Massive flood of information, increasing work speed, constant change. In today's business world, pressure and rush are part of the everyday life. Stressed employees and managers are under greater strain and prone to errors.
When the head is not clear, people tend to make wrong choices and act rashly. This behavoir has a negative effect on the working atmosphere and economic success of the company.
Meditation has arrived in the offices
Meditation has has become firmly established in our western civilized world. It is practiced as a method of relaxation and stress management as well as to support general well-being and concentration.
Companies such as Google, SAP, Siemens, E & Y, Ford, Nike and Facebook already rely on the power of meditation.
Professionals discover, strengthen and expand their mental abilities through meditation and mindfulness training. As a result, people at work approach daily challenges in a much more focused and confident manner.
It has now been proven in numerous scientific studies that meditation and mindfulness training can help to focus better, control emotions, reduce stress, and develop greater resilience. Meditation relaxes the muscles, slows down the heartbeat, lowers the oxygen consumption and calms in general.
Meditation is a form of mental training. It is one of the most effective ways to fight stress. Through meditation, employees internally become quiet and balanced.
This leads to relaxation, clarity and insight. The concentration and efficiency also improves. The positive effect of meditation has been scientifically proven. It can be viewed and practiced
completely free of religion.
The paths to more deep relaxation & productivity
Summary scientific studies on the effects of meditation can be found here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Research_on_meditation
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