Next session – Tuesday, March 28, 12:10-12:40
Join Reedies in silent meditation each week between 12:10 and 12:40 in the Eliot chapel. Drop-in (arrive) whenever you want. Stay as long as you want.
This event is open to everyone: members of the Reed community and campus visitors.
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I know that our group is a secular one, but I can’t resist sharing this tidbit of Buddhist doctrine. Buddhists take “refuge” in, i.e., derive spiritual support from, what are called The Three Treasures: Buddha, Dharma, Sangha. The first two, … finish reading The Sangha – One of Three Treasures
I have not gone on a meditation journey. 30 minutes of silent sitting (or walking) each day feels about right. Some days, though, I do a bit more, and these days can make me wonder what a full day, or … finish reading Hallie Bateman’s 10 Day Adventure
There is an ever-expanding scientific literature on the impact of meditation, especially mindfulness meditation, on health care professionals and their patients. This work is now spilling over into the academic arena. The August 2015 issue of the Mindfulness Research Monthly … finish reading Emerging science: Meditation for teachers
Do yourself a favor and you might just do a favor for everyone around you. How is that possible? Simple. Research shows that you can cultivate positive mental states by slowing down your activity and paying attention to your surroundings.
Troubling times. They come in all shapes and sizes: the personal – a missed exam, a fractured friendship – and the global – a civil war, a devastating earthquake. How does one find the courage, the enthusiasm, and the joy, … finish reading Resources for troubling times
When I sit (or walk) I usually go through a period of time where I tell myself what to do. This may take several forms: “pay attention to the … (breath, sounds, sensations, …),” “label thoughts,” “ask, ‘What is this?’” … finish reading Practice Rules
Has something about your office been bugging you? Try this maybe: ponder some of the 59 ‘lojong,’ or mind-training, slogans that Atisha (980-1052 CE) brought from India to Tibet a thousand years ago. Not sure where to start? Author Lodro … finish reading Advice for the beleagerued office worker (and anyone else)
My taxes are due in a couple of weeks. I think I have a few more days to turn in my 2014 medical receipts for reimbursement. Half the yard is covered by moss and weeds, the rest by grass that … finish reading Loving the Not Now Mind
Oliver Sacks is a medical doctor and professor of neurology at the New York University School of Medicine. He is also the author of many popular books, including “Awakenings,” “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat,” and “Uncle … finish reading Oliver Sacks on living life, detachment, and gratitude
The Well section of today’s NY Times contains an article that connects mindfulness and how successful people are at maintaining a physical exercise routine (“How Mindfulness Can Jump-Start Our Exercise Routines,” by G. Reynolds). The emphasis here is on the … finish reading Mindfulness makes your workout more satisfying