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Expanding the reach of mindfulness throughout the world by providing an educational framework and a comprehensive approach for both mindfulness students and teachers.

Hello and Welcome!  We’re Here 

to Help You Live a Happier,

Healthier, More Purpose-

Filled Life.

Unified Mindfulness is a system of meditation, designed by Shinzen Young, that’s easily researchable by science with clear terminology and rigorous precision around concepts and procedures. A direct result of this research and precision is that the process of learning and teaching mindfulness has been thoroughly systemized in a way that makes it accessible to anyone interested.

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

The UM system is a comprehensive, robust and refined support structure that any individual at any stage of meditation practice can rely on to go deeper in their insight and their ability to share it with others. UM is also a secular form of meditation, which means it’s not religious in any way, so anyone, of any faith, can do it.

Just 10 minutes a day is really all you need to start enjoying all the tremendous (and research-supported) benefits that a mindfulness practice will bring into your life.

Ready to Try Unified Mindfulness for Yourself?

Take our free, 10-part introductory “CORE” training course here.

10 CORE Video Modules:

  1. Introduction to Unified Mindfulness
  2. Sensory Experience
  3. Restful States
  4. Gone
  5. Concentration Power
  6. Sensory Clarity
  7. Equanimity
  8. Noting
  9. Labeling
  10. Choosing an Object of Focus

10 Self-Paced Quizzes

Each Module Has Group Discussion For Q&A

Bonus Lesson: “See, Hear, Feel”

  • Video Instruction
  • Quiz
  • Group Discussion

2 Bonus Guided Meditation Audio Downloads:

  • “Feel, Feel Rest, Gone” Technique
  • “See, Hear, Feel” Technique

Meet the Unified Mindfulness Faculty…

Shinzen Young is the official teacher training platform for Shinzen and the Unified Mindfulness System.

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.  

The Unified Mindfulness system is a comprehensive, robust and refined support structure that any individual at any stage of meditation practice can rely on to go deeper in their insight and their ability to share it with others. It is also a secular form of meditation, which means it’s not religious in any way so anyone, of any faith, can do it.  Read more about Shinzen here…

Julianna Raye

Founder & Head Trainer @ Unified Mindfulness

Julianna received her BA in psychology from Duke University. As founder, president, and head trainer of Unified Mindfulness, she is dedicated to disseminating Shinzen Young’s comprehensive mindfulness meditation system through the creation and presentation of educational programs and teacher-training certification programs.

Julianna is devoted to deepening people’s understanding of research-supported mindfulness and empowering anyone to guide others in its practice. She has been training individuals and groups in the Unified Mindfulness system for nearly two decades. Julianna is also a founding member of Brightmind Meditation, LLC—the developer of the Brightmind mindfulness app.

In addition to her work at Unified Mindfulness and Brightmind Meditation, Julianna creates onsite and online mindfulness trainings for corporate clients through the Flourishing Leadership Institute; delivers keynotes; privately coaches executives, leadership, celebrities, and entrepreneurs; and leads group trainings for company leaders aiming to support preventative health care and improve the work environment through mindfulness meditation. In these roles, she delivers specific mindfulness strategies tailored to the individual’s or company’s needs.

With more than 100 weeks of immersive silent retreat training in both the mindfulness and Zen traditions, Julianna has completed over 12,000 hours of formal practice. Along the way, she has participated in a number of studies, including a study at UCLA comparing long-term meditator's brains with those of non-meditators, and a workplace research study at Carnegie Mellon University carried out under noted mindfulness researcher David Creswell, PhD.

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Don McCormick, Ph.D.

Director of Education

Dr. McCormick currently serves as director of education at Unified Mindfulness.

In 1975, he received a B.A. in psychology from the University of California Santa Cruz, where he was part of Dr. Elliot Aronson’s research team that examined cooperative approaches to reducing interracial conflict and academic performance problems in newly integrated school, and made Honors in Psychology, College Honors, and Thesis Honors. In 1985, he received a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.

