Humanist Meditation for Skeptics – Special Offer!

Happy New Year!!! To help you stick to your resolutions – we are offering 25% off this course. Learn the science of what happens to your brain when you meditate. It’s pretty cool really. And learning how to relax and be more mindful in your life is a very good resolution to make.

Special Price: $18.75 (25% off normal price!)

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Can meditation be made suitable for secular people?

meditationsquarecandleCurious about meditation? Wondering whether it’s worth trying? Curious about what science says about this ancient practice and whether there really is any benefit to practicing it?

This 1 1/2 hour course taught by Rick Heller of the Humanist Mindfulness group will walk you through the history of the practice, what science tells us happens when we meditate and how this practice works as an essential natural and humanistic life skill.

Courses start weekly. However, this special offer ends: [fergcorp_cdt_single date=01/10/2015]

To get 25% off this course – type in “IResolve” as your discount code.

Cost $25  $18.75


 Program Description:

Meditation is an important life skill. We humans do our best thinking when our minds are relaxed. Learning how to relax the mind helps us focus better and achieve better results.

Unfortunately, some people believe that meditation sends out “vibes” to the universe that can reduce violence and bring peace. We do not endorse this view. Meditation changes the brain, and we can bring positive change to the world when we use our brains!

At this point, there is little doubt that mindfulness can have beneficial effects, including helping people reduce stress and cultivate positive emotions. However, when presented by religious organizations, meditation often comes “packaged” with other beliefs that are not all that credible. It is the aim of this course to filter out anything dubious and only present practices that are consistent with mainstream academic science and to provide the participant with the information they need to decide whether humanist or secular meditation is right for them.

Topics Covered:

  • History of meditation
  • Recent research
  • What happens when you meditate
  • Pros and cons of meditation
  • Types of meditation
  • Is meditation consistent with a natural or secular worldview?

Course Information:

This 1 1/2 hour online program: includes video lessons, and a handout listing relevant scientific papers, books, and web sites. You can study at your own pace but still have access to the instructor to ask questions, interact with your fellow students and more.

To participate in this course you will need Internet access and the ability to view youtube style videos. The course will work on home computers and tablets such as the iPad.

About the Instructor:

Rick HellerRick Heller facilitates the Humanist Mindfulness Group, which is sponsored by the Humanist Community at Harvard University. His writing has appeared in Buddhadharma, Free Inquiry, UUWorld, Tikkun, the Boston Globe, and Lowell Sun. He is the creator of Seeing the Roses, which presents videos showing how mindfulness can help us deal with behaviors that drive climate change.


After I finished the course videos, I enjoyed and was moved by doing the first loving meditations Rick Heller guided. Now that I have this information about meditation, and have rather penetrated the mystique of it all, I think I might benefit from meditation. Glad I to have this non-supernatural guide. – Monica O’Reilly

Money Back Guarantee:

If for any reason you are unhappy with the course you may request your money back within 30 days (excluding the financial transaction fee of about $3).

To get 25% off this course – type in “IResolve” as your discount code.

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