Do you find yourself struggling with increased conflicts in conversations around different perspectives? How can we practice compassion and cooperation in those conversations? Embodied mindfulness can bring compassion and cooperation more deeply into our efforts to work together. Despite the broad acceptance of personal practices of mindfulness and wellbeing over the past few years, we are living with increased conflicts around views, leading to polarization and "othering" in the world and in our campus communities.
Professor Rhonda Magee will offer practices and reflections that will:
Support us in deepening our ability to work together across a range of diverse perspectives, Deepen the work of equity and inclusion, and Alleviate the suffering we all face in the social and political worlds
This free event is open to all!
Sign language interpreters will be provided.
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