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Getting Started with Mindfulness
This page lists just a few of the many resources on mindfulness you may want to explore. All books listed are available in the Seattle Community College libraries.
Mindfulness Defined from Greater Good: Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment.
Blog post from UW's Center for Teaching and Learning on mindfulness in higher education. Don't miss the video clip.
Mindful Tech by
Call Number: T14 .L489 2016
UW Information School professor offers guidelines for being more aware and attentive to our well-being as we engage with technology tools.
Includes "personal stories, news-you-can-use, practical advice, and insights to help you live a healthier, happier life."
Stop by the periodical shelves in the library to check out a print issue
or browse the web version
Resources For Meditation & Further Exploration