You can now join a diverse and inclusive community of meditators dedicated to:

  • supporting and reflecting back to you your innate goodness - we believe you are whole, complete, good as is and not in need of fixing

  • deepening their meditation practice and living from a place of mindfulness and compassion

  • bringing the teachings of the Buddha to life and making them particularly applicable to our modern world


  • A dharma talk delivered to your inbox twice a month covering how to apply Buddhist principles to the nitty-gritty aspects of your daily life

  • A supportive community of fellow meditation practitioners to support you on your journey

  • Guided audio meditation recordings to deepen your practice

  • Once a month 45 minute private online mentoring sessions with Lodro to bring the practice off the cushion and into your family, work, and social life

  • Readings to further your studies

  • An accountability squad to keep you on track with daily meditation practice

  • Once a month social with the community zia Zoom, including a guided meditation and Q&A with Lodro

  • An inclusive, non-hierarchical learning environment

  • A steady flow of bonus material

We are currently studying the lojong (mind-training) teachings of the 11th century Buddhist teacher Atisha. Initial videos include:


What it Means to Be Patient When the World is On Fire

Joining the Unexpected with Meditation (or Why Your Smartphone Won’t Make You Happy)


Exerting Yourself in the Face of Family Karma a.k.a. How to Change the Habitual Cycle

Determination in the Buddhist Path

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Who this is for 🔷

  • People who are really stressed out & overwhelmed by strong emotions and are guessing deepening their meditation practice will help (it will)

  • Anyone geographically isolated / seeking a supportive spiritual but not religious online community

  • People who might need to be held accountable for their meditation practice (it’s okay, we’ve all been there)

  • Anyone who could use some personal guidance from an experienced meditation teacher to help them integrate all of this into their everyday life

  • People seeking a deep spiritual and transformational path of practice

    "Lodro has a very relatable way of delivering the information - helps provide a solid understanding of Buddhism and mindfulness fundamentals. I'd strongly recommend this course for really anyone who's on a curious spiritual path." - Jennie


  • $35/month includes all videos, guided meditations, readings, and access to the online community including the monthly calls

    $150/month includes all of the above plus monthly personal mentoring with Lodro (more on what that’s like here)

    "Lodro is a witty, insightful, and intelligent teacher. He combines an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the Buddhist text with a deep practical wisdom of what it is to be a human in the modern world.”

    - Isabelle

  • But here’s the thing: Lodro is committed to a diverse and inclusive learning environment so payment plans and discounts are available for anyone currently under-resourced financially. We’re committed to making the teachings as accessible as possible to you, period.

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To learn more about any aspect of this new online community you can schedule a free 15 minute get to know you call

or you can email Lodro ( for more information.

"My one-on-one meetings with Lodro have been invaluable to my practice and understanding of Buddhism, particularly in terms of how I integrate them into my everyday life. He has been particularly thoughtful and understanding with my seemingly endless questions about meditation and the dharma." - R.J.


About Lodro: Lodro Rinzler is the cofounder of MNDFL Meditation and is the award-winning author of six books: The Buddha Walks into a Bar; Walk Like a Buddha; The Buddha Walks into the Office; Sit Like a Buddha; How to Love Yourself (And Sometimes Other People); and Love Hurts. He has taught meditation for eighteen years in the Buddhist tradition and travels frequently for his books, having spoken across the world at conferences, universities, and businesses as diverse as Google, Harvard University and the White House. Dubbed “the cool kid’s Buddhist” by The Boston Phoenix, Rinzler’s work has been featured in The New York Times,The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, FOX, CBS, and NBC. He lives in upstate New York with his wife Adreanna and a menagerie of small animals.