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Mindful Moments

Mindful Moments (MM) is a joint initiative sponsored by The Office of Religious Life, Wellness Center, the Center Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE), the Center for Campus Inclusion and Involvement (CICI), Athletics, and faculty across the campus.
 

Mindful Moments

 

Find your anchor by taking the pledge to have a Mindful Moment each day to de-s​tress, focus, and connect with each other.

What is a "Mindful Moment"?  Watch Reverend Katrina Jenkins explain it in the video below.

What is a "mindful moment"?

Reverend Katrina Jenkins explains the Mindful Moments program in the brief video below.

Take the pledge by adding your name to this Wejoinin list. Check out the next tab to see what you get once you've taken the pledge.

Weekly Mindful Prompts

We want you to find your anchor by taking the pledge to have a Mindful Moment each day.  Our hope is that, by doing so, you can de-s​tress, focus, and connect with each other.  

Take the pledge by adding your name to this Wejoinin list.  Once you sign up, look out for our emails:

  • Each week, you will receive a Mindful Prompt with a theme to reflect on in the Tars Together email.
  • Every month, you will receive an email with a listing of in-person and virtual programming, and tips from a few inspirational people at Rollins.

View the archive of the weekly Mindful Moments prompts here.

Weekly Mindful Sessions

Mondays at 4:30 (virtual)

  • Join Theatre Professor Missy Barnes in her Webex room (mbarnes) on Mondays at 4:30pm for 30 minutes of breathing, meditating, and letting go of anything that is not serving you.

Fridays at 3:15 (in person)

  • Join Jacqueline Bengston, Bonner Leader majoring in Religious Studies and Anthropology, on Fridays at 3:15pm in the Interfaith Room of Knowles Chapel.

Learn more about meditation here.

 

Share Your Moments

Mindful Moments is a Tars Together program, so share your moments with us and others.

Post photos on the Knowles Chapel Facebook page, Knowing Knowles, or our Instagram page, @knowingknowles.  Be sure to use the hastag #RollinsLife.

Send your emails, thoughts, suggestions, and videos to kejenkins@rollins.edu.