Join us online this Wednesday afternoon:
A Brief Time for Practice, Togetherness and Supportive Resource-Sharing
a webinar hosted by
Associate Director, CMind
Wednesday, October 31st, 2018
3 – 3:30 pm ET / 12 noon – 12:30 pm PT
Free and open to all
Are you feeling a need to connect with others while connecting to your own center? To rediscover the stable ground beneath you, amidst challenge and uncertainty? If so, we invite you to join us for an online gathering.
This Wednesday, Carrie Bergman, CMind’s Associate Director, will host a time for contemplative practice and an opportunity to share helpful resources.
Our time together will be very simple: broadcasting from the CMind office, Carrie will be holding the space, and you are invited to join in remotely with others from around the world with your own self-guided practice, whether that be dancing, writing, singing, prayer, meditation…the time is set aside for you! (And if you’re feeling shy, don’t worry. You won’t be seen by the other participants. Only Carrie’s webcam will be broadcast to the group.)
After our time for practice, Carrie will introduce and share some CMind-hosted resources on contemplative practice and action. Pdfs will be available for attendees to download during the webinar. Webinar participants will also be invited to send in their own recommendations, and we will share this community-generated list of resources in a follow-up email.
About the Host
Carrie Bergman joined CMind in 2000 and, over the past 18 years, has helped to coordinate events, projects, and initiatives across all of the Center’s program areas. She now serves as Associate Director, supporting CMind’s programs, operations, website, and communications, including The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the Center. Carrie’s personal connection to contemplative methods as a powerful force for change began with her experience of deeply engaging with introspective practices as an undergraduate student. She graduated from Dickinson College with a degree in Studio Arts and Anthropology and worked for Dickinson’s museum and fine arts department before joining CMind. As a multimedia artist, archer, and student of martial arts, she is particularly interested in creative expression and movement as means of intra- and inter-personal inquiry and transformation.
About Our Webinars
We offer free webinars which allow you to view a live presentation online; you can listen to the presenter over your computer speakers, headphones, or VOIP headset, or by dialing in to the audio with your phone. Questions and comments may be submitted to the presenters during the webinar.
To register, simply submit the registration form and instructions for connecting will be emailed to you automatically.
Don’t worry! We record our webinars and post them for public viewing on contemplativemind.org after the original air date.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.