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Learn. Serve. Transform.

We’re a nonprofit, interfaith spirituality center devoted to teaching contemplative practices like mindfulness, meditation, and deep connection to the natural world.  Through educational programs and hands-on engagement, we work for the flourishing of individuals, communities, and all of the creatures that form the sacred communion of the living Earth.

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Why Meditate?

Meditation can benefit your daily life in many ways.


Learn by doing in our environmental, marketing, video production, summer camp, and other internship opportunities in the fall, spring, and summer.

Institute for Applied Mindfulness

Helping organizations achieve thriving workplace culture, fulfill their mission effectively, and contribute to the broader social and environmental good.

Spiritual Support

If you’re looking for spiritual support or a frequent meetup with like-minded friends, there’s a community here for you.

Parents, Kids, & Camps

It’s never too early to start experiencing the benefits of mindfulness and compassion.

Racial Justice Work

We partner with ListenLearnAct.org and Lean Into Louisville to engage deeply with racial justice education and action.

Upcoming Events

Camp Odyssey now has one week in Shawnee Park as part of the Camp Odyssey series. Children K-6 will discover the secrets of the Earth through hiking and exploring Shawnee Park's trails, learning songs about nature, discovering recipes, and more! Camp Instructors will ignite children's imaginations with music, art, stories, cooking, and games! This camp is designed to give children the time, space, and resources to start a life-long relationship with nature.
Listen, Learn, Act would like to invite you to join us for a Community Listening Session with Dr. Catherine Fosl, a lead author of the recently released report, “The History of Policing in Louisville: A Fact-Finding Report on Institutional Harms.” Dr. Fosl has worked for racial justice in Louisville for decades alongside many other civil rights giants such as Anne Braden, Mattie Jones, Rev. Louis Coleman and Carla Wallace. During our Community Conversation, she will share a vital but little known part of our city’s history. She hopes to engage more people to act in service of greater external accountability for our police when it comes to their response to marginalized groups, especially Black Louisvillians.
While we’d all love to be a little happier, what specific actions can we take to make a difference in our lives? The one-day Mindful Happiness retreat is very experiential approach that gives you the rationale, the steps to take, and the dedicated time to really delve into the transformative process. Come start your happiness journey with a motivated group of like-minded participants!

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