The Do Nothing Project

The Do Nothing Project Live Broadcast

The world is filled with so many interesting things!  People doing stuff, going places, making things happen. It’s all very exciting.

This is not about any of that.

Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics – North Carolina

Think of this Friday to Sunday weekend retreat as “Being Human School.” It’s a relaxed and practical distillation of some of what meditators have been learning for 3,000 years. There will be meditation, and movement, and interpersonal connection. Also. there will be jokes.

Winter Reset Jungle Retreat

A meditation and movement retreat in the Osa Peninsula in southern Costa Rica. This is absolutely a retreat for adventurers. We are only talking 20 people, and only those excited at the prospect of hikes and jungle exploration.

Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics – California

Think of this Friday to Sunday weekend retreat as “Being Human School” – California edition. It’s a relaxed and practical distillation of what meditators have been learning for 3,000 years. There will be meditation, and some movement, and human connection. Also there will be jokes.

Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics – New York

Welcome to the Meditation Retreat for Fidgety Skeptics, where it doesn’t matter how many techniques and paths you’ve neurotically screwed up – in this workshop, we start again fresh. A fun and rigorously humanistic weekend of meditation exploration that never-the-less gets bat-shit mystical at the end, because, frankly, that’s where the fun is.

How to Guide Meditation: A Training and Retreat

The world is crazy.  Meditation is sanity. The intention of this five-day residential retreat is to empower everyone – including people not remotely interested in becoming a “teacher” –  to think about and care for their own mental health and the mental health of others. The retreat format means participants will have an opportunity to do their own meditating, thus bringing personal insights back with them into the collective learning.

How to Guide Meditation: A Weekend Workshop

The world is crazy.  Meditation is sanity. The intention of this weekend training – co-facilitated with my friend Julianna Raye – is to empower everyone – including people not remotely interested in becoming a “teacher” –  to think about and care for their own mental health and the mental health of others.