Neuroscientists have shown that the ancient Buddhist practice of mindfulness, or moment-to-moment awareness, reduces stress and increases productivity among employees. In this program, Mirabai Bush will teach mindfulness practices adapted for the workplace, including sitting and walking techniques to cultivate attention, insight, and a calm, centered presence as well as compassion practices to increase self-awareness and awareness of others. Learn exercises she helped to develop for Google Inc., including mindful emailing and mindful listening. She will also share her experiences in diverse workplaces, and lead discussions on “waking up at work” and being more joyful and happy while working.
Offered as 1 evening satsang
Mirabai Bush works with organizations to bring contemplative principles to the workplace. She is co-founder of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society and coauthor with Ram Dass of Compassion in Action: Setting Out on the Path of Service. Mirabai has a special interest in the recovery of womens spiritual wisdom to inform work for social change, and her own spiritual studies include Bhakti Yoga with teacher Neem Karoli Baba, intensive practice in Iyengar yoga, and studies with several Tibetan lamas.
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