Being human takes practice.

Get short reflections on meditation, practice, and the baffle-wonder-challenge of somehow existing. Includes three videos on how to kick-start your meditation practice, and several badly-timed jokes.

On Sundays, people from around the world join me for a live meditation and hang out. Or they watch it later. It’s fun (ish). It’s community. Nothing really happens. 

Here, with characteristic low production values, I explain the essence of the Do Nothing Project.

Where to Begin?

Funny image of an early explorer
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