As a pioneer in the fields of workplace mindfulness, critical management studies, and spirituality in the workplace, Dr. McCormick co-conducted, with Dr. Jeremy Hunter, the first peer-reviewed research on mindfulness in the workplace. He has published more than thirty journal articles and book chapters.

Dr. McCormick began his meditation practice in the early 1970s, studied mindfulness meditation with Stephen Levine in the late 1970s, and began studying mindfulness meditation with Shinzen Young in 1985. He taught in the Ph.D. Program in Organizational Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology and then joined the liberal studies faculty at Antioch University, where he taught Psychology of Religion. In 1991, he began teaching about mindfulness and continued this pursuit while serving as a professor at the business schools of the University of Redlands and California State University–Northridge.

Dr. McCormick was awarded by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management for his work in the White House Department of Organization Development and the National Institutes of Health. He has been a consultant, researcher, and instructional designer for Mercedes Benz, American Red Cross National Headquarters, Kaiser Permanente, and AIDS Project Los Angeles. As a community organizer, he co-created an activist organization that advocated for psychiatric patients’ rights and was appointed to the Santa Cruz County Mental Health Advisory Board.

Dr. McCormick cares deeply about teaching and has a strong interest in teaching methods that are supported by scientific research. He is particularly excited about using scientifically supported teaching methods in the Unified Mindfulness programs.

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David Creswell, Ph.D.


Dr. Creswell serves as a tenured associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. He is also the director of the Health & Human Performance Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University.

In 2000, Dr. Creswell received his bachelor’s degree in psychology, with distinction (cum laude), from Colorado College. He received his master's degree in social psychology in 2003 and his Ph.D. in social psychology—with minors in health psychology, quantitative measurement, and psychometrics—in 2007, both from the University of California (Los Angeles). From 2007 to 2008, Dr. Creswell served as an NIMH Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology (School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles).

Dr. Creswell’s research focuses broadly on understanding what makes people resilient under stress. Specifically, he conducts community intervention studies, laboratory studies of stress and coping, and neuroimaging studies to understand how various stress management strategies alter coping and stress resilience. For example, he is currently working on studies that test how mindfulness meditation training impacts the brain, peripheral-stress physiological responses, and stress-related disease outcomes in at-risk community samples. Dr. Creswell also explores how the use of simple strategies (self-affirmation, rewarding activities, cognitive reappraisal) can buffer stress and improve problem-solving under pressure.

Dr. Creswell has made some recent research forays into other areas, such as in describing the role of unconscious processes in learning and decision making, developing new theory and research on behavioral priming, and building a new field of health neuroscience.

Dr. Creswell's work has been published in general science, health psychology, social psychology, neuroscience, and medical journals. He was recognized in 2011 as a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science, and in 2014 received the American Psychological Association Early Career Award for his scientific contributions to psychology.
Dr. Creswell utilizes the Unified Mindfulness system in his research.

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Dr. Stella Marrie

Director of Continuing Education at Unified Mindfulness

Stella is a psychologist, professor, and Zen practitioner. She became a formal student in 2008 in the Soto Zen tradition. She teaches courses in mindfulness based psychotherapies and the psychology of
compassion at the Union Institute & University. She also co-facilitates a family program and young adult program at Shao Shan Temple, in Woodbury Vermont. Her interests are in the integration of dharma
practice and meditative awareness in the psychotherapeutic relationship and process.

Stella is Chair of the BA program is psychology at the Union Institute & University. She is on the faculty of the Vermont Institute for the Psychotherapies. She maintains a clinical practice in central Vermont.

David Vago, Ph.D.


Dr. Vago serves as the research director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine and the director of the Contemplative Neuroscience and Integrative Medicine (CNIM) Laboratory at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is an associate professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the Department of Psychiatry.

Dr. Vago is also a research associate at the Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory (FNL), Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), Harvard Medical School. He has completed postdoctoral fellowships in neuroimaging and mind-body medicine, as well as the Stuart T. Hauser Research Training Program in Biological and Social Psychiatry. He has previously held the position of senior research coordinator for the Mind & Life Institute and is currently a Mind and Life Fellow, supporting the Mind and Life mission by advising on strategy and programs.

