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Mindful : April 2017
Things that spark our minds, touch our hearts, make us smile— or roll our eyes. Keep up with the latest in mindfulness. Top of Mind You’re a busy New Yorker, stressed out, always running. Life is just too fast. And you never enjoy all the culture the city has to offer. Who has time? Visitors, that’s who. Maybe you are one of those visitors, trying to find the truly unique New York thing to do. The Museum of Mod- ern Art, ever the trailblazer, has just the thing: Quiet Mornings. The first Wednesday of every month the fourth- and fifth-floor galleries open at 7:30 a.m ., offering, MoMA says, “a rare chance to look slowly, clear your mind, silence your phone, and get inspiration for the day and week ahead.” In the morning quiet, you can fully drink in Monet’s “Water Lilies,” Rothko’s bold color combina- tions, or Agnes Martin’s minimalist landscapes, among other works. The event, cosponsored by Flavorpill, ends with meditation guided by a guest teacher from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m . A lim- ited number of tickets (at discounted prices) are available online and first-come, first-served the day of, to ensure things don’t get too crowded. “ While silence is not enforced,” Jessie Cappello of MoMA’s special program- ming and events department told Mindful, “it is observed. It’s a truly wonderf ul space.” A Gym for the Brain? The Art of Being Quiet A new meditation studio in Dallas promises a lot more than relaxation. Calling itself a “gym for your brain,” Mastermind has partnered with the University of Texas at Dallas’ Center for Brain Health to teach meditation classes informed by neuroscience. what’s new PHOTOGRAPHSCOURTESYGRATISOGRAPHY,MASTERMIND