12 hours ago
Based on a True Story. Even personalities such as Eleanor Roosevelt, Albert Einstein or Winston Churchill petitioned for her life.
18 hours ago
Discover feng shui with a practical and straightforward method you can begin to utilize in your home or office right after leaving this lecture! In Eastern cultures, an understanding of the interaction between human and environmental life-force energy, or Qi, is vital to promote well-being and prosperity. For millennia, the practice of feng shui has been a fundamental instrument used to promote this integration. Unfortunately, in modern times, misinformation about the true principles of feng shui have led many to find the practice intimidating and confusing.
21 hours ago
“These children have ideas, often fine ones, and they express them vividly and beautifully, so that they make us feel what they feel,” he writes. “Hence their efforts are intrinsically works of art.” - Mark Rothko
23 hours ago
A Friday fun fact. - Although the brain accounts for less than 2% of a person's weight, it consumes 20% of the body's energy. What are you thinking about today?
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40 hours ago
Tomorrow night at the Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University! Join us! Free and open to the public.
42 hours ago
"The Undiscovered Self" by Jung tops this wonderful list! And there are three other titles here that appear on our shelves. Mind-bending shopping is always available in our bookstore!
43 hours ago
Join School of Rock Kingwood for our first Sunday Rocks. School of Rock has partnered with The Health Museum to present concerts the second Sunday of each month as a part of the Biorhythm: Music and the Body exhibition. Sunday Rocks kicks off February 11 with concerts at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. in the McGovern Theatre. Use code ROCK and you will receive one FREE ticket for every regular priced ticket. Tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket desk at The Health Museum. Music is a central part of the human experience, but what is the natural force that drives us to sing, strum, drum and dance? What is the scientific basis of whistling, humming and toe-tapping? BIORHYTHM: MUSIC & THE BODY is an engaging visitor experience created by Science Gallery Dublin. It explores the relationship between music and the body through art and science. From an acoustic bed to sonic tables and experiments that gauge your emotional response to pop music, BIORHYTHM allows visitors to feel how music moves you. For information and tickets visit: https://www.biorhythm.thehealthmuseum.org/
44 hours ago
We're still seeing a little ice around the grounds but the Chapel is back open and on our regular hours, 10am-6pm! Come on by!
44 hours ago
Join The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston on Sunday, January 21, 4-5:35 pm, for The Gospel According To André. #HOUMuse #HOUMuseZone3
44 hours ago
Join Asia Society Texas Center on Saturday, January 20, 11 am-12:30 pm, for Asian Food Tour Series: Traditional Persian Food With Chef Parvaneh Miri Of Garson Restaurant. #HOUMuse #HOUMuseZone2
45 hours ago
Thursdays in February & March, 5-6pm Pay What You Can - suggested contribution $15 Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese martial art whose physical practice offers general health benefits, stress management, increased energy, and improved physical mobility. The physical and meditative aspects of Tai Chi, which uses slow, repetitive movements, are recognized as relieving the physical effects of stress on the body and mind. Led by instructor Henderson Smith, Tai Chi classes are held from 5pm to 6pm on the Chapel grounds near the reflecting pool and Barnett Newman’s sculpture Broken Obelisk. The classes are suitable for beginners as well as the experienced Tai Chi practitioner. Loose fitting, comfortable clothes are appropriate attire. In case of inclement weather, small sized classes will be held inside the Rothko Chapel. Henderson Smith is the founder of Living Well Therapies - Houston, Texas and is a certified instructor in Tai Chi.
46 hours ago
We are open and hope to see you today. Bundle up and come on over. #letitmoveHou
2 days ago
Brandi Beckett and Simon Cox, Daoist Tradition Pay What You Can, suggested value $10 For the month of February, the Rothko Chapel presents a meditation in the Daoist tradition. Led by Brandi Beckett and Simon Cox of Wudang Houston 武当休士顿, this session will explore Daoist Inner Alchemy from the San Feng lineage. The Daoist Inner Alchemy is a form of Daoist meditation centered around becoming familiar with the energies and energetic pathways in one’s body, breaking down the barrier between body and mind. About the presenters: Brandi Beckett and Simon Cox both spent six years living and training in China at the Wudang Daoist Traditional Kung Fu Academy. While there, they studied kung fu, tai chi, qi gong, Daoist meditation, Daoist music, and Chinese. Simon and Brandi became lineage holders of the San Feng sect in 2012. They teach donation-based Daoist martial arts, Tai Chi, and meditation at Fleming Park. Classes are held Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 5:00 p.m., and Saturday Tai Chi at 10:00 a.m. For more information visit wudanghouston.com About the series: Since September 2005, on the first Wednesday of each month from 12-1pm, the Rothko Chapel hosts a meditation or contemplative practice focusing on a different spiritual or faith tradition featuring teachers and religious leaders from throughout the greater Houston community. The Twelve Moments: Experiencing Spiritual and Faith Traditions series provides opportunities for visitors to learn more about a specific spiritual or faith tradition, and experience a related meditation or contemplative practice, such as prayer, chanting, etc. To learn more about the series and see a list of monthly offerings, follow this link: http://rothkochapel.org/experience/twelve-moments-series/
2 days ago
What's your favorite place to bring out-of-towners in Houston??
2 days ago
A Complimentary Reception - Enjoy the Charalampous Art Collection http://p0.vresp.com/E1dwC5 #vr4smallbiz
2 days ago
Due to icy conditions in and around the city we will remain closed today. Please stay safe.
2 days ago
Join Contemporary Arts Museum Houston on Friday, January 19, 6:30-9 pm, for Opening Reception | Dissent And Desire. #HOUMuse #HOUMuseZone3
3 days ago
The Jung Center will be closed again today, Wednesday, 1/17/18, due to the continued inclement weather and icy conditions. Answering Your Call and After the Storm Resiliency Training will be postponed until next week. Everyone stay safe and warm!