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Preface

Trudy Sable, David Sable

Abstract


We are witnessing the increasing use of contemplative practices by university faculty, administrators, staff, and students: a quick glance at the table of contents in this issue shows the wide range of applications, disciplines, and cultural contexts. Since its inception in 2014, the Journal of Contemplative Inquiry has been fortunate to have received five years of research and personal reflections on the impacts of contemplative practices in higher education. The Journal has documented impacts on the personal and professional lives of faculty and staff, student learning and well-being, community-building, and intercultural dialogues.

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contemplative education

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