a system of meditation that's easily researchable by science, with clear terminology and rigorous precision around concepts and procedures.
Developed over 50 years by Shinzen Young, U.M. is so precise and dependable, that revered institutions like Harvard Medical School, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Vermont and Vanderbilt use it as the basis for their research on meditation and its effects in the realms of neurosciences, psychology, clinical sciences and the overall well being of society.
A direct result of this research and precision is that the process of learning and teaching mindfulness has been thoroughly systemized in a way that makes it accessible to anyone interested.
The Unified Mindfulness system is a comprehensive, robust and refined support structure that any individual at any stage of meditation practice can rely on to go deeper in their insight and their ability to share it with others.
Unified is also a secular form of meditation, which means it's not religious in any way so anyone, of any faith, can do it.
It provides an algorithmic, interactive framework inspired by Western methodologies for the key elements of Eastern contemplative traditions.
In short, it's the merging of the best of the East with the best of the West.