In 1997, Dr. Vago received his bachelor’s degree in brain and cognitive sciences from the University of Rochester. In 2005, he received his PhD in cognitive and neural sciences with a specialization in learning and memory from the Department of Psychology at the University of Utah. Dr. Vago’s research interests broadly focus on utilizing translational models to identify and characterize neurobiological substrates that mediate psychopathology with an aim to better predict outcomes and potential biologically based diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for those suffering with mental illness and chronic pain.

Through mixed research methods of systems biology, neuroimaging, predictive computational modeling, connectomics, genomic and neuroendocrine science, innovation, and cognitive-behavioral and first-person phenomenological analyses, Dr. Vago focuses on one basic question: What are the basic neurobiological and physiological components that constitute adaptive mind-brain-body interactions and their therapeutic relevance in psychiatric settings? He has a number of ongoing research initiatives, including Mapping the Meditative Mind, in which he has partnered with contemporary meditation and yoga teachers as well as scholars to investigate states of meditation across the spectrum of formal meditative expertise. He has also collaborated with Shinzen Young and used the Unified Mindfulness system with significant success in several of these endeavors.

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Jeremy Hunter, Ph.D.


Dr. Hunter serves as associate professor of practice and is the founding director of the Executive Mind Leadership Institute at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University. He also serves as visiting professor at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, where he developed and co-teaches the Leading Mindfully executive education program.

Dr. Hunter received a BA in East Asian studies from Wittenberg University in 1994, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, and received an MPP from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government in 1996. In 2001, he received a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago (Department of Psychology, Committee on Human Development) under the direction of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, author of "Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience."

Dr. Hunter has more than a decade’s experience helping leaders to relentlessly develop themselves while retaining their humanity in the face of monumental change and challenge. His work redefines and enhances productivity by cultivating quality of mind. He created and teaches The Executive Mind, a series of demanding and transformative executive education courses dedicated to Drucker’s assertion “You cannot manage other people unless you manage yourself first.” He also teaches mindfulness for corporate clients in the Executive Education program at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

Dr. Hunter's work is deeply informed by more than twenty years of experience with Asian contemplative practices and by the experience of living day-to-day for seventeen years with a potentially terminal illness, and when faced with the need for life-saving surgery having more than a dozen former students come forward as organ donors.

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Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D.

Coordinator of Professional Education

Dr. Eisendrath serves as chief psychologist and president of the Institute for Dialogue Therapy, P.C., where, as a Jungian analyst, she offers psychotherapy with individuals and couples, psychoanalysis, supervision, and training.

Dr. Eisendrath also serves as clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the Medical College of the University of Vermont, where she teaches and supervises psychiatric residents; clinical faculty and founding member of the Vermont Institute for the Psychotherapies, where she teaches and supervises mental health professionals; and member of the Special Task Force on Psychoanalysis and Spirituality, Division 39 of the American Psychological Association. She previously served as president of the Vermont Association for Psychoanalytic Studies and clinical supervisor for pre- and post-doctoral interns at the Norwich University Counseling Center.

In 1969, Dr. Eisendrath received an A.B. in English, with distinction (summa cum laude), from Ohio University. She received her M.A. in psychology and mythology in 1974 from Goddard College, her M.S.W. in clinical social work from Washington University in 1977, and her Ph.D. in developmental and counseling psychology in 1980 from Washington University, under the direction of Jane Loevinger, Ph.D.

As a psychologist, Jungian psychoanalyst, and author who teaches and writes directly from her own experience and practice, Dr. Eisendrath has published fifteen books and numerous chapters and articles, and her work has been translated into more than 20 languages. Her forthcoming books are "True Love Ways: Relationship as Psycho-Spiritual Development" and "Enlightenment and Idealization: Buddhists and Psychoanalysts Talk About Disillusionment on the Path to Awakening." She also hosts the nonprofit Enlightening Conversations Series, which sponsors conferences between Buddhist teachers and prominent psychoanalysts.

