Our Vision

Mindful Educators website aims to encourage and support educators to introduce the practice of mindfulness, and to share mindfulness-based-initiatives for promoting values, ethics and respectful behavior inside classrooms, schools and universities. Mindfulness is an ancient practice which was first introduced by the Buddha 2600 years ago in Northern India. More recently, due to multiple benefits seen across many sectors, and due to its neuro-scientific basis, mindfulness has been embraced by Western scientists, psychologists, health-care workers and educators.

Benefits of Mindfulness

Improves focus and attention
Improves focus and attention
Improves focus and attention
Builds resilience with better coping skills
Builds resilience with better coping skills
Builds resilience with better coping skills
Develops calmness, empathy and kindness
Develops calmness, empathy and kindness
Develops calmness, empathy and kindness
Why Values, Ethics, Respectful behavior on a foundation of mindfulness, for educators ?

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Why Values, Ethics, Respectful behavior on a foundation of mindfulness, for educators ?

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Why Mindfulness-Based-Initiatives?

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Why Mindfulness-Based-Initiatives?

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A range of resources in English , Sinhala and Tamil

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A range of resources in English , Sinhala and Tamil

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