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Knowing every breath you take

Mirabai Bush, New York Times: In 1972, I was a 30-year-old American traveling in India, with the smell of incense in my hair and mantras repeating in my ears. Back then, if you had told me that I would someday be training employees of corporate America to apply contemplative practices to help them become more successful, I would have said you’d been standing too long in India’s hot noonday sun.

Yet not long ago, I was standing in front of employees at Google in Mountain View, Calif. They were dutifully following my instructions to feel the sensations of their breath as it passed in …

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Comment from Katie
Time: January 7, 2013, 4:05 pm

I found this article very uplifting. I’ve been drawn to meditation off and on over the years and reading things like this where not only are you more centered, but your work is better because of it, motivates me to stick with it and make it a life-long habit.

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