how to gift the meditation challenge
Click the link below, and when prompted to fill in the account information, please fill in the information based on the person receiving the gift. This means, use their first and last name and email address.
You will also be asked to select a password. Please make note of the password you choose, you will have to send it to the person you are enrolling.
For payment, use your own billing information. Once the payment goes through, the person receiving the gift will receive a confirmation email welcoming them to the challenge.
Now is a good time for you to send the recipient of your gift a quick message (e.g., email, text) with the password you set so they can sign in to the Meditation Challenge.
**If you would like to gift the challenge to more than one person, you will have to log out in between each account setup. To do this, visit the Meditation Challenge page and click the “Meditation Challenge Account Information” button at the bottom of the page. Then, you will see a link to “logout”.
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about the 2019 mindfulmarch challenge
As part of MindfulMarch, we are offering a 31 day Meditation Challenge to support you in cultivating greater awareness, compassion, resilience, acceptance. These unique and accessible meditation practices are designed for beginners and for those who have been practicing for years using four themes:
WEEK 1: Awareness
Immerse yourself in the present through meditations using the breath as an anchor, mindful walks, body scans, and more.
WEEK 2: kindness and compassion
Bring understanding and kindness to our experience through meditations that explore our connectedness, foster loving-kindness, work with with difficult emotions, and more.
WEEK 3: Resilience
Build resilience through meditations for observing your inner critic, reducing stress and anxiety, working with habitual reactions, and more.
WEEK 4: acceptance
When you acknowledge the reality of any moment, letting go of ideas about how things “should” be or how you wish they were, you are practicing acceptance. Practice acceptance through meditations on non-judgmental awareness, and more.