Contemplative Principles and Practices: A Resource List

In higher education contemplative practices are intentional and inclusive, promoting relationship-building through journaling, storytelling, deep listening, coaching, and collaboration. Contemplative practices include movement, stillness, creativity, reflection, activism, and more. Further, contemplative practices promote well-being and reduce stress through yoga, walking meditations, mindfulness practices, martial arts, and dance.

To discuss how contemplative practices apply to teaching, learning, and instructor or student well-being, please contact Linda Stewart at  

See the “Tree of Contemplative Practices” at this link