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October 28 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
In relational mindfulness, we practice mindfulness in interactions with other people. Paying attention to others and receiving attention from others can help us deepen concentration and mindfulness.
Relational mindfulness is always grounded in the practices of kindness and joy. In these drop-in sessions we will cultivate curious, open attention amid live interactions with other people. During this series people of all ages will deepen their capacity to enjoy the simplest sorts of interactions with others.
FREE for UCLA Students and Staff
Meeting ID: 813 6669 9971
Tanzanite Msola has a long-term interest and passion in supporting young people academically, emotionally, and helping them achieve a creative outlet. Tanzanite spent many years in Massachusetts working with young people from all different cultural and economic background, with all levels of ability and disability. Tanzanite was introduced to meditation at a young age by attending the Insight Meditation Society’s (IMS) Family and Teen Retreats. As Tanzanite leaned into “adulthood” she returned as a staff volunteer for IMS Teen Retreats and has worked for Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme), and Awake Youth Project. In 2018 Tanzanite completed the iBme Teacher Training Program.