Our Reason for Being

The Kelee® Foundation is a resource for humanity. We offer a way for each person who wants to study their mind, via Kelee meditation. We encourage people to understand a deeper mind-body connection, by means of the basic principles of the Kelee and the practice of KM.

Welcome to the Kelee Foundation, The Kelee Foundation is a place to help everyone understand the basic principles of a phenomenon called the Kelee®. The roots of the Kelee date back three thousand years in ancient Sanskrit. Its definition means, "having to do with different states of mind or point hunter." The word Kelee is also in Greek and Hebrew and translates as vessel or receptacle. This vessel—your Kelee—is a place where you can take bad things out and put good things in. Everyone has felt, at one time or another, emotion—good and bad—well up from within their Kelee. Kelee meditation will give you practical ways to understand your conscious awareness and how your thoughts influence the direction of your life. You will learn where your troubling thoughts reside and how to dissipate them with a practice that takes about five minutes, twice a day. read more...

Kelee meditation is a meditation practice focused on achieving stillness of the mind, thus, cultivating a true sense of peace and contentment in one’s life. Kelee is a word to describe an energy field that is within everyone. Understanding the reference points within this energy field, the Kelee, can help you find it and guide you through Kelee meditation. read more...

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July 2014 - UC San Diego Journal of Nursing "A holistic approach to helping patients deal with pain management, healing and recovery, and preventative care."
Sarah Babcock, BSN RN-BC, "Kelee meditation has helped me move from empathy to compassion, where I am drawing people into my openheartedness by exhibiting harmony in my being."
Paige Burston, RN, MSN, NEA-BC, "the (KM) research project is still in progress, but early results have shown an increase in compassion satisfaction, and a decrease in stress, anxiety, depression, burnout, and compassion fatigue among an experimental group of nurses when compared to a control group."

Resident Burnout and Kelee Meditation
July 22, 20114 - A significant proportion of today's residents report burnout.

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This groundbreaking medical study shows how doing Kelee meditation leads to statistically significant improvements in stress, anxiety, and depression in only 12 weeks.
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