A Guided Meditation on Mindful Working A particular arm of our research work at the moment is concerned with evaluating the utility of an eight-week secular (i.e., non-religious) mindfulness intervention we developed called Meditation Awareness Training (MAT). Part of our empirical work with MAT…
Category: Mindfulness, ResearchTags: Buddhism, Edