Life can be so stressful—it really helps to have places where you can learn techniques to help manage the stress and become more compassionate towards yourself and others. Especially for atheists, agnostics, and the nonreligious, it can be helpful to be able to do that in a non-religious, non-proselytizing, science-friendly atmosphere with great, supportive people.
Join the Humanist Mindfulness Group — a supportive group of people who help each other use meditation and mindfulness practices to reduce stress, clear our minds, calm our emotions, and enhance our compassion – for a special introduction to Humanist meditation and mindfulness.
Interested in Humanist mindfulness and meditation but can’t make this session? The Humanist Mindfulness Group meets regularly on Tuesday evenings, 7pm at 12 Eliot Street.