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Browse upcoming conferences, workshops, and other events on contemplative practices in higher education.

Contemplative Practices

Contemplative Practices cultivate a critical, first-person focus, sometimes with direct experience as the object, while at other times concentrating on complex ideas or situations. Incorporated into daily life, they act as a reminder to connect to what we find most meaningful.

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ACMHE webinar on Breathwork for Healing Racial Trauma: a Contemplative-Based Research Journey

ACMHE webinar on Breathwork for Healing Racial Trauma: a Contemplative-Based Research Journey

This webinar With Dr. Angel Acosta and Zishan Jiwani explores a study of a community breathwork series that aimed to...
BIPOC Retreat with Veta Goler, Online, Nov. 14

BIPOC Retreat with Veta Goler, Online, Nov. 14

The first retreat in a three-part series, focusing on various forms of meditation to help you connect with the goodness...
A Workshop for White People Working for Racial Justice

A Workshop for White People Working for Racial Justice

An interactive workshop with Beth Berila, offering tools white people can use when talking with other white people about racism...
Critical Social Mindfulness: Foundations and Emergent Practices for a New Mindful Deal

Critical Social Mindfulness: Foundations and Emergent Practices for a New Mindful Deal

David Forbes will offer critique and discussion of mindfulness practices, particularly in K-12 contexts, that risk adjusting students to social...

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