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This Blog is sponsored by Antioch University New England and edited by Susan Dreyer Leon. It is a space where our education students, faculty and alumni can come together to continue to investigate how the practice of mindfulness meditation can be of benefit to teachers, teaching and schools. Please feel free to contribute stories, events, links, articles, and commentary. We also joyfully invite outside participation.  You can also find our group on Facebook as the Global Group “Mindfulness for Educators.”

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  1. Dear Friends of Mindfulness,

    Spring is almost here and with it Newton Community Educations’s 4th Mindfulness Series. Please join us for “Mindfulness: Changing Our Minds, Our Lives, Our World.

    Thursday, April 7 – Steve Armstrong – Mindfulness: Practicing Well-Being (note that this talk will be begin at 7:30pm) http://www.vipassanametta.org/

    Tuesday, April 12 – Sara Lazar – Changing the Brain: Neural Mechanisms of Mindfulness Practice
    http://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/~lazar/index.html

    Wednesday, April 27 – The Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi – Mindfulness: A Lifetime of Wholesome Awareness
    http://thecenter.mit.edu/people/staff/tenzinbio/

    Wednesday, May 4 – Kate Lila Wheeler: Action, Attention, Insight, The Buddha’s Prescription for Lasting Change
    http://katewheeler.com/blog/

    All talks start at 7pm except Thursday April 7 which starts at 7:30pm

    Program Cost: $70 for series – $20 per talk. For more information and/or to Register go to http://www.newtoncommunityed.org or call us at 617-559-6999.

    Please help us promote this very special program. If you wouldn’t mind forwarding this info to others you feel would be interested it would be very much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Ed Hauben
    Director, NCE

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