Re: Meditation in the corporate boardroom.
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>Thanks, Bob. You are always
> "Jeff Belyea" <jeff@> wrote:
> > This just in - an excerpt from an email
> > that I thought you (especially Bob) would
> > find interesting...
> > "...These participants are in high stress
> > jobs with no meditation experience.
> > We are having seminars all over the
> > country, but have only just received
> > approval to include Meditation training.
> > Are you available for..."
> > Jeff
> Yo Papajeff,
> I'm not surprised that you're once again being
> asked to help others deal with stress and learn
> about how meditation can help. Actually, don't
> you start another series of seminars this week?
> What I am still surprised by is how so many haven't
> opened the doors to the reality that meditation
> could help in the workplace. I recently had the 2
> extremes of this present themselves. One was a
> hospice where the director asked for help for
> her staff, and realizing meditations potential
> to help deal with stress, wanted them all to learn
> meditation. The other was in a workplace which was
> experiencing staff turn-over very frequently due
> to having to deal with anti-social (that's a kind
> description) young people. They decided that there
> was no value in meditation and what they needed was
> a system of greater punishment for misbehavior. And
> they felt this would help the staff cope better, so
> that's what they implemented. It's been about 6 months
> now, and guess which set of staff members has benefited
> and which has worsened?
> In any event, I'm glad to see that you have again
> been positioned to help lessen others stress. I've
> always felt that the most valuable thing one can do
> is to share the things that they have found have
> helped them evolve in consciousness.
> Peace and blessings,
there with constant kindness.
Yes, I am starting a serie of
seminars at a wellness center
in Florida this week.
Let's see...does more punishment
work? We legislatively punish
people severely for what we
considered the worst of all
crimes - murder. We murder them.
If that worked, we'd have
no more killing. How's that