Posts by Carrie

Our Next Webinar: A Dialogue on Self-Compassion and Interdependence

Posted on Aug 8, 2019

Our Next Webinar: A Dialogue on Self-Compassion and Interdependence

Drs. Mamgain and Majied will discuss fierce self-compassion as it relates to interdependence so that participants learn how to increase their own positive life force through progressive self-reflection.

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Soulfulness Practices: Applying the SOUL-Centered Framework (Part 2)

Posted on Jul 12, 2019

Soulfulness Practices: Applying the SOUL-Centered Framework (Part 2)

Building upon the June 2019 webinar introducing soulfulness, this webinar focuses on the application of soulfulness to contemplative practice. Presenter Shelly P. Harrell, Ph.D. is a psychologist whose work focuses on individual, relational, and collective well-being in the context of culture and oppression.

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Radical Love as a Public Health Initiative: the 3rd Arthur Zajonc Lecture by Lenwood W. Hayman, Jr., PhD

Posted on Jun 19, 2019

Radical Love as a Public Health Initiative: the 3rd Arthur Zajonc Lecture by Lenwood W. Hayman, Jr., PhD

7:30 pm on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, in the Smith College Campus Center, 100 Elm Street, Northampton, MA. This event is free and open to all, and we will be live streaming and recording the lecture for those who cannot attend. 

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“I Got Soul”: Soulfulness, Culture, and Contemplative Practice

Posted on Jun 10, 2019

“I Got Soul”: Soulfulness, Culture, and Contemplative Practice

This webinar will introduce “soulfulness” as an approach to contemplative practice that centers a synergistic integration of the psychological, spiritual, and cultural dimensions of soul.

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Bridging the Gap between Islam, Islamophobia and Contemplative Pedagogy

Posted on May 2, 2019

Bridging the Gap between Islam, Islamophobia and Contemplative Pedagogy

Participants in this webinar will engage foundational information about Islam, Islamophobia, and the historical context about Islam as relevant to current-day realities, and will consider connections between Islam and contemplative practices, and opportunities to create space for Muslims in contemplative education.

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