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Me, taking a "meditation selfie" on a lunch break. I set a personal goal to take several five-minute meditation breaks every day for a month. While I didn't quite hit those numbers, it still changed how I feel.
No quiet corner or cross-legged position required.
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I first tried meditation in my office about three years ago, when a group of colleagues met in a conference room for a quick guided session. I remember that first simple meditation so well: After abou...
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The RAIN acronym is an ancient Buddhist mindfulness tool to cope with hardship.
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A little bit of ‘om’ can lead to a lot of ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’.
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Four hours of ambient bliss.
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Even thirty seconds will help.
Yet another reason to schedule time off.
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Kids should be in on the action, too.
We take our bodies to a day spa, but where do we take our brains?
Basically, it will help you dominate in the office.
It's proven and it works. Hear us out.