April 2020 iBme Updates
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Dear Friend,

At this time of sudden change, iBme is committed to connecting teens, families, schools, and communities with sources of wisdom and practice. This email includes a range of new online opportunities for mindfulness and meaningful engagement with ourselves, each other, and the world at large.

—The iBme Team

PS - Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the most up-to-date announcements, ideas, and inspiration.
iBme continues to closely monitor COVID-19 as the situation unfolds. As our first retreat is over two months away, we are meeting on a regular basis to discuss if we feel they are safe to go on as planned. However, if they do not, we guarantee a 100% refund and will provide notice well in advance of any cancellation. We will be providing regular updates through our website, email, and social media.
Passionate About the Environment?
Check out our NEW online course — starts this Thursday!
Based on the transformative work of Joanna Macy,
this unique course starts this Thursday (April 16)!
Sign Up >>
Is iBme Mindfulness for You?
Being Yourself — our new video!
Daily Meditations in Real Time
Guided by iBme teachers, these are specifically geared towards teens — and open to all ages. Alums and new faces welcome!
WEEKDAYS @ 6pm EDT / 3pm PDT
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Fun, Meaningful Fundraising
& Online Practice Challenge

Celebrate iBme's 10th Anniversary in a community
of practice and generosity — AND raise funds for
much-needed teen scholarships.

4 Ways of Working with Fear

iBme lead teacher Jessica Morey shares perspectives on how to work with fear, drawing on timeless teachings from the Buddha.

Please feel free to share this post with someone who could use it, especially during the COVID-19 crisis.

Listen now >>
Spreading the Word
The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women
by Caroline Welch

This timely, eye-opening, and practical guide helps readers de-stress and move from chaos to calm. Caroline Welch is the CEO and co-founder (with Dan Siegel) of the Mindsight Institute and has been practicing mindfulness for more than 40 years.

Purchase now — for yourself or as a gift (psst ... Mother's Day is coming up!)
iBme welcomes and celebrates human diversity in all forms regardless of race, color, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ability, personal appearance, or religious/spiritual affiliation.
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