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Achieving Mindfulness at Work, No Meditation Cushion Required

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Achieving Mindfulness at Work, No Meditation Cushion Required

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In a recent seminar I gave for over 100 business professionals, I asked the participants to play a simple word association game with me: “I say mindfulness, you say ________.” The word that rang out in unison was, of course, “meditation.”

Mindfulness, it seems, has become a mainstream business practice and a kind of industry in its own right. Meditation instructors are the new management gurus, and companies including Google, General Electric, Ford Motor and American Express are sending their employees to classes that can run up to $50,000 for a large audience. Many mindfulness apps exist, nearly all of which focus on “mindfulness meditation.”

The proliferation of meditation in the name of mindfulness and the combination of the two terms naturally lead people to equate the two. Mistakenly so.

By most definitions, mindfulness is a higher-order attention that involves noticing changes around us and fully experiencing them in real time. This puts us in the present, aware and responsive, making everything fresh and new again.

Read the full article on New York Times Magazine  – April 2016


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Founder Mindful Brain

<p>Hello and welcome to Mindful Brain!<br /> My name is Ela Amarie and I am a psychologist, mindfulness teacher, and certified yoga instructor. As a Romanian woman, I have found a second home in the beautiful city of Zurich, Switzerland where I founded Mindful Brain in 2012.</p>


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