Next session – Tuesday, July 11, 12:10-12:40
*** NO MEETING Tu, July 4 ***
Join Reedies in silent meditation each week between 12:10 and 12:40. Sit down and join in whenever you want. Stay as long as you like.
Summer location: Library 221 (see blog post).
This event is open to everyone: members of the Reed community and campus visitors.
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Tag Archives: work
There’s a difference between a stressful work environment and a toxic one says Michael Carroll, author of Fearless at Work. Here’s his step-by-step guide to transforming a toxic workplace… (Lion’s Roar, “3 tips for surviving a toxic workplace,” 14 Sept … finish reading Surviving a toxic encounter at work
With the temperature crawling towards 100 (it’s still June !!!), let’s enjoy a moment with fellow meditator Wally. Like others, he may discover unexpected benefits.
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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)
Meditation is cropping up everywhere. Take a look around. Probably your neighbor is doing it, your doctor is recommending it to some of her patients, and your chaplain would like everyone to ‘just close their eyes for a few moments’ … finish reading Meditation Training: The Bottom Line?