Do you want to make a difference in the lives of millions of people in developing nations, all while giving yourself the gift of mindfulness? Did you know that 1 in 9 people don’t have access to clean drinking water? That’s insane! The non-profit organization Charity Water has been raising money, of which 100% goes to digging wells in these developing nations. You can read about their success here. Consider this great opportunity to give and receive something of great value by joining the Mindful in May challenge. Here’s how it works:
1. Register for the 31-day mindfulness program, which is filled with not only daily guided meditations, but access to interviews, videos, and articles to help you establish a regular mindfulness practice. You can register as an individual or as a team for $30 (that’s less than a dollar a day, folks).
2. Share your challenge on social media and ask your friends and family to sponsor you to raise money for this cause.
3. Meditate like a boss! And feel good that you are not only giving yourself a life changing gift, but you are supplying millions of people in developing nations with clean, fresh drinking water!
The Mindful in May e-course is a top notch program. The meditation audio tracks are great in and of themselves, but you also get access to interviews with meditation experts like Kristen Neff, Tara Brach, and Sharon Salzberg. You also get tips, motivational coaching and support, articles, and even a handy meditation journal to keep track of your progress.
If you’re looking to begin a mindfulness routine, this program provides all the support you’ll need. Plus, you’ll be raising money for many underprivileged people across the globe to have access to one of the most basic human necessities: WATER. How awesome is that!
“Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity”. –Pema Chodron
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