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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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Music for Healing and Balance

Music for Healing and Balance

Join us on Wednesday, October 7 for a session with educator and musician Reginald Cyntje. Cyntje will discuss and demonstrate...
NHTI's Mindfulness in Society Series

NHTI's Mindfulness in Society Series

Sharing news about NHTI-Concord's Community College's 3rd Annual Mindfulness in Society program, every Monday in October, featuring CMind leaders Mirabai...
Embodying Your Curriculum: An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

Embodying Your Curriculum: An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

This webinar, presented by Anita Chari and Angelica Singh, introduces participants to our approach to using trauma-informed pedagogies, the neuroscience...
Webinar: Contemplative Science and Practice Through a Healing-Centered Perspective

Webinar: Contemplative Science and Practice Through a Healing-Centered Perspective

This webinar invites participants to reflect on how we can harness the power of contemplative science and practice to better...

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