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Hello and Welcome!  We’d Like
to Help You Live a Happier,
Healthier, More Purpose-
Filled Life.  So Look
Around and See How.

Our system is used by leading institutions like Harvard and Carnegie Mellon for their research on meditation.

Just 10 minutes a day is all you need to start enjoying all the wonderful things that a daily meditation practice will bring into your life.

Google, Apple, AOL, Aetna, Disney, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, and thousands of other enlightened companies have established mindfulness practices for their employees.

Over 30 million Americans meditate. Ready to join us? The truth is there’s a fun and easy way to get a rock-solid daily practice in the next 30 days. We’re here to show you how.


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Who Designed Unified Mindfulness?

Created over 50 years of research and testing by Shinzen Young, Unified Mindfulness is a system of meditation that’s easily researchable by science, with clear terminology and rigorous precision around concepts and procedures.

UnifiedMindfulness.com is the official teacher training platform for Shinzen and the Unified Mindfulness System.  Our mission is to expand the reach of mindfulness throughout the world by training competent and qualified teachers in the Unified Mindfulness System.  Read more about Shinzen here…

Who Uses Unified Mindfulness?

Meet Some Of Our Community…

Chôshin Blackburn

Chade-Meng Tan

Polly Young-Eisendrath

David Creswell

Julianna Raye

Jeremy Hunter

Ann Buck

Bill Duane

Stephanie Nash

Nina La Rosa

Daron Larson

Michael Taft

Jon Berghoff

David Vago

Soryu Forall

Christian Stiller

Rakhel Shapiro

Hal Elrod

Sabine Heggemann

Frances Brown

Jeff Warren

Scot Lowry

Mark Pirtle

Chris Trani

Diane Hubner

Shelly Young

Jon Vroman

Danny Morris

Don McCormick

James Valentine

Emily Lindsay

Victor Shiryaev

James Maskalyk

Todd Mertz

Harold Abilock

Rick Hanson

Meg Salter

Janusz Welin

Blake Ashey

Christopher Zobrist

You

Unified Mindfulness…

Built with Science

Engineered For Everyone

Every Meditation Style in One System.  How?  Read On…

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Concentration Power

The ability to focus on what we choose at any given time.

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Sensory Clarity

The ability to track and explore our senses in real time.

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Equanimity

The ability to allow our sensory experience to come and go, without push and pull.

Because We Like To Write About Mindfulness Too…

April 11, 2017

Mindfulness and the Zen of Negative Thoughts

November 21, 2015 in What is Mindfulness, Home-Recent Posts

Unified Mindfulness vs. Transcendental Meditation (TM)

Since Transcendental Meditation is a popular style with some notable celebrity followers, like David Lynch, people often want to understand the difference between Ultra Mindfulness and TM. First I’ll tell you that there is no “right way” to practice meditation, other than the way that works for you…

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March 20, 2015 in What is Mindfulness, Home-Recent Posts

What Is the Mental Screen?

The Mental Screen is the place where you detect images in your mind. It’s located directly in front of or behind your closed eyes. You may not have considered that there is a home base for all the image activity that happens in your mind but it’s pretty natural and easy to detect.

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November 28, 2015 in What is Mindfulness, Home-Recent Posts

How to Find a Comfortable Meditation Posture

As crazy as it sounds, one of the most important aspects in developing a successful meditation practice is learning how to sit! Choosing a comfortable position is a crucial component in attaining a truly peaceful state.

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April 1, 2015 in What is Mindfulness, Home-Recent Posts

Mindfulness Meditation for the Monkey Mind: Noting and Labeling

Among the greatest challenges of mindfulness meditation or any meditation training is getting lost in thought. Some call it monkey mind, or chatter. But rather than trying to get thinking to go away, we use it as part of our practice, to develop our skills. So you don’t have to worry if you’ve got a distracted mind…

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DAY…

…equals the length of time it takes to start a sustainable & life-changing meditation practice. Why not make today YOUR day?

Unified Mindfulness…

Unifying all contemplative traditions with one
scientifically based and highly flexible system.

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