Fall 2022 Offerings
CSU’s Center for Mindfulness
CSU’s Center for Mindfulness (C4M) invites you to join:
Mindful Mondays Series :
Meets from 12:00 – 12:45 pm MDT
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October 17 Soothing the Negative Voice
This session is about how to work with the critical or negative voice inside. We will discuss and practice mindful self-compassion and you will learn a simple exercise to use in daily life. Instead of mercilessly judging and criticizing yourself for various inadequacies or shortcomings, you can shift out of negativity when confronted with struggles.
October 24 How to Change Your Mind
This is the groundbreaking news of human development: Our brain is not a fixed machine, it is dynamic, responsive, and capable of shifting, growing new neural pathways and developing healthy habits that support happiness. In this session, we will practice a method to re-wire the brain over time to experience more presence and joy.
October 31 Meditation for Improving Sleep
By the end of this session, you will believe in your capacity to shift something to improve your sleep! We will practice a systematic process for falling into deep, lasting sleep.
November 7 Getting Into Your Body
In this session, we will explore bringing awareness into the body, so you can get out of your mind and into the present moment more fully. Embodiment is a skill that anyone can develop and there is a power that comes from being more centered. Able to tune in to see how you are feeling at any given moment, you can make intentional decisions about what you need to do based on how you are feeling.
November 14 Sharpen Your Concentration
Learn how “micro meditation” can enhance your ability to focus overtime, so you can stop inefficient multitasking and enjoy more productivity and stamina. Along with sharpened concentration comes the ability to direct your attention more effectively, so you can put it more fully towards whatever you are doing or not doing.
November 21 Stress Reduction With Mindfulness
Do you have things that bother you, but you can’t do anything about them anyways? In actuality, you can do something about it, you can be present to yourself and your experience in a way that helps reduce the stressful impact and brings more clarity. In this session, you will learn an exercise and practice a skill for mindfully managing stress day to day.
Join Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81220116613
Meeting ID: 812 2011 6613
Mindful Sleep Thursdays Drop-In
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CSU Health Network Presentations:
Covering a variety of wellness topics including mindfulness, stress management, self-care, and more. Visit the CSU Health Network Presentation Request webpage to view session descriptions and submit an online request.
Mindfully Managing Stress for Students
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Need to get a handle on your stress? This 4-session workshop will cover 10 mindfulness practices to support your well-being. Mindfulness is a way to train ourselves to be in the present moment with awareness, acceptance, and self-compassion. Practicing mindfulness can help us cope with difficult experiences, cultivate meaning, and boost positive emotions. In this series we will delve into mind-body techniques which can strengthen our skills for dealing with life. We will also have time to practice these new skills. Attending all 4 sessions is encouraged. Registration is required; space is limited. For more information and to register: https://forms.gle/bxyh9XUThHjFZikw6
Workshop 1: Tuesdays, September 13 – October 4th, 1:00 – 2:30pm
Workshop 2: Thursdays, October 6 – October 27th, 2:00 – 3:30pm
Workshop 3: Wednesdays, October 26 – November 16th, 3:45 – 5:15pm
Check out all the CSU Health Network workshops here- https://health.colostate.edu/groups-and-workshops/
Information Coming soon!
Colorado State University Health Network
Zen Club Weekly Meetings
- When: 5:30-6:30pm every Wednesdays
- Where: Danforth Chapel (The Oval, CSU)
- What: Zen Club weekly meetings provide an opportunity for students and community members to cultivate mindfulness, awareness and self-discipline through sitting and walking meditation. Also it occasionally brings to the campus speakers and educators of the zen meditation perspective.
*Contact Erich Stroheim (firstname.lastname@example.org), (970) 482-3811if you have any questions