SEED 1401 Mindfulness for Everyday Living and Transformation (M.E.L.T.)

3 hours; 3 credits

Invitation to explore the theory and practice of mindfulness with an emphasis on supporting student academic success and wellbeing in everyday life. Explicit relevance to the intentions of awareness, connection, insight, and purpose. Review of mindfulness applications in education including social-emotional learning and the arts. Examination of multi-logical approaches to physical and mental wellness. Application of an equity lens toward transforming ways of being that can support radical self-acceptance and care; with attunement to relationships, and environmental sustainability for collective wellbeing. In order to fully benefit from the experiential nature of this course, students will be expected to engage in embodied practices both inside and out of the classroom.


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