Learn about the origins, benefits, and practice of Meditation and Mindfulness with a lecture by Rosie Lynch. This lecture was originally presented to members of Sigma Alpha Lambda, JMU’s Co-ed Honors Fraternity for Service, Achievement, and Leadership. Rosie provides an a brief overview of the roots of meditation in Eastern religious traditions like Buddhism and Hinduism and summarizes how mindfulness has become an increasingly popular research interest in the fields of science and medicine with attention to some of its profound health and wellness benefits. She also leads the audience through 3 mindfulness exercises: a short silent meditation, a longer guided meditation, and a simple mindful eating activity. Skip to 10:40 to try out a guided meditation!
If you don’t like what you see on your Instagram or Facebook feed, it might be your problem. You don’t have the constitutional right to not get offended!
A simple tutorial on one proven method* to reduce stress and anxiety in your daily routine.
*this method has not been proven, but it’s still pretty neat.
Changing habits is difficult, and can become onerous when they’re habits built up over an entire lifespan. The key to making these changes last is to do them slowly, and keep track of your progress.
Do you know how you established your values or where they originate? For us to live an enlightened, meaningful life we need to have values that are truly our own.
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