Mindful in May

Unapologetically Surviving is participating in Mindful in May, the world’s largest online mindfulness meditation and fundraising campaign. It’s a one-month program featuring exclusive in-depth interviews with world leaders in the field of meditation and wellbeing, who each share their latest scientifically-backed, cutting-edge insights to help you flourish.

In times like these, we really can’t afford to lose our mind. Spend a month training your mind through Mindful in May and step into greater calm. Check back each Monday, beginning April 13 through May 25, for a short article on mindfulness and meditation.

Mindful in May Articles

12 Ways to Show Love to Yourself Today

A Lesson on Being Supported by Others

4 Ways to Practice Mindful Motherhood

5 Scientific Benefits of Mindfulness Meditation

4 Ways Mindfulness Enhances Your Happiness

Overcome Your Social Media Addiction with Mindfulness

How to Mindfully Manage a Tantrum

Free Short Course
Every year in May, thousands of people all over the globe commit to meditating for 10 minutes a day through an online program called Mindful in May. To kick off the global Mindful in May campaign, the founder, Dr Elise Bialylew, is offering a FREE 3 days to mindfulness training program to help you establish a meditation habit and give you a taste of what’s to come this May. Elise will be joined by Kelly McGonigal, a mindfulness expert and professor of psychology at Stanford University. Over the three days you will learn important mindfulness tools, including:

  • How to make meditation a daily habit

  • How to ease your stress and worry

  • How mindfulness meditation can transform your brain for the better

  • How to increase your sense of purpose and happiness

  • How to find patience and self-compassion with yourself to help you stay on track with goals

The program runs from 20 March – 20 April. Click here to register for free.

Interview with John Kabat Zinn
To kick off the global Mindful in May campaign, founder Dr Elise Bialylew is offering FREE access to one of the 16 expert interviews featured in the program: Dr Elise Bialylew in conversation with Jon Kabat Zinn.

Jon Kabat Zinn is a leader of the mindfulness movement in the West, professor of medicine emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and author of numerous books, including Full Catastrophe Living, Wherever You Go There You Are, and Coming to Our Senses.

Join Dr Elise Bialylew and Jon Kabat Zinn as they discuss practical tips to find inner calm, here.