Is the Mindfulness Seminar Right for you?

59653_lotus-flower02-1-1383326_2.jpgAre you looking for something to do on Wednesday nights? How about trying something that can make you feel a lot better and gets you in touch with yourself. On Wednesday nights the Office of Academic Skills and Counseling Center are sponsoring a mindfulness seminar until April 20th. The seminar is every Wednesday night (except during spring break) from 7:00PM to 8:00PM. They are hosted in the Sophie Kerr room of the Library and are open to anyone. This seminar provides an introduction into mindfulness and helps one become aware of his or her self. According to the Mindfulness Seminar page on the Washington college website “Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment.” Each week covers a different mindfulness area; this week covers gratitude. The importance of mindfulness will be discuses, with and added focus on mindfulness being applied to college life. In addition to these discussions each seminar will be ending with a mindfulness practice

If you are looking for a break from all the stress of the semester then this mindfulness seminar is right for you. You get to take guided time to think about yourself and discover different ways to become a more mindful person. Hopefully the seminar will benefit your everyday life and allow you to become a more mindful person. Not only will this have a great benefit to you but will also benefit those in your life. If you think this seminar might be right for you give it a try!

Brooke Harig

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