Dr. Eisendrath became a Zen student of Roshi Philip Kapleau in 1971, has been a student of Shinzen Young since 1998, and is a mindfulness and dharma teacher in the tradition of Shinzen Young. She says, "I regard the practices of mindfulness and compassion to be necessary for authentic development in psychotherapy and spiritual practices of any kind.”

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Marcello Spinella, Ph.D.


Dr. Spinella has served as professor of psychology at the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Stockton University since 1999. His research focuses on neuropsychology, biological psychology, positive psychology, prefrontal systems, self-regulation, executive functions, neuroeconomics, altruism, mindfulness, and Buddhist psychology.

In 1992, Dr. Spinella received a B.A. in psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. In 1999, he received a Ph.D. in neuropsychology from the City University of New York Graduate Center and served as a clinical neuropsychology resident at the Center for Head Injuries, JFK Medical Center.

Dr. Spinella discovered meditation at the age of 18, gleaning what he could from the limited books and resources available. Although he had a limited understanding of meditation, he nonetheless had the sense that there was something of great potential there. It wasn’t until he encountered Shinzen Young’s teachings around 2005 that he gained a greater sense of the practice and noticed dramatic changes in himself for the better.

It wasn’t long before his meditation practice and professional training started to intermingle and inform each other. Dr. Spinella has been teaching Shinzen Young’s mindfulness meditation system for nine years to university students and people in the local community. It has been a deep source of satisfaction to guide people in discovering this practice and reaping its benefits.

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Continuing Education Courses for Psychologists and other Mental Health Professionals

Earn 15 Continuing Education (CE) credits while completing our one-of-a-kind, flagship training program.  Click here for more information.
“Neurodharma:  An Introduction to Embodied Awakening”
With Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Julianna Raye, and Guest Shinzen Young
Click here for more information.
“Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, and Self-Transcendence:
How Mindfulness-based Practices Transform the Brain”
with David Vago, Ph.D.
Click here for more information.
“How Do Mindfulness Interventions Work”
with David Creswell, Ph.D.
Click here for more information.
“Your Self-Transforming Future:  What Leaders (and Everyone Else) Need to Know About Mindfulness”
With Jeremy Hunter, Ph.D.
Click here for more information.

3 Essential Skills to Rewire Your Brain For Happiness

Concentration Power

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

Sensory Clarity

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


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

Learn the Unified Mindfulness System

Start Here…the CORE training program

It’s Everything You Need to Start a Life-Changing Mindfulness Meditation Practice

• 100% FREE…(Always & Forever!)
• Virtual, Online & Self-Paced on Our Cloud-Based Learning Platform
• 10 CORE Video Modules
• 10 Quizzes
• Bonus Lesson: “See, Hear, Feel”
• 2 Downloadable Guided Mediation Audios


See Hear Feel MasterClass

Take A Deep-Dive Into The See Hear Feel Technique With Shinzen Young & Julianna Raye

Learn the “How To” of Meditation with UM’s Highly-Adaptable Approach and Bring Mindfulness Practice into Your Daily Life, Anywhere…at Anytime.

• Finish With A Mastery Of The “How To” Of Meditation Practice That Few People Have
• SHF Gives You Tools To Take Your Practice Into Daily Life
• Integrate SHF With Any Exiting Meditative Technique

Learn More About the SHF MasterClass


Using Music to Get Mindful

Combine your favorite music with powerful U.M. techniques and become happier, healthier and more mindful throughout your entire day.  You’ll learn the…

• “Hear Music” Technique
• “See Music” Technique
• “Feel Music” Technique
• “Flow and Go” Technique
• “Relax into Music” Technique
• “See Hear Feel the Music” Technique

Learn More About Resonate

The Unified Mindfulness Private Group Coaching

The Heart of the UM Community

As the official teacher training platform for Unified Mindfulness, we have a very unique opportunity to provide a private support environment where students, teachers-in-training and senior facilitators come together to help and support each other. It’s a place to learn, share and deepen your own practice…while you gain confidence teaching others, 24/7.  The UM Private Group Coaching also includes…

