What is your meaning in life?

Positive psychology research shows that people who experience high levels of personal meaning are happier, more fulfilled, passionate and resilient. The call for meaning is an internal whisper, encouraging us to fulfil our deepest potential. Being mindful allows you to notice that whisper, and thus realise your sense of personal meaning and purpose in life. The Mindfulness-Based Meaning Program (MBMP) is entirely research-based and is the first comprehensive program to bring two important aspects of well-being together: meaning in life and mindfulness. As part of this program, mindfulness is used as a spotlight that sheds light on meaningful moments in our past, our experience of meaning in the here and now, and the purpose that would potentially provide us with a deep sense of meaning in the future. Using mindfulness, it becomes easier to see these aspects, and create a clearer understanding of your meaning and purpose.

Mindfulness Based Meaning Program

Living a meaning-full Life

  • How does the program work?

    The Mindfulness Based Meaning Program comprises 8 sessions, each including a video and a variety of exercises. All the materials are part of this online platform – you can even download the exercises to your own computer and complete them whenever it feels right for you. We recommend that you spend one week on each session. However, the pace at which you progress is completely up to you. You could spend a couple of days or a couple of weeks on each session, depending on the topics that feel relevant to your own personal journey. Like any other journey, there may be places where you wish to stop, breathe, and enjoy the scenery while in other places you might wish to move faster. The important thing to remember is that you have a whole year – 12 months – to complete the programme, which means that you can complete it at a pace that feels right for you.

  • Who is it for?

    This program would be highly valuable for any individual who wishes to deepen their own experience of personal meaning and purpose. Additionally, the program would offer excellent practical tools for coaches, mindfulness teachers, counselling psychologists, psychotherapists, clinical psychologists, teachers, and any individuals who are supporting others in their journey of growth and transformation.

  • What is your "why"?

    Throughout the history of mankind, people have been extensively preoccupied with questions such as: Why are we here? What is my purpose? What is the meaning of life? These universal questions deal with the core concern of what it means to be human and have inspired various myths, religions, arts and philosophies in different cultures around the world and across time and traditions. Today, in an age of technology, instability and an ever-changing world, these questions seem more relevant and pressing than ever. The science of meaning seeks to answer such questions. Knowing your meaning and purpose, your "why", can serve as a compass with which to navigate your life journey.

Program Sessions

  • Session 1: Packing your Backpack for the Journey

  • Session 2: Noticing and Capturing Meaning

  • Session 3: Deepening your Sense of Mindfulness

  • Session 4: Connecting the Dots: Identifying Meaning in your Life Story

  • Session 5: Experiencing Meaning in your Daily Life

  • Session 6: Translating Meaning into Purpose and Calling

  • Session 7: Beyond Personal Meaning - Connecting with a Greater Cause

  • Session 8: Mindfulness and Meaning - Bringing it all Together

Course curriculum

    1. Opening Video

    2. Exercise 1: Calibrating your Compass

    3. Exercise 2: Breaking the Boundaries of your Comfort Zone

    4. Exercise 3: Getting Ready for the Journey

    1. Activity Session 2

    2. Video Session 2

    3. Exercise 4: Meaning Detective

    4. Exercise 5: Meaning Bounty

    5. Exercise 6: Strengthening the Meaning Muscle

    1. Video Session 3

    2. Exercise 7: Pit stop (1): Connecting with yourself through mindful breathing

    3. Guided Meditation: Mindful Breathing Practice

    4. Exercise 8: Pit stop (2): Connecting with yourself through your body

    5. Guided Meditation: Body-Scan Meditation

    6. Exercise 9: Hitting Mindful Roots

    1. Activity Session 4

    2. Video Session 4

    3. Exercise 10: Discovering your Life’s Lesson

    4. Exercise 11: "Meaning in Challenging Situations" Meditation

    5. Guided Meditation: "Finding Meaning in Challenging Situations"

    6. Exercise 12: The Soundtrack of Your Life

    7. Exercise 13: Scripting your Life

    1. Activity Session 5

    2. Video Session 5

    3. Exercise 14: Mindful Snapshots of Meaning

    4. Guided Meditation - Mindful Engagement with your Meaningful Snapshots

    5. Exercise 15: Contemplating Mindful Snapshots of Meaning

    6. Exercise 16: Celebrating the Time we have

    7. Exercise 17: Sucking the Marrow out of Life

    1. Video Session 6

    2. Best Possible Legacy - Meditation

    3. Exercise 18: My Life is My Message

    4. Exercise 19: Building your Lighthouse

    5. Exercise 20: Mooring your Life’s Boat at the Shore of your Lighthouse

About this course

  • $150.00
  • 45 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content

Pricing options

You can pay with any Debit/Credit card or with PayPal

About the instructors

Instructors Bio:

Dr. Itai Ivtzan is a positive psychologist, an Associate Professor at Naropa University, teaching and researching at the MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Mindfulness-Based. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Ivtzan has run mindfulness sessions, workshops, and retreats around the world. He is a regular keynote speaker at conferences. He published several books linking mindfulness with psychology and spirituality. Dr. Ivtzan is confident that mindfulness meditation has the power to change individuals – in fact, whole societies – for the better. Accordingly, he has been investing much time in practicing and studying mindfulness, writing books about it, teaching it, and training mindfulness teachers.

Dr Itai Ivtzan

Founder, School of Positive Transformation

Dr. Russo-Netzer is a positive psychology senior lecturer and researcher. She is passionate about building bridges – between disciplines and between theory and "real life" practice, in therapy, organizations, and education throughout the lifespan. She is especially keen about creating a synergistic integration between the fields of positive psychology, spirituality, and existential psychology, which she believes allows for a more holistic view of human growth and development than any one of these separately. Her main research and practice interests focus on meaning in life, positive psychology, spiritual development, positive change and growth. Dr. Russo-Netzer is a clinical logotherapist, the head of the Compass Institute for the Study of Meaning in Life and the academic training program for logotherapy (meaning-oriented psychotherapy) at Tel-Aviv University, as well as the chairperson of the Logotherapy Association in Israel. She serves as academic advisor and consultant to academic and non-academic institutions, develops training programs and curricula for various organizations and is the co-editor of books on these topics.

Dr Pninit Russo-Netzer

Senior Instructor

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I go back to a session I completed?

    Yes, when you completed a certain session you can still go back to it.

  • How long would I have access to the program?

    You will have access to the program for 12 months – plenty of time to enjoy its benefits. You can also download the meditations onto your own device, which gives you the option to practise the meditations for as long as you wish.

  • What about a completion certificate?

    Once you complete all sessions and practices of the mindfulness based meaning program you will receive a completion certificate.

  • How can I contact you?

    Any question for which you cannot find an answer on this webpage? Feel free to contact us on info@SchoolofPositiveTransformation.com

Live a Meaning-Full Life

Deepen your meaning and purpose - find greater happiness and resilience