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Contemplative Practice in Higher Education: An Experiment in Teacher Development
Journal of Humanistic Psychology
Format: Journal Article
Publication Year: 1994
Pages: 53 - 69
Source ID: shanti-sources-60301
Abstract: Higher education is being severely criticized on a number of fronts. This article argues that a major problem with the university is that it is still rooted in dualism. Contemplation is generally practiced within a nondualistic framework that allows for genuine Self Integration. This article describes the efforts of the author to bring contemplative practice into a graduate school of education. Student experiences with various forms of meditation are described, illustrated by excerpts from students' journals.