Next session – Tuesday, May 30, 12:10-12:40
Join Reedies in silent meditation each week between 12:10 and 12:40. Sit down whenever you want. Stay as long as you like.
May 30 is our last session in Eliot Chapel. See blog for summer location.
This event is open to everyone: members of the Reed community and campus visitors.
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There are many types of meditation techniques, but nearly all of them have one instruction in common: when you discover your mind has been wandering, gently pause, observe that you have wandered, and then return to the instructions. This act … finish reading Attentional Reset: The Path Back to Here & Now
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Suffering from PSSD? (post-semester stress disorder) Having trouble making the transition to summer? Check out this video. (Please don’t ask me how Elmo is able to fog the screen. It’s a Muppet Mystery.)