Start: September 13, 2019 3 p.m.
End: September 13, 2019 4 p.m.
Location: David Owsley Museum of Art
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David Owsley Museum of Art
765-285-5242
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Meditation in the Museum is in the Asian Art Gallery or the African Art Gallery (unless otherwise noted) at 3 p.m. most Fridays during the academic year.

Sessions are free and open to the public, and each lasts approximately 45-60 minutes. RSVPs are not necessary; simply stop by. A towel, blanket, or yoga mat is recommended.

Schedule for Fall 2019

  • September 20 – Coloring your stress away with the Counseling Center
  • September 27 – Entering the state of non-desire with Dr. George Wolfe
  • October 4 – Compassion: Improving your relationship with self and others with the Counseling Center
  • October 11 – The role of thoughts in meditation with Dr. George Wolfe
  • October 18 – Guided meditation with music with the Counseling Center
  • October 25 – The heart and the experience of surrender with Dr. George Wolfe
  • November 1 – Channeling your creativity into mindfulness practice with the Counseling Center
  • November 8 – Awakening your faculties of insight and realization with Dr. George Wolfe
  • November 15 – Guided meditation for relieving stress with the Counseling Center
  • November 22 – Liberation from past impressions with Dr. George Wolfe
  • November 29 – No Meditation in the Museum due to Thanksgiving Break
  • December 6 – Laughter yoga with Certified Laughter Yoga leader Cindy Cash in the Sculpture Court

Meditation in the Museum is presented by the Ball State University Counseling Center and Dr. George Wolfe, Professor Emeritus at Ball State University, with laughter yoga by Cindy Cash, with the support of the David Owsley Museum of Art.

Faculty and Staff participating in the LiveWell Incentive Program receive one point for attendance.

Presented by the Ball State Meditation Partnership and featuring the Ball State University Counseling Center and Dr. George Wolfe for meditation, and Cindy Cash for laughter yoga, with the support of the David Owsley Museum of Art. Dr. Wolfe is Professor Emeritus at Ball State University, where he served as director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies.