One avenue for learning meditation practices on campus is the LifeWorks Program for Integrative Learning, which combines “scholarship, creative expression and embodied practices such as mindfulness and self-reflection” to “deepen [students’] educational experience,” according to its website.
I partially blame myself for getting into this predicament — a freshman on a huge college campus without a bike. Maybe I could have tried harder this last year to learn how to ride one (a skill I do not yet possess), or I could learn to ride one of those scary, motorized skateboards. So…
Next week, a host of wellness groups will guide the community in meditative opportunities to celebrate the “Power of the Pause” during the first ever Contemplation by Design Week. The inauguration of this program is paired with the recent opening of the Windhover Contemplative Center, which is a special meditative resource. The whole week is an invitation to the entire community, students, faculty, staff and maintenance, to explore the value of experiencing time away from daily routine.
On Oct. 8, the major contributors to the Windhover Contemplative Center attended a private dedication ceremony prior to the official opening of the building to the student body the next day.
Re-run: Is the Stanford bubble oxygen-less?