipped to integrate mindfulness-based social, emotional, academic, and ethical learning into schools and school systems worldwide. With leaders in the fields of education, ...Learn More
As the times continue to change, in often surprising and troubling ways, how can we deepen our practices of self-care and understanding, and also work with others with compassion and mindfulness?
In this contemplative retreat and workshop, we gather to create space for sitting together, in difference and in struggle, as we build our ca ...Learn More
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an innovative group program designed to prevent relapse in people who have recovered from unipolar depression and has been shown to have transdiagnostic application across a number of mental health conditions. Based on the research of Drs. Zindel Segal, John Teasdale, and Mark Williams, and do ...Learn More
Mindfulness is often spoken of as “the heart of Buddhist meditation.” However, its essence is universal. As the Theravadan monk and Buddhist scholar, Nyanaponika Thera, put it in his classic work, The Heart of Buddhist Meditation, mindfulness is the unfailing master key for knowing the mind, and is thus the starting point; the perfect ...Learn More
Under the leadership of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, colleges and universities nationwide have integrated contemplative practices into a variety of their courses—from literature to physics to architecture. These practices include yoga, contemplative reading and writing, mindful listening, and other practices that cultiv ...Learn More
Practice is at the heart of mindfulness, whether we are aiming to decrease suffering, teaching meditation, or trying to understand its scientific underpinnings. Before we can take any of these steps, we must explore what suffering is on an experiential level.
As we develop our ability to see the causes of suffering, we learn to bear wi ...Learn More