TCU CALM Studies

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What is CALM?

Founded in 2012 by Andy Fort from the TCU Religion Department, the CALM Studies group offers the TCU community access to a range of contemplative practices. Over the last twelve years, we have hosted weekly meditation sessions, retreats, panels, film screenings, and other exciting events to promote mindfulness and well-being.

Previously known as TCU Contemplative Studies, we changed our name in 2020 to the CALM Studies group, which stands for "Compassionate Awareness and Living Mindfully." The four pillars - belonging, wisdom, compassion, and flourishing - showcase our commitment to mindfulness and compassionate living.

Your financial support of the CALM Studies group will be used for operational costs to allow the group to help members of the TCU community and beyond reduce stress and anxiety, foster belonging, and work to create a world that enables all beings to flourish.

Mini Retreat

This is from an earlier mini retreat. We host a two-hour event with several meditations, discussions, and a homecooked, vegetarian meal.

63 days ago by Ulrika Shragge

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