Telesangha is a daily meditation and mindfulness program that helps members establish a consistent daily practice by leveraging peer support and technology.
Imagine a world where more people meditate daily? The mission of Telesangha is to help make that happen and we’re off to a great start.
Here are some facts – over 95% of participants would recommend the program to a friend. Those who sign up on average are meditating over 85% of the days they commit to.
“Telesangha has been instrumental to my development of a daily meditation practice, when compared to my handful of failed attempts in the past. The group support is invaluable. I would recommend Telesangha to anyone who inspires to a daily practice – it really works!” – Dona C.
What is Telesangha? The idea is simple. Using peer power, technology, and a little structure we can overcome will power. If you sign up for the 6:30am program on a daily basis (Monday – Friday) at 6:30am promptly your phone will ring. You just answer your phone when it rings, press one, and you are instantly connected to the “tele” meditation hall. In the meditation hall you’ll be joined with around 10 – 15 fellow meditators and your session leader. After a 20 minutes silent meditation we do a quick check in where we get to hear from one another. A shared progress board will be updated with your participation and we will be done before 7am. (all sessions are 30 minutes max)
“What an ingeniously simple way to get social support to meditate more frequently! Heartily recommend to anyone looking to improve the consistency and community around their meditation efforts.” -Vikram S.
All you need is a phone, the intention to develop your meditation practice, and a tiny bit of will power to answer your phone when it rings. You must have at least three months meditation experience, commit to a one month period and agree to the rules of the program (participation, respecting the group and communication).
“This is the first time I’ve effectively/consistently meditated, kept my promise to myself about this area of my life, and had FUN doing so.” - Jacqui C.