• Live, WEEKLY group coaching calls with UM Coaches
• New guided meditation sessions daily. The “Daily 10’s” are live-streamed videos designed to support your own daily practice while introducing you to new techniques within the UM system
• The Daily 10’s digital archive.  So the moment you join the group, you’ll have hundreds of 10-minute guided practices – covering an enormous range of UM techniques – on-demand and at your disposal
• And much more…

Learn More About the UM Private Group Coaching


The First Step in the Full U.M. Teacher Certification Program

Take your own mindfulness practice to new heights by learning how to introduce mindfulness meditation to the people in your life.  Because when you learn how to effectively teach, you become a better student.  Foundations is…

• Perfect for people at all levels of experience and all stages of practice
• A natural part of your personal mindfulness journey
• Created for anyone who’d like to share mindfulness meditation with others
• A 100% online, cloud-based, interactive and self-paced learning experience
• A 30-Hour training program that includes a Certificate of Completion

Learn More About Foundations


The Second Step in the Full U.M. Teacher Certification Program

Designed to support your development as a teacher and your mastery of the Unified Mindfulness system in many different ways. As the next step beyond Foundations, Pathways is a 12-week training program in which you work directly with senior UM facilitators to learn to teach mindfulness in ways that meet the individual needs of your clients. Pathways…

• Starts with 12 weeks of live, weekly classes via virtual classroom with video conferencing
• Finishes with an 8 weeks practicum in which you’ll be teaching your own class under direct supervision of your instructors
• A rich learning experience, with an intimate class size where you’ll form life-long bonds with like-minded members of the UM community.

Learn More About Pathways

The Science of Enlightenment: How Meditation Works

By Shinzen Young

Hardcover – September 1, 2016

“Enlightenment”—is it a myth or is it real? In every spiritual tradition, inner explorers have discovered that the liberated state is in fact a natural experience, as real as the sensations you are having right now—and that through the investigation of your own thoughts, feelings, and perceptions you can awaken to clear insight and a happiness independent of conditions.



is all it takes to start a sustainable & life-changing meditation practice. Why not start yours TODAY?

Professional Resources

What is Mindfulness?

Shinzen Young

What pops into your head when you hear the word “mindfulness”? After nearly half a century of practice, teaching, and research in this field, here’s what comes up for me.  When I hear the word mindfulness without further qualification, I don’t think of one thing. I think of eight things.  READ MORE →

Is Mindfulness Good for Business?

Jeremy Hunter

It can transform your relationship with yourself, with other people, and with the pressures of the modern world, but…is mindfulness good for business? Many of us know firsthand that the knowledge economy values how well we use our minds more than how many things we make each hour. It’s ideas we need.  READ MORE →

Mindfulness Training Reduces Stress at Work

Chin, B., Slutsky, J., Raye, J., &  Creswell, J. D.

In a randomized controlled trial, Chin, Slutsky, Raye, & Creswell (2018) compared employees of a North American digital marketing firm who completed a one-day mindfulness workshop (low-dose), with employees who completed the same workshop, followed by six weeks of further mindfulness training (high-dose).  READ MORE →

Mindfulness Training Reduces Loneliness and Increases Social Contact

Lindsay, E. K., Young, S., Brown, K. W., Smyth, J. M., & Creswell, J. D.

Loneliness (feeling alone) and social isolation (being alone) are a growing public health concern, as they are known risk-factors for poor health. Research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Lindsay et al., 2019), extends evidence that mindfulness interventions can improve social-relationship processes, by examining the mechanisms underlying such improvements.  READ MORE

Randomized Controlled Trial Shows the Role of Mindful Acceptance in Lowering Stress Reactivity

Lindsay, E. K., Young, S., Smyth, J. M., Brown, K. W., & Creswell, J. D.

