NOTES_2013-6-6:CEF

NOTES_2013-6-6 :CEF
1530-1730

PARTICIPANTS:

Anna Healy
Courtney Furlong- Welcome!
David Weksler
Roger Dennis
Maria Cecilla Salcedo
Mariana Vergara
Jon Mannion

VALUEs: commitment, consciousness, dignity, integrity, teamwork

The reflection exercise

Time vs. Value = outcome

Fear – moving with assumption

  • World issues + in justice = No solution

Going within + reflection + connecting with energy nature (mother earth)

Describing vs. Seeing = Go through the process

Analyzing:
• Where we are going?
• What are we doing?

Sync (synchronicity)

CAST STUDY (S)

  • Establishing: Trust + confidentiality = intuitive

1. Case Study                       [AH]
Lincoln H.S, Yonkers, NY
Extra Credit
2 Questions:

  • What do you think mindfulness means?
  • Share with mass school – what would be the result?

Result:
• Kids building a club 1/week
• Journaling

All Good = Inner Peace

• Time managements
• Attendance
• Review date for pre-assessment
• Restore
• Grades
• Attendance
• Hobbies
• Homework

2. Case study Dover, New Jersey                 [MIV]

Reactive vs. Creative

Reflection research vs. Applying knowledge

Reflects vs. Reacting

Pre- methodology:

  • Who is control group?
  • Action à integrity, dignity
  • Action research àparticipatory action research

Creating variable:

‘Knowledge from within’                                     [MIV]

Scientific approach – methodology

Technology –> www.mindfulnessintonaction.org

 

 

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About Furlong

Furlong = 220 yards, 660 feet, 40 rods, or 10 chains. I am studying Participatory Action Research through ‘Mindfulness into Action ‘ working on my own self-reflection and identifying my behavioral patterns. My field of interest is Ethno-botany. At the moment, I am developing a work file for the healing centers scope of work in Ecuador. Preparing for travel down to Ecuador for hands on experience with local Indigenous shamans and healers. Currently, I am working on integrating participatory action research of ‘Mindfulness into Action’ and performance arts exercising STEM (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATHMATICS) tool. I am interested in bringing joy to the world through movement (performance arts; dance and yoga) and education (‘mindfulness into action’ and STEM). Also, I am interested in bringing awareness of the cultural impact of human trafficking and abandonment of children. Through alternative medicine, I would like to aid victims of human trafficking with medicinal and spiritual healing. Moreover, I would like to embrace children who have been abandoned with love and compassion, and through epigenetics encouraging them to see that their future is limitless.

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