The Mindfulness-Based Occupational Therapy Certificate is for healthcare practitioners, all over the world, to integrate mindfulness more explicitly in our work as healthcare practitioners. We really are very empathic compassionate people, but we can become compassion fatigued, we can get burned out and so, mindfulness allows us to remain centered and it allows us to
– So, let’s ask the question of what spiritual discipline look like at work. I took the classic spiritual disciplines, things like study, and worship, and prayer, and fellowship, devotional practices, guidance, mentoring, et cetera Sabbath keeping, and I tried to translate these all and into anti-locks that would apply to our work. And its
The Mindfulness-Based Occupational Therapy certificate is for healthcare practitioners, all over the world, to integrate mindfulness more explicitly in our work as healthcare practitioners. When I’m more present, I’m much more in-tune with my own physical needs, but also mental and emotional needs, and also with my client because just being present, I can tune-in
once again I’m Grace Smith and I’m just going to lead you through a meditation at this time one for simple relaxation so when you’re ready go ahead and just close your eyes taking a nice deep letting go breath become aware of how your body is breathing naturally without doing anything to impact it
The Center for Academic Success presents: Visualization Think of a very relaxing scene. A place and time in your life where you were very calm, very relaxed, very much at ease. A mountain top, your front porch, swing, by the pool, any place that is relaxing to you. Close your eyes and use all of
I’m Bill MacLehose, I’m the instructor for HPSC0022, which is Science and Religion. Science and Religion is a module that addresses this long-standing idea that there’s a conflict between these two things, that which we call science on the one hand, and what we call religion on the other, and historically speaking, actually, that’s not
People have been thinking about the history of religion in America since well, about as long as there has been an America. I remember as an undergraduate reading the big fat books about American religious history and I thought they were lovely stories they just didn’t have me in them. How do we tell expansive
Between 1990 and 2010, 25 million Americans lost their religion. At the same time, they also began spending 400 million hours per day on the internet. Coincidence? I don’t know……. Hey everyone, Laci Green here for DNews. As religiosity in America continues to fall at a pretty dramatic rate, scientists have been asking: huh? WHYYYY???