Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence
Join us for 64 days of practice — applying principles of love and wisdom to daily life.
The Season for Nonviolence, Jan. 30-April 4, is an educational and grassroots campaign dedicated to the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi believed in the power of truth and possibility — that a person of conscience could awaken others by refusing to go along with existing injustice and by pointing out more just and workable alternatives. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. applied Gandhian principles to lead a successful movement for civil rights in the U.S. Framed by the memorial anniversaries of these two great leaders, this annual cross-cultural event creates a focused time to explore how shared values and common goodness can support all people moving toward a more just and sustainable future.
Hosted by the Holistic Health Learning Center (HSS 329), part of the Institute for Holistic Health Studies. For further information, see Season for Nonviolence and Daily Practices.
The Art and Science of Mindful Living: Simple Tools for Greater Peace and Performance
Monday, Feb. 11, 5-6:30 p.m., HSS 306
Speaker: Forest Fein, MA, lead instructor of Mindfulness Programs for Teens and Young Adults, UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
The Importance of Cultivating Character Strengths
Monday, Feb. 18, 5-6:30 p.m., HSS 306
Developing strengths-skills to flourish in the 21st century: courage, empathy, honesty and social intelligence
Using the Enneagram for Collaborative Leadership and Team Building
Monday, Feb. 25, 5-6:30 p.m., HSS 306
Speaker: Matt Schlegel, founder of Schlegel Consulting — for Evolutionary Team Effectiveness
Exploring We-Space and Collaborative Tools: Nonviolent Communication, Circle-Work and Relational Presence
Monday, March 4, 5-6:30 p.m., HSS 306
Speaker: Lynne Michelson, social worker and founder, Deepening Intimacy
Collective Trauma, Inner Science and Human Evolution
Wednesday, March 6, 7:30-9 p.m., HSS 135
Speaker: Thomas Huebl, M.D., trauma and mindfulness specialist