The Research Project is your chance to add your own perspectives, voices, interests, and research to the class. It’s also a time to learn more about a particular area of … Read More
All semester we’ve devoted time and space to reflective writing. For the past few classes, we’ve intentionally written pre- and post-meditation, as we way of deepening our self-awareness of the … Read More
Thanks everyone for sharing your reflections and for your research into meditation programs, apps, and plans. I’m excited to see these projects develop over the coming weeks!
For this week’s … Read More
Meditation Reflection, Round 2!
Make an additional comment directly relating meditation to the Tolle reading. You should include a specific excerpt (quote with citation) along with your analysis of the … Read More
A friendly reminder to please go in and check your Midterm (mid-semester grades).
You can do this either by clicking on the link (that states, “Check Your Grade” … Read More
The Rubin Museum of Art has a current exhibit, Healing Practices: Stories from Himalayan Americans.
This includes an interactive exhibit entitled,”How Does Healing Begin?”
For this Class Discussion, please share what “self-care” means to you (minimum two comments — one original and one reply to a classmate).
This is an open-ended prompt, so approach … Read More
For the past few weeks, we’ve all been marking the anniversary of the Covid-19 global pandemic. It’s natural to have a complicated relationship to this “anniversary,” which is both shared … Read More