Humankindness starts with mindfulness
When you pause to reflect, you see the bigger picture of your life and your relationships. This opens the door to a better understanding and a greater appreciation of those around you. Use these tools to form a deeper connection with others and enjoy the proven health benefits it can bring.
Discover mindful meditation
Focused breathing doesn’t just reduce stress. It can make us more present for the moments that fill our days and for the people we’re with.
Reflecting on Worry, a Guided Meditation
Today we will reflect on the experience of worry and what has helped us face worry before. We will be asking together: “What have I done in the past to experience some sense of calm in the midst of worry?”
Reflecting on Hope, a Guided Meditation
Building the story that shapes our hope is an ever unfolding process, so we can be patient. We can find our calm.
Feast Your Eyes
Getting the most out of life starts by noticing what’s around you.
Get In The Groove
It’s easy to get worked up, but it’s just as easy to calm down—especially when you make it a regular practice.
What Matters Most
You can brighten your life by making time for loved ones—they don’t always need much from you.
Human connection promotes trust and well-being.
Paying attention to our loved ones and the world around us instead of our phones builds trust and promotes feelings of well-being.
Let’s spend less time on our devices.
Less screen time can lead to better academic performance, healthier weight, and better work-life balance. So let’s put down our devices and spend more time together.
Because less screen time can save face.
Not looking up from our devices can get us into trouble. Building a healthy habit of time off from your phone can be beneficial—and it could help you save face.