Welcome to The Mindfulness Movement –
the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of secular, science-based mindfulness
Join the Movement to create a healthier, happier world by using mindfulness to:
Whether you’re just discovering mindfulness or have been practicing for years, we’ll provide you with resources to learn new ways of bringing mindfulness to your life, your relationships, your community & the world.
It’s all about making more moments matter in your life!
Our #1 resource is the inspiring & informative new feature length documentary including leading mindfulness experts
In select US & Canadian theaters beginning in Spring, 2020.
Special premiere event March 26 in New York City including Q&A with experts from the film!
Location & ticket information coming soon.
Also stay tuned for worldwide online premiere details later in 2020.
Excerpts from the Film
“The way I define Mindfulness is paying attention to our present moment experiences with openness and curiosity and a willingness to be with what is. It's a quality of attention that we can have at any moment whether we're walking down the street or talking to a friend or eating or brushing our teeth. We can bring that quality of awareness to our experience.”
Diana Winston, Director of Education, UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center
“Every time you put your mind on your breath and then it wanders, that's what the mind does, and you notice it wandered and then you bring it back, you're strengthening the neural circuitry for paying attention. This is quite a parallel with going to the gym and lifting weights. Every time you lift that weight, every repetition strengthens that muscle just a little bit more.”
Daniel Goleman, Psychologist, best-selling author of “Altered Traits,” “Emotional Intelligence” & more
“There's no moment that's not a wonderful moment for mindfulness. And it offers us degrees of freedom so that we can navigate the inevitable ups and downs of life.”
Jon Kabat-Zinn, Founder, The Center for Mindfulness, UMass Medical School
“Mindfulness isn't just to get relaxed and to be calm, it's really about cultivating wisdom so that we eradicate or alleviate suffering.”
George Mumford, mindfulness teacher & Author of “The Mindful Athlete”