Join the world’s biggest online meditation movement for the month of May


After two years of unprecedented challenges – lockdowns, chronic uncertainty, home-schooling, ongoing stress – life is starting to return to normal. However, after such trauma, many of us need to re-energise and rebuild. Mindfulness meditation is a science-backed tool that can help reduce the impact of stress and build greater resilience.

Mindful in May — the online global mindfulness campaign that teaches thousands of people each year to meditate — is returning in 2022, with the program commencing on 1 May at Mindful in May

Mindful In May invites beginners to experience a month of mindfulness and experienced meditators to deepen their practice – with ten minutes of meditation every day for the month of May – while contributing to making the world a better place.

Raising Funds

Now celebrating its 10th year, Mindful in May has raised over $1.02M USD for charity: water, bringing clean drinking water safely to over 31,000 people who need it most in developing countries.

Participants receive access to world-class education and a meditation support kit, developed by Mindful in May founder Dr Elise Bialylew and the 2022 line-up of global experts and renowned leaders like Tara Brach – a leading global meditation teacher; Anna Lembke – the author of Dopamine Nation (featured on Netflix’s Social Dilemma); David Creswell – professor of psychology with a focus on resilience; Bruce Perry – New York Times no. 1 bestseller and endorsed by Oprah; Laura Markham – a conscious parenting expert, and Rhonda Magee – focused expert on racial justice.

“We need tools that help us achieve a sense of calm and manage our big emotions more than ever before,” says Dr Elise Bialylew.

“Mindfulness cannot remove challenges from our lives, but it is a simple and scientifically-proven practice that reduces stress and improves energy. It is one practical and powerful thing you can do today to change your life for the better.”

The Mindful in May online program is supported by Monash University research that demonstrates that just ten minutes of daily meditation can improve focus, self-compassion and emotional regulation, and decrease stress.

Mindful In May provides a step-by-step, science backed toolkit including daily motivational emails, guided meditations, exclusive video teachings with global experts, and access to an online global community to help support each other in making meditation a habit for life.

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