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How can I relax or meditate in a public workplace?
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
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In brief: Very simple
In a public workplace, you don't need any particular posture or equipment to meditate.
Any activity you do can serve as a meditation -- from washing the dishes, to working on a computer, to answering the phone. You are practicing being present to exactly what you're doing. Jon kabat-zinn's book, "wherever you go, there you are, " gives many everyday life examples & lessons.

In brief: Very simple
In a public workplace, you don't need any particular posture or equipment to meditate.
Any activity you do can serve as a meditation -- from washing the dishes, to working on a computer, to answering the phone. You are practicing being present to exactly what you're doing. Jon kabat-zinn's book, "wherever you go, there you are, " gives many everyday life examples & lessons.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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