Contact and Resources

Speaking and Teaching

Please use the form at the bottom of this page if you have a meditation-related question, or you’re interested in booking me for a speaking or teaching engagement. I have a “Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics” workshop and talk that I’ve rolled out to different audiences, from police officers to Google executives to random assemblages of curious humans.  I love doing these.

See my event calendar if you’re interested in attending one of my other workshops, classes, or retreats.

One-on-One Teaching

For folks looking for individual guidance, I prefer working with groups, but I do run a free live weekly community sit on my YouTube channel – called The Do Nothing Project – for all those near and far. I try to answer questions there, and our community is growing.

For more personalized one-on-one instruction, I have a network of teachers I recommend that includes Avi Craimer,  Jude StarEmily and Vincent Horn, and my own teacher Shinzen Young, who hosts a super helpful Home Practice Program one weekend a month at little cost. Shinzen’s main facilitator Julianna Raye has a mindfulness training program for students and would-be teachers here.

There are also many good meditation apps out there. Insight Timer is free. 10% Happier – the one I’m on – is excellent, professionally curated with guided meditation videos from some of the best teachers in North America. Their monthly subscription fee includes live support from a team of experienced meditation instructors.


Meditation can be empowering and healing. So can community and social support. You learn tips from others, and just hanging out with an open-minded group of fellow explorers can make life better. I do this virtually via the Do Nothing Project, and live at the occasional drop-in class, and in Toronto, at the Consciousness Explorers Clubs (CEC). The CEC does a great summer retreat in that anyone can come to – contact us to get on our list.

I also wrote a free “Community Practice Activation Kit” for the CEC that is all about encouraging people to start their own practice groups, in a way that’s uniquely responsive to their local needs and context. The kit includes tips on how to write and guide meditation, how to work with meditation-related challenges, and lots of other practical information.


Finally, although I can’t respond to all the people who reach out, I do read every email. I especially enjoy reading brief notes from people whom I’ve helped, directly or indirectly. Life is short, and love keeps me trucking along.

Also see Newsletter and Facebook page

Thank you, and good luck on all explorations!

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