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CBD 2018: Savoring Stanford's Natural Beauty: A campus contemplative walk
Listen to the birds and the breeze. Enjoy experiencing the interconnectedness of nature and yourself. Delight in being conscious of every step you take; feeling the earth beneath your feet. Join us for an exquisitely guided mindful exploration of hidden gems and special spots on the Stanford campus.
Learn first-hand what the new science of awe‚ and the work of Dacher Keltner’s lab at UC Berkeley is confirming: that opening yourself to beauty and wonder can lead to a greater sense of overall well-being and improved health. Research supports the physical (healthy immune system function, nervous system regulation), mental (calms the ruminating mind, and promotes creativity), emotional (promotes positivity) and social benefits of spending time in nature.
Instructors: Sairus Patel is co-editor of Trees of Stanford (trees.stanford.edu) and editorial assistant of Pacific Horticulture magazine, where he serves on the Board of Directors. A life-long tree enthusiast, he gives tree tours of surrounding communities.
Carl Cheney is a docent at Stanford’s Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, where he leads natural science tours and is a member of the Herbarium Team. He has a B.A. in History from Stanford, and is a retired corporate organization development executive.
- Tuesday, November 6, 2018
7:45 am – 8:45 am
- Galvez parking lot at corner of Lasuen and Campus Map
Free and open to the public, registration will open on September 11th.
- General Public, Faculty/Staff, Students, Alumni/Friends
- 650 723-9649, email@example.com
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