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Statement of Solidarity

We stand in solidarity with protesters across the US and the world against systemic anti-Black racism and police brutality. It is vital that we dedicate ourselves to the ongoing work…(click image to keep reading).

This Won’t Stop Us

Learn more about how we’re working to prevent Zoombombing and create safe spaces for online events.

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.

Recent Blog Posts

Loving Memory of Oliver W. Hill, Jr.

Loving Memory of Oliver W. Hill, Jr.

We are mourning the recent passing of Dr. Oliver W. Hill, Jr., a longtime CMind board member, friend, mentor, and...
The July ACMHE Webinar: Restoring Our Attention with Beck Tench

The July ACMHE Webinar: Restoring Our Attention with Beck Tench

In this webinar, we will take a look at the market forces that incentivize technology to distract and manipulate us....
How Can We Be Daringly and Radically-Well During Times of Upheaval?

How Can We Be Daringly and Radically-Well During Times of Upheaval?

Ife Lenard and Ericka Echavarria will discuss specific approaches coupled with contemplative practices that offer a means of building and...
Indigenous Contemplative Science: An Ethics of Belonging and Reconnection

Indigenous Contemplative Science: An Ethics of Belonging and Reconnection

Yuria Celidwen offers a dynamic presentation that brings together Indigenous science and contemplative practice. We will engage in dialogue with our...

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