Day Thirty

Listen to the recording of our live call from last night here:

Recording here


Happiness Meditation with Elise Bialylew

An Advanced meditation practice by Craig Hassed


Associate Professor Craig Hassed OAM has been working within the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University since 1989. He now also teaches into a number of other faculties and is coordinator of mindfulness programs across Monash. His teaching, research and clinical interests include mindfulness, mind-body medicine, lifestyle medicine, integrative medicine and medical ethics. Craig developed and integrated into the Monash medical curriculum the world-first mindfulness-based healthy lifestyle course called the Health Enhancement Program. He has authored over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and is regularly invited to speak and run courses in Australia and overseas in health, educational, government and corporate contexts. Craig featured in the documentaries, The Connection, and My Year of Living Mindfully. In 2019 Craig was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to Medicine.

You're nearly at the end! 

Today we reach the second last day of our journey together. 

You'll find a recording of the guided meditation I hosted for the community to honour your effort this May. Enjoy listening to it and getting a sense of the community. You'll also find a happiness meditation, this takes you on a vision quest to explore your own vision for your greatest happiness. 

“The best way to capture moments is to pay attention. This is how we cultivate mindfulness.”

~ Jon Kabat-Zinn

As we come to the close of Mindful in May, I want to wish you well and hope that the skills and practices you have learned through this program continue to support you in experiencing greater flourishing. 


We'd LOVE to hear about your experience with the Mindful in May program in our community Facebook group

So many Mindful in May participants share their experiences with open hearts, and in doing so encourage others to explore mindfulness as an option for their lives. 

Here are some prompts that may help you get started:

  1. How was your Mindful in May experience?
  2. What was the biggest benefit you got from the program?
  3. What did you love the most about Mindful in May?
  4. How did you find Elise’s guidance, meditations and facilitation of the program?
  5. Would you recommend it to a friend, and if so, why?

Thank you so much for being part of this global community and sharing your reflections!

If you haven’t already, make the time to reflect on your Mindful in May journey with this reflection guide as a way of integrating the learning.

If you’ve enjoyed the program and would love more time to get through all of the content and continue to develop these inner tools, don’t miss the special offer to come and join the 6-month Mind Life Project online membership.

Learn more about The Mind Life Project membership here and register now. The price for the program goes up on May 31st at midnight – register now to save!

If you’ve loved Mindful in May, you’ll love this program, and I’d love to continue to support you!

It’s a powerful way to stay supported and continue your learning through monthly live guided online meditations with me, 6 months of extended access to the entire Mindful in May program, written transcripts for all of the Mindful in May and SO much more…

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