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Guided meditations and information about Mindfulness from University of Michigan faculty and affiliates. Take a study break, hear about mindfulness research at UM and enjoy the offerings on mindfulness from members of the University of Michigan community.

Latest Episodes

Meditation on the Breath: Cultivating Patience

In this time of limited movement and social interactions, cultivate patience by focusing on the breath. Focusing on the breath helps us quiet down and regulate our attention. We can also learn to be patient with ourselves--accepting our mind's wandering during meditation, patiently bringing the mind back to the breath again and again. This can serve as a model for being patient with difficult life circumstances and difficult emotions that often accompany these circumstances.

22 minMAY 9
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Meditation on the Breath: Cultivating Patience

Consciousness, Mindfulness and the Academy

Frank Anderson and Ed Sarath discuss how and why developing a consciousness lens is important in higher education. Through mindful awareness and other techniques, the bulk of the conversation explores how we may catalyze fundamentally new kinds of thinking, conversation, collaboration, and curricular and research innovation. Consciousness, and it's transformative possibilities by grounding all endeavor in the dimensions of awareness has to potential to tranform the experience of students.

42 minMAY 9
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Consciousness, Mindfulness and the Academy

Grounding Meditation for Troubled Times-Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others

In this episode, Frank Anderson from the College of Medicine provides a guided meditation. This was originally recorded as a seminar for medical school faculty, but is applicable to all during covid 19 pandemic.

23 minMAY 3
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Grounding Meditation for Troubled Times-Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others

Guided Body Scan Meditation by Dmitry Berenson, College of Engineering, University of Michigan

Guided Body Scan Meditation by Dmitry Berenson, College of Engineering, University of Michigan

30 minMAY 3
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Guided Body Scan Meditation by Dmitry Berenson, College of Engineering, University of Michigan

Musical Selection - Quietmind by Ed Sarath

In this episode, listen to a beautiful piece by University of Michigan School of Music professor Ed Sarath, department of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation (more here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W--75FIKlc and Director of the Program for Creativity and Consciousness Studies. See more on the program here https://smtd.umich.edu/current-students-3/pccs/. More of his music can he found at his webpage https://edsarath.com/music/

9 minMAY 3
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Musical Selection - Quietmind by Ed Sarath

Responding Effectively to Triggers in Meditation Practice

In this recording, Nicole LaBrie, a clinical social worker at the MARI Psychological Clinic discusses how to respond effectively to difficulties in meditation practice. Nicole leads a trauma-sensitive body scan inviting the listener to use the resources discussed to care for themselves during the practice.

39 minMAY 3
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Responding Effectively to Triggers in Meditation Practice

Introduction to the University of Michigan Mindfulness Teachers Podcast

Frank Anderson MD MPH from the College of Medicine and Dmitry Berenson Ph.D from the College of Engineering discuss the University of Michigan Mindfulness teachers group, the purpose of the podcast, how mindfulness practices are integrated into life and culture, and how a sense of mindfulness across campus may provide a richer experience for the community.

28 minMAY 3
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Introduction to the University of Michigan Mindfulness Teachers Podcast
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Latest Episodes

Meditation on the Breath: Cultivating Patience

In this time of limited movement and social interactions, cultivate patience by focusing on the breath. Focusing on the breath helps us quiet down and regulate our attention. We can also learn to be patient with ourselves--accepting our mind's wandering during meditation, patiently bringing the mind back to the breath again and again. This can serve as a model for being patient with difficult life circumstances and difficult emotions that often accompany these circumstances.

22 minMAY 9
Comments
Meditation on the Breath: Cultivating Patience

Consciousness, Mindfulness and the Academy

Frank Anderson and Ed Sarath discuss how and why developing a consciousness lens is important in higher education. Through mindful awareness and other techniques, the bulk of the conversation explores how we may catalyze fundamentally new kinds of thinking, conversation, collaboration, and curricular and research innovation. Consciousness, and it's transformative possibilities by grounding all endeavor in the dimensions of awareness has to potential to tranform the experience of students.

42 minMAY 9
Comments
Consciousness, Mindfulness and the Academy

Grounding Meditation for Troubled Times-Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others

In this episode, Frank Anderson from the College of Medicine provides a guided meditation. This was originally recorded as a seminar for medical school faculty, but is applicable to all during covid 19 pandemic.

23 minMAY 3
Comments
Grounding Meditation for Troubled Times-Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others

Guided Body Scan Meditation by Dmitry Berenson, College of Engineering, University of Michigan

Guided Body Scan Meditation by Dmitry Berenson, College of Engineering, University of Michigan

30 minMAY 3
Comments
Guided Body Scan Meditation by Dmitry Berenson, College of Engineering, University of Michigan

Musical Selection - Quietmind by Ed Sarath

In this episode, listen to a beautiful piece by University of Michigan School of Music professor Ed Sarath, department of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation (more here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W--75FIKlc and Director of the Program for Creativity and Consciousness Studies. See more on the program here https://smtd.umich.edu/current-students-3/pccs/. More of his music can he found at his webpage https://edsarath.com/music/

9 minMAY 3
Comments
Musical Selection - Quietmind by Ed Sarath

Responding Effectively to Triggers in Meditation Practice

In this recording, Nicole LaBrie, a clinical social worker at the MARI Psychological Clinic discusses how to respond effectively to difficulties in meditation practice. Nicole leads a trauma-sensitive body scan inviting the listener to use the resources discussed to care for themselves during the practice.

39 minMAY 3
Comments
Responding Effectively to Triggers in Meditation Practice

Introduction to the University of Michigan Mindfulness Teachers Podcast

Frank Anderson MD MPH from the College of Medicine and Dmitry Berenson Ph.D from the College of Engineering discuss the University of Michigan Mindfulness teachers group, the purpose of the podcast, how mindfulness practices are integrated into life and culture, and how a sense of mindfulness across campus may provide a richer experience for the community.

28 minMAY 3
Comments
Introduction to the University of Michigan Mindfulness Teachers Podcast
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