Research published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology has shown accepting present-moment experience, over and above simply monitoring it, to be an essential component of stress reduction.  READ MORE →

Mechanisms of Mindfulness-Based Pain Relief

Zeidan, F., & Vago, D. R 

Mindfulness-based pain relief shows promise as a supplement, or alternative to drug treatments.  Given the prevalence of chronic pain, and the use of opioids for pain relief, this approach may help to reduce treatment costs and the risks of drug dependence.  In their review, Zeidan & Vago (2016) found the mechanisms of mindfulness-based pain relief to be distinct…  READ MORE

Mindfulness and Addictive Behaviors

Marcello Spinella, Sara Martino, Christine Ferri

In the past few decades there has been increasing interest in the use of mindfulness-based techniques as therapeutic strategies. Prominent in the clinical research literature are studies showing the utility of mindfulness-based…  READ MORE →

Mindfulness in the Workplace: An Exploratory Study

Jeremy Hunter, Donald W. McCormick

This paper examines the effects mindfulness meditation has on people’s work lives. In it, we present an analysis of interviews with eight managers and professionals who have a meditation practice. This exploratory study is designed to generate hypotheses about a new topic in the management research literature… READ MORE →

Unified Mindfulness…

Built with Science

Engineered For Everyone

Our Unified Mindfulness Coaches…

Marcy Crawford

Melissa Armstrong

Steve James

Chris Trani

Chad Frisk

Marilyn McLaughlin

Christian Straka

Bob Chiang

Julie Burch

Nicoya Helm

Ricardo Sasaki

Rosalie Bostick

Brent Oliver

Patrick Mohr

Renee Anthony Dee

Ron Russell

Eduardo Zambrano, Ph.D.

Natasha Undermoore

Eliko Ozeki

Natalie Knospe

Cynthia Lunine

Ben Bassett

John Watson

Robert McClure

Donald Woodside

Fred Pitt

Dr. Marc-Antoine Landry

Michelle Morris

Elif Celebi

Paula England

Madhusree Dasgupta

Vivian Hermiz

Campbell Miller

Meg Salter

Laela Aishin Leonard

Jim Grabb

Chris Phillips

Jess Lewis

Michael Hoffman

Juan Sanguesa

Henna Haravuori

Annette James

Erin McCarthy

Chris DiMeglio

Henry Anderson

John Murphy

Marge Gugerty

Kerri Twigg

Ian Marling

Jessica Lipman

Thomas Roberts

Andrew Lenards

Tim Harrell

David Turner

Tanya Mahar

Deborah Salazar Shapiro

Pez Owen

Michael Holt

Arun Gopal

Mark Schroeder

Uday Khedkar

Gigi Falk

Kara Braun

Leslie Hannah

Bill Tullock

Cory Wilson

Cedric Reeves

Stephen A. Villaescusa

Who Uses Unified Mindfulness?

The U.M. Community Includes…

Chôshin Blackburn

Chade-Meng Tan

James Valentine

Rick Hanson

Stephanie Nash

Bill Duane

Dorry Golden

Todd Mertz

Harold Abilock

Christian Stiller

Hal Elrod

Michael Taft

Jon Berghoff

Blake Ashley

Soryu Forall

Nina La Rosa

Ann Buck

Daron Larson

Sabine Heggemann

Frances Brown

Jeff Warren

Scot Lowry

Mark Pirtle

Chris Trani

Diane Hubner

Emily Lindsay

Jon Vroman

Meg Salter

Rakhel Shapiro

Christopher Zobrist

Danny Morris

Victor Shiryaev

James Maskalyk


Unified Mindfulness…


unifying all contemplative traditions within one
rigorously-precise, scientifically-based, yet highly- flexible system.


Learn It…Teach It

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UM-HUB LLC and Unified Mindfulness LLC encourage the wide dissemination of the teachings of the Unified Mindfulness meditation system developed by Shinzen Young.

We encourage coaches, teachers, trainers, and others of the Unified Mindfulness meditation system to attribute the teachings (e.g., skills like Concentration, Clarity, and Equanimity and signature techniques such as See, Hear, and Feel) to the Unified Mindfulness meditation system and/or Shinzen Young. Through his Unified Mindfulness system, Shinzen has contributed something novel to the field that deserves to be acknowledged. So, thank you in advance for finding ways to do that.