This blog is the public face of the Mindful Living course taught at West Shore Community College. The course is rooted in contemporary scientific research on the relationship between mental discipline and academic success, and presents opportunities to explore self-reflective behaviors through a variety of activities such as meditation, journaling, active listening, memorization, recitation, drawing, body work, outdoor activity, and class discussion. Student contributors to this blog will publish detailed posts that purposefully examine the connections between mindful living, motivation, preparing to learn, and academic performance. We cheerfully invite public comments.
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