Welcome to week 3 of Mindful Summer! This week we're exploring simple ways to practice self-care through radical joy with Amy Love.
It can be difficult to work on big, systemic issues like climate change and oppression. This talk is about compassion and mindfulness in activism.
We're starting out Mindful Summer with a discussion on how we can use mindfulness practice to transform our relationship to change.
As we get closer to the end of the school year and approach summer, leave space for resting and turning inwards to renew your mindfulness practice.
As educators, the end of the school year is a natural time to reflect on lessons learned, on our successes and challenges from the year.
How does mindfulness practice relate to becoming aware of and transforming bias? It helps us to see our tendencies more clearly and to have more choice.
The natural progression of mindfulness practice is towards an increasing intimacy with ourselves and with life...
At its heart, mindfulness practice is meant to empower people. It gives us the capacity to see more clearly and to make conscious choices.
Mindfulness offers some key tools to understand and manage anxiety. Learning to handle our own anxiety makes us more available to support kids and youth.