A Million Minds Matter

“I am not my mind”- Bedridden for five years, MiSP supporter takes on the Camino de Santiago to fundraise for A Million Minds Matter

In 2001 Kate Delaney was a fit, well and active graduate with her whole life in front of her when she was suddenly incapacitated by a mysterious illness. Rapidly deteriorating, she became immobilized, house-bound and dependent on her parents as carers whilst doctors investigated her condition but remained mystified. Experiencing seizures, rapid weight loss and […]

MiSP Youth Ambassadors: Haroon Hussein

Haroon is a sixth form student studying for A’ levels in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics. He recommends mindfulness to other young people as a powerful tool to help them when they are going though difficult times … How did you first learn about mindfulness? “I discovered mindfulness during an assembly in year 7. But […]

Mindfulness and Masculinity

By Richard Burnett MiSP’s aim with A Million Minds Matter is to reach one million children with mindfulness in classrooms across the UK. Our recent conference was an important step in that direction and the feedback we have had has been humbling and inspiring. What made the speakers so compelling was in part how different […]

Video Highlights from the A Million Minds Matter MiSP Conference 2019

“… everything we do is movement, even thought and things that stop moving start dying …” Dan Edwardes, 26th April 2019, MiSP Conference, London. “… mindfulness not only has the potential to inspire us, but also to equip us with the strength to confront the true scale of the crisis we face …” Caroline Lucas […]

Mental Health Awareness Week – why ‘A Million Minds Matter’

by Chivonne Preston, CEO of MiSP Mental Health Awareness Week has taken place across the UK to raise awareness of the problems and stigmas around talking about and getting support for mental health issues. Here at MiSP, we are only too aware of the mental health crisis happening within our schools and are campaigning to […]