Mindful in May
Mindful in May | Dr Elise Bialylew teaches the science and spirituality of mindfulness
Mindful in May is the world’s largest online mindfulness meditation and fundraising campaign, due to start in a few weeks time. This program is more vital than ever in 2020 with the world experiencing the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Elise Bialylew is the Founder behind the program. She’s a woman on a mission and is incredibly passionate about mental resilience and helping others move towards a better quality of life.
The Mindful in May program provides access to the world’s best experts who focus on building mental resilience. Those involve commit to 10 minutes of meditation per day, while also raising funds for the years dedicated project or charity.
Over the last eight years, Mindful in May has taught over 40,000 people to meditate while raising $800,000 to bring clean, safe drinking water to the developing world. Due to the unprecedented and catastrophic bushfires in Australia, this year Mindful in May’s fundraising efforts will be directed toward this cause.
The participants this year will have access to global experts in well-being, mindfulness and the brain, climate change, including John Kabat Zinn, Kelly Mcgonical and many more. Along with many leading experts, Mindful in May 2020 has also had the support of ambassadors such as Magda Szubanski and partners such as Google HQ in Silicon Valley.
“Mindfulness is a form of attention training that can be done through meditation, that helps us to optimize the functioning of our mind so that we can reduce the stress and suffering and be more present to the good times.“
— Elise Bialylew, Mindful In May
Mindful in May | Elise Bialylew
Mentioned in conversation…
What is the difference between Mindfulness and Meditation
The science behind the effectiveness of mindfulness
The benefits of Mindfulness
The myths and obstacles to meditation
Elise’s story in bringing Mindful in May to life