Take notice


This is a skill we can learn that enables us to take notice of what is going on around us, and in our minds and bodies. By practicing mindfulness we can become more aware of what affects us on a day-to-day basis, our levels of stress and anxiety, and how we can manage our wellbeing.  

Practicing mindfulness is one of the single most powerful things you can do for your wellbeing. Want to give it a try?
Watch this animated video and find out why mindfulness is a superpower.

Are you new to meditation, and interested in finding out how to start a practice? Watch the following video for guided meditations and other mindfulness activities designed by experts. 



A website developed by The University of Auckland with practical resources to assist University students practice mindfulness and reduce stress and anxiety.

Smiling Mind app

A fantastic app developed by Melbourne and Monash Universities to help you start Mindfulness practice.It can be downloaded by the app store or from the link above.

Mindfulness Groups at the University of Auckland

Facilitator: Nisarg Dey

Upcoming courses: Fridays 10 - 11am, room 315:387.

Starts 4 August - 27 October, excluding two weeks for mid-semester break.

To register, please complete our group registration.

New members are welcome anytime during semester.


Showing gratitude for the positive things in our life has been shown to be a major influencing factor in our overall wellbeing and happiness. Learn more about how gratitude can positively affect your wellbeing

Studies say there are two simple words that are scientifically proven to make you happier and healthier: "Thank you." Watch the following video to find out if being grateful really helps your wellbeing.