A Daylong to Benefit the MBA Project with Noah Levine – March 4
Jan28

A Daylong to Benefit the MBA Project with Noah Levine – March 4

When: March 4, 2017, 10 AM – 5 PM Where: Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society 2701 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94110 Register here! This day long retreat will focus on mindfulness meditation as taught by the Buddha in the Four Noble Truths. We will train our minds in present time awareness by bringing attention to the breath and body and our inner-relationship to the pleasant and unpleasant physical, emotional and...

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Sign up for our Mindfulness, Trauma, and At-Risk Youth Training on Feb 26!
Dec29

Sign up for our Mindfulness, Trauma, and At-Risk Youth Training on Feb 26!

Mindfulness, Trauma, and At-Risk Youth Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society 2701 Folsom Street  San Francisco, CA 94110 Sunday, February 26, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST) Description: In this 5-hour training, participants will learn about the physical, mental, and emotional effects of trauma- its origins and symptoms in the context of attachment theory, the window of tolerance, and the newest findings on trauma and...

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We delivered over 500 holiday cards to incarcerated youth!
Dec25

We delivered over 500 holiday cards to incarcerated youth!

As part of #GivingTuesday, we set out on an ambitious goal: to give a holiday card to every incarcerated youth in the Bay Area. We asked people around the country to mail us handwritten cards answering the question: “when you’re in a hard place, how do you free your mind?” Over the last month, we received over 500 cards! And because of the generosity of our growing community of supporters, we delivered a holiday card to every...

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A message from Noah Levine
Dec13

A message from Noah Levine

As a teenager, Co-founder Noah Levine was incarcerated repeatedly. After learning mindfulness meditation instruction, he took the simple breath awareness instructions to his cell and started paying attention to his breath. For the first time, he learned that he didn’t have to obey his mind. Meditation transformed Noah, and after practicing it for over five years, he wanted to equip other at-risk youth with the same tool that...

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Send a holiday card to an incarcerated youth on #GivingTuesday!
Nov18

Send a holiday card to an incarcerated youth on #GivingTuesday!

  On Tuesday, November 29, people around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. As part of #GivingTuesday, the MBA Project invites you to share words of encouragement with youth inside juvenile hall. We’ll collect cards from our supporters that answer the question: “when you’re in a hard place, how do you free your mind?” The hundreds of cards we received last year helped...

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Matching Gift Challenge—donate today!
Sep23

Matching Gift Challenge—donate today!

We’re excited to announce that our Matching Gift Challenge has been extended to the end of the year. We have raised over $1,000, but have a long way to go to meet our $10,000 challenge. The money will support our mission to help youth like Isaac transform harmful behavior and lead meaningful lives through mindfulness meditation and emotional awareness. “MBA gave me a whole new view on life,” says Isaac, who was introduced...

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