Meditation Sessions - drop-in!
Fisher Student Center , TuesdaysMasonboro Island Room - 2011
|Sept. 15||4-5 PM|
|Sept. 22||4-5 PM|
|Sept. 29||4-5 PM|
|Oct. 6||4-5 PM|
|Oct. 20||4-5 PM|
|Oct. 27||4-5 PM|
|Nov. 3||4-5 PM|
|Nov. 10||4-5 PM|
|Mar. 24||4-5 PM|
|Nov. 17||4-5 PM|
|Dec. 1||4-5 PM|
MINDFULNESS BASED STRESS REDUCTION (open to enrolled students)
If Interested, please contact the UNCW Counseling Center to register at 962-3746. Space is limited. Meets in FSC 2011, Masonboro Island Room
Little things and big celebrations keep us in-Harmony with the earth and our environment.
- Remember to be mindful of others: speak softly on cell phones; and watch out for walkers on cell phones when skateboarding.
- Give your time to those in need.
Mind - Body - Spirit
In Harmony is dedicated to understanding the relationship of our mind, body, emotions and spirit for our experience of harmony, peace, confidence and creative drive - in our studies, work and life direction.. When our thoughts, feelings and activities are in harmony with our deepest values and life purpose we find growing meaning in our academic studies, our relationships, careers and life.
The modern science of mind-body-spirit disciplines reinforces traditional knowledge around the world that when there is proper nurturance of mind and body - sustained by nature and our inner spirit - health and well-being prosper. We enhance this nurturance through abalanced life-style and mind-body activities that are natural to us, such as meditation, exercise, creativity, good food, music, reading, discussion, and spending time with nature and good company.
The only things in my life that compatibly exists with this grand universe are the creative works of the human spirit.
- Ansel Adams
Culture of the mind must be subservient to the heart.
- Mohandas Gandhi
To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.
Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.
- Kahlil Gibran