Partial List of Past Events
- Stress Reduction Workshop on Thursday, Sept. 22nd from 5pm to 7pm in SBSB 3219
- Mindful Communication Workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 18th from 5pm to 7pm in SBSB 3219
- Silent Saturday on Saturday, November 12th from 9:30am to 12noon at SBSB courtyard.
Wednesday, June 15, 2022
KEL 5400 (Reading Room)
DEEP GRATITUDE TO OUR SPONSORS: Faculty Center , Library, College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Office of Undergraduate Studies
After a very long semester, here is an opportunity to pause, reflect and re-connect
with your deepest intention. Re-ignite the joy that brought you to higher education.
In this workshop we will introduce you to a variety of contemplative practices such
as mindfulness meditation, reflective reading and writing, deep listening, contemplative
movement, compassion and loving kindness. The benefits of these practices include
increased attention, reduced anxiety, enhanced resiliency, and heightened self -reflection.
At the conclusion of the workshop, you will have a variety of techniques to apply
to your interactions with students and colleagues. Staff, faculty, students, and administrators
are all welcome.
Facilitators include Ranjeeta Basu, Paul Stuhr, Jill Weigt, Marie Thomas, Jennifer Jeffries, Jocelyn Ahlers and Pamela Redela
First Annual Mindful CSUSM Summer Conference
JUNE 17-18, 2021
Mindfulness curious? Wondering about contemplative practices in higher education settings? Faculty and educational professionals can increase the engagement of students by intentionally including practices that increase attention, reduce anxiety, support resiliency in the face of challenging situations, and help students engage in self-reflection. Come join us for two half-days of facilitated conversations about the principles of mindfulness and explorations of the use of contemplative practices in the classroom and the workplace. At the conclusion of the workshop, you will have a variety of techniques to apply to your work with students and colleagues.
Non violence & Forgiveness Oratory
Mindful CSUSM coordinates special guest speaker Azhim Khamisa and author of “The Secrets of Bulletproof Spirit” to discuss non violence and forgiveness.
An estimated of 250 students and faculty signed up to attend this event.