RESOURCES mindfulness2be


  • Self-Compassion (Dr Kristin Neff)
  • Mindfulness and Compassion in Psychotherapy (Dr Chris Germer)
  • Adelaide Mindfulness (Tina Gibson)
  • Wise Compassion (Michelle Becker)
  • Mindful Self-Compassion for Teens and Young Adults
  • Centre for Mindful Self-Compassion
  • Being Matters
  • Compassionate Mind Australia
  • Compassion It


  • The Hero’s Journey: Discovering Your Purpose and Following Your Bliss – with Regina Gerlach, Florencia Clement de Grandprey and Piero Falci

  • A Course In Mindful Living (ACIML - Elisha Goldstein)
  • This Way Up (Free introduction to Mindfulness)
  • Center for Mindfulness
  • Bangor University
  • Oxford Mindfulness
  • Mindfulness for Depresssion - MBCT UK
  • Mindfulness for Children with Insomina and Anxiety
  • MindandLife
  • Openground Australia
  • Mindfulness WA
  • Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
  • Centre for Mindful Eating
  • Kent University
  • Mindfulnesstogether
  • Mindfulbirthing
  • Stillquietplace
  • Mindfulnessinschools
  • Mindfulness in Education Network
  • Mindful Education
  • Mind and Life Institute
  • Cultivating Emotional Balance
  • Sharing mindfulness
  • I am home
  • Sleep Meditation
  • Meditation and Sleep 





Here are a few popular apps that you might want to check out:

These apps typically offer guided meditation sessions, as well as other resources such as talks and articles on mindfulness and insight meditation. Many of them have both free and paid content, and some of them offer free trial periods so you can try out their content before deciding whether to subscribe.


There are many movies and documentaries about mindfulness, compassion, and related topics. Here are a few recommendations:

  • The Mindfulness Movie
  • Mindfulness and the Magic of the Present Moment
  • The Compassion Project
  • Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Be Happy.
  • The Science of Compassion
  • The Year of Living Mindfully is a documentary directed by Shannon Harvey. The film explores the science and benefits of mindfulness and features interviews with leading experts in the field.

You can find these movies and documentaries on streaming platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, or you can rent or purchase them on websites such as Google Play, YouTube, and Vimeo.

In addition to these movies and documentaries, there are also many books, articles, and online courses that explore mindfulness and compassion. You might want to check out resources such as the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley (, which offers a wide range of articles, videos, and other resources on mindfulness, compassion, and related topics.