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Dear Friends of ASU's Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience,
We are in a time of deep listening, needed reflection, and global hurt. Our world is experiencing a global pandemic, our nations are experiencing economic recessions, and our people are creating rally cries built on the experiences of oppression and racism. As we continue to work on our care and connection, let us also consider the need of moving through this healing world in a mindful way.
We are listening. We see you, and we would like to continue working with you to make this world a more inclusive, loving, and compassionate place. Beginning after our Hiatus (July 1st - July 15th), we will be focusing on this call to action and invite you to join us as we build resilience for continued advocacy and resistance to injustice, health inequity, and personal isolation.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this daily convening, the topics for this next week (6/29-6/30) and the online streaming information are below. *
Please note: Center will be taking a brief Hiatus from our Midday Mindfulness Sessions from July 1st - July 14th. We will return with more sessions on July 15th!
Monday: Mindfulness in K-12 Schools (Mindfulness First)
July 1 - 14: Hiatus/Break
If you are interested in joining us for this hour of contemplation, please use the YouTube link below.
12noon - 1pm
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: http://links.asu.edu/mindfulness
(Please note that you will be able to see, hear, and chat with us using this link. We want these sessions to be as interactive as possible, so please feel free to use the YouTube chat feature to engage.)
Please take extraordinary care of yourselves and those in your circles, remembering this is a time for encouraging generosity of spirit and emboldened kindness.
With care and concern,
Teri Pipe, Nika Gueci and the team at Center for Mindfulness, Compassion, and Resilience
If you'd like to join us, please make sure to read the housekeeping and ground rules (PDF).
We'd also like to give you some resources at ASU (LiveWell):
The video recordings of the previous midday mindfulness are available below or through YouTube.
During an outbreak like the one we are experiencing with COVID-19, the world and each of in it are in need of community and connection. Teri Pipe, Arizona State University Chief Well-being Officer, discusses the importance of mindfulness and mental health care during the COVID-19 outbreak. Visit the Arizona Department of Health SERVICES website.
The following podcasts are provided by American Organization For Nursing Leadership.
Learn how to better weather storms with mindfulness. Hear how mindfulness can help leaders and front line nurses face the challenges of caring in a crisis, and gain tools that will help you stay present and focused in high-stress situations.
As you lead through crisis, your team is in need of your care and compassion more than ever. A key to becoming more compassionate with others is learning how to be compassionate with yourself. Hear how to cultivate self-compassion to meet the needs of your team and importantly, to take care of yourself.