Give me 4 weeks, I'll give you changes for life!
In the meantime...
Check out these Free Resources from The Mind Life Project
BEGINNERS MINDFULNESS MINI GUIDE
mindfulness for beginners webinar
4 Steps to Creating More Focus, Productivity & Calm with Mindfulness Meditation Even if You’ve Never Meditated Before.
SNEAK PEEK: THE HAPPINESS PLAN
Transform your mind and life in just ten minutes a day.
An accessible, science based, ten minute a day mindfulness meditation guidebook to greater happiness and less stress in daily life.
Get access to the first 20 pages of Dr. Elise Bialylew's book, The Happiness Plan.
FREE MEDITATION: 21 MINS TO RELAXATION
Curious about mediation? Join Dr. Elise Bialylew for a guided mindful meditation.
In 2019, Mindful in May:
- Raised over $130,000, which will provide water to over 2600 people for life.
- Welcomed thousands of people into the Mind Life Project community for the first time.
- Had over 50% of past students returning to the program.
- Interviewed 14 leading mindfulness experts from around the world.
- Provided over 14 hours of mindfulness learning and 5 hours of guided meditations to students.
- Connected like-minded people in a safe online forum.
And we can't wait to do it all again in 2020!
Go on the waitlist to join us next May
for the 1 month meditation challenge where you'll learn from world leading meditation teachers and wellbeing experts.
MINDFUL IN MAY BEGINS IN:
THE POWER OF PRESENCE ONLINE COURSE
Reduce Stress, Release Overwhelm, and Reset your life. An online mindfulness meditation course inspired by Mindful in May, featuring global leaders in mindset and wellbeing.
BECOME A MIND LIFE PROJECT MEMBER
Our Year long home for mindfulness training and resources. Registrations open May 2019. Get on the waitlist to find out about early bird registration.
Watch a sneak peak into this interview with Elise Bialylew, founder of Mindful in May and Daniel Goleman
WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS SAY about Mindful in May...
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“Being guided through mindful in may to meditate for ten minutes is very doable in this busy life and you still get the benefits…”
I think Mindful in May is fabulous! Anything that promotes peace of mind and benefits people who are in need at the same time is a brilliant idea. I am prone to shocking anxiety and meditation has really helped with that. I just passed my 300 day mark since I started meditating regularly with Mindful in May. That really kick started it for me — consistency has always been my problem. Being guided through Mindful in May to meditate for ten minutes is very doable in this busy life and you still get the benefits
- Magda Szubanski
“The content is fantastic, I was worried I would get lost in it being a beginner but I’ve been so engaged and got a lot out of each one.”
I have found greater calm, an awareness of myself & those around me and a space to clear my mind when days are stressful. I’ve loved & appreciated your guidance, the guided meditations have been great and the interviews have been so informative & valuable. The content is fantastic, I was worried I would get lost in it being a beginner but I’ve been so engaged and got a lot out of each one. I like to know how things work, so the approach has been brilliant.
- Melanie Duve
“By bringing mindfulness into my daily routine, I have seen significant improvements in my overall wellbeing”
I confess I was a cynic about meditation and mindfulness. But after my husband died suddenly in 2014, and I was confronted with night after night of terrible insomnia, when a friend suggested I give mindful in may a go I thought “what have I got to lose in committing 10 minutes a day to something?” and the charitable element of the project meant that someone out there had something very big to gain! What I found was that far from losing anything, I gained back not just the capacity to sleep but also an awareness of the extraordinary power in mindfulness and meditation to promote both good physical and mental health. My sleep improved, symptoms of a chronic physical health condition improved and I felt more alert and capable to deal with the craziness of everyday life. Using the Mindful in May’s practical and accessible programming provided me with not just a daily mindfulness tool but also an awareness of the scientific research that provides the evidence for it. By bringing mindfulness into my daily routine, I have seen significant improvements in my overall wellbeing.
- Fiona Grimwald
“I think the daily practices made a big difference to my wellbeing and enabled me to reduce my anxiety...”
I signed up for MIM 2015 without quite knowing what to expect exactIy. I had started meditating at work with some colleagues, but it was only a weekly practice. I think the daily practices made a big difference to my wellbeing and enabled me to reduce my anxiety (in particular work-related). I found that I was looking forward to that quiet time in my sometimes hectic days. The meditation tracks were great – my favourite is the breath and sound meditation. I use this technique by myself very often – in the train on my way home from work for example. And I really liked the interviews. Whilst I couldn’t quite keep up with them (there are a lot), I have since watched all but 2 I think. They are extremely informative and inspiring. Unfortunately life just tends to get in the way and I am really looking forward to MIM 2017 for a renewd daily dose of inspiration, quiet and energy.
- Katia Bratieres
about the HOST AND FOUNDER OF MINDFUL IN MAY AND THE MIND LIFE PROJECT:
DR ELISE BIALYLEW
Elise Bialylew is author of bestselling book, The Happiness Plan and founder of Mindful in May, the world’s largest online global mindfulness fundraising campaign that teaches thousands of people each year to meditate, while raising funds to build clean water projects in the developing world. A doctor trained in psychiatry, turned social entrepreneur and mindfulness expert, she’s passionate about supporting individuals and organisations to develop inner tools for greater wellbeing and flourishing, and offers workshops and training at The Mind Life Project. Her work has featured in the Huffington Post, New York Times, and on Australian Television.
"If we wish to be healthy, happy and clear-minded, we need to upgrade our “inner technology”of attention to meet the demands of our increasingly complex world. That's where mindfulness comes in.."