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10 Results for Mindfulness

Music Without Borders: a Pianist’s Journey With Mindfulness

Talk Description Music invites us to embrace and examine our feelings and experiences as human beings. For concert pianist and C.A.F.E. 229 co-host, Dr. Joanne Chang, this has only deepened her journey into mindfulness. In this webisode of the Tzu Chi Center talk program, she sits down to chat about this journey as a musical performer and also as a volunteer for Tzu Chi USA. The conversation will also touch

Music Without Borders: a Pianist’s Journey With Mindfulness

Music invites us to embrace and examine our feelings and experiences as human beings. For concert pianist and C.A.F.E. 229 co-host, Dr. Joanne Chang, this has only deepened her journey into mindfulness. This March, she joins the program to discuss this journey as a musical performer and also as a volunteer for Tzu Chi USA. The presentation will also touch on the influence of mindful listening, connection with poetry and

Psychology, Ethics, and Spirituality – Unraveling the Knots of Modern Mindfulness

Talk Description Mindfulness has become a household term in American society, but not everyone agrees on what it means. In this talk, Frank M. Diaz will describe the similarities and differences between Buddhist and contemporary psychological framings of mindfulness and suggest an ethical path forward for studying and applying mindfulness in secular settings. He will also describe what it has been like to teach mindfulness to students in a secular

Psychology, Ethics, and Spirituality – Unraveling the Knots of Modern Mindfulness

Join us on February 19, when Frank M. Diaz will be our guest speaker in C.A.F.E.229’s Series Two, hosted by Joanne Chang since February 2021. What is mindfulness? While it has become a household name, not all agree on its meaning. In his talk, Psychology, Ethics, and Spirituality – Unraveling the Knots of Modern Mindfulness, Diaz, a scholar, and teacher in the field of contemplative science, will illuminate the similarities

Mindfulness and Mental Health Services

Talk Description In this talk, David Listen, shares his understanding and experience of the integration of the timeless Buddhist practice of mindfulness & the approach of modern mental health services. Having lived as a Buddhist monk for over 10 years and now engaging in the profession of mental health counseling, David brings a unique insight into the relationship between personal introspection, the development of wisdom and compassion, and the healing

Mindfulness Matters to Children: Cultivating Mindfulness During Childhood

Talk Description The premiere season of C.A.F.E. 229 explores how to transform distress into compassion and on mindful living in action. In this fourth installment, we are joined by guest speaker Randye J. Semple, Ph.D. whose talk is called “Mindfulness Matters to Children: Cultivating Mindfulness During Childhood” Mindfulness interventions have been shown to help children become more aware of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, enhancing their social-emotional resiliency and the

Mindfulness and Mental Health Services

In this talk, David Listen, shares his understanding and experience of the integration of the timeless Buddhist practice of mindfulness & the approach of modern mental health services. Having lived as a Buddhist monk for over 10 years and now engaging in the profession of mental health counseling, David brings a unique insight into the relationship between personal introspection, the development of wisdom and compassion, and the healing relationship found

Mindfulness Matters to Children: Cultivating Mindfulness During Childhood

Mindfulness interventions have been shown to help children become more aware of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, enhancing their social-emotional resiliency and the ability to make more skillful life choices. However, children (as the saying goes) are not just small adults. Anyone who has ever tried to make an eight-year-old child sit still for 40 minutes understands that adult mindfulness practices require significant modifications before inviting children to practice them.

Awake in the World – Contemplative Arts as Mindfulness in Action

Talk Description The premiere season of C.A.F.E. 229 explores how to transform distress into compassion and on mindful living in action. In this third installment, we are joined by guest speaker Dr. Deborah Middleton, whose talk is called “Awake in the World: Contemplative Arts as Mindfulness in Action.” In this presentation, she will cover how contemplative arts can be a pathway to develop mindfulness and compassion. Drawing on examples of

El Menahil International School Takes on Anti-bullying in Schools Program to Promote Great Love

Founded by the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation in 2015, El Menahil International School serves Syrian families displaced by violence and conflict by providing education and support for children, adults, and their families. Designed to boost awareness and build upon the concepts of great love without limits, the Tzu Chi Character Education team established an “Anti-bullying in Schools” program to help students and teachers spot the signs of bullying. Also taught in the U.S., this program was carried out via a 30-minute group class. The one-week course took place from February 28 to March 4, 2022.

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