This site is created to support the teaching of mindfulness and of mindful meditation. It has also become a marriage  of mindfulness with spirituality. It is presented with the assumption that everyone can learn to live a life of considerably more peace, joy, love and freedom that most of us do now. This is true because these qualities come NOT from something or someone “outside” of ourselves but from within. Our process then, is an “inside job.” The concept is simple, the process is simple, but….it does take practice. This site is about the process and the practice.

If you have questions or comments or would like to talk about any of the information presented here, please contact Charlie at

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  • Martin Helstein says:

    If you ever thought about dipping your toe in the meditation pool, this is a good place to start. Charlie is down to earth, welcoming, and clear. His common sense approach is easy to understand. Bring some patience along and you have nothing to lose.

  • Eileen O'Neill says:

    Charlie, as we all said, thank you so much for taking your valuable time to spend with us and help us during this time. It is so appreciated and I am looking forward to our next meeting and, meantime, trying to implement all we discussed. Thank you thank you

  • Marie Nardi says:

    This gift from Charlie is timely, so needed and well appreciated. Thank you.

  • shawn says:

    this surprises me everytime because it works!

  • Sue Cohen says:

    Thank you for being a voice of sanity, especially during these times

  • Hi Charlie,
    I’m a LCSWR working w/ a pregnant woman at high risk due to previous maternal losses and having been on a significant number of anxiety medications at the time she learned of her unplanned pregnancy. Working closely w/ psychiatric and OB/GYN providers, but needing additional resources for stress reduction as she adjusts to decreasing dependence on psychotropic meds. I was thinking MBSR would be helpful for her and thought of referring her to one of your previous MBSR classes on this site. I was wondering what your thoughts might be.

    • Hi Margaret,
      I don’t teach MBSR as such, although there are some similarities. If you can find a good teacher of MBSR, try him/her for your client. If you think I can help her, please encourage her to listen to a couple of my recent classes, and if she finds it helpful, Please have her contact me.