March 31, 7:30pm: A Religion of One's Own: A public talk by Thomas Moore
March 31-April 2: The Orange Box: A Conversation with Thomas Moore
April 25-27: Dan Siegel: Soul and Synapse - The Integration of Science and Spirituality
May 9-11: Soren Gordhamer: Wisdom 2.0 Retreat - Disconnect to Connect
Chronogram, March 1: Thomas Moore: Accounting for the Mysterious
The Times of London, Jan. 11: How mindfulness can help your children
Climate, Mind and Behavior Report: Variation and Diversity in Sustainability and Climate Work
From the blog, Dec. 1: Who Aids the Aid Workers?
From the blog, Nov. 26: Buddhist Contemplative Care Symposium
Video: David Frenette on gratitude
Contemplative Teaching and Learning blog: Coming to Care: Stories for Teachers by Teachers
Contemplative Teaching and Learning introduces contemplative techniques to educators to enhance their well-being and help them create school environments that support children emotionally, socially and academically. Aug. 8-13, the CARE for Teachers Summer Retreat offers teachers innovative, evidence-based practical contemplative skills.
The Climate, Mind and Behavior (CMB) program connects new insights from cognitive, social and behavioral sciences about the drivers of human behavior with new thinking about climate, energy and sustainability solutions. In 2014: Climate, Buildings and Behavior Symposium, Oct. 7-9. See videos: 2013 Climate, Mind and Behavior and Climate, Cities and Behavior symposia.
Transforming Trauma works to understand the factors contributing to resilience, and how they can be trained and sustained. April 7-11: Contemplative-Based Resilience Training for Humanitarian Aid Workers. November 6-9: Buddhist Contemplative Care Symposium: Communication and the Interpersonal Relationship within Palliative and End of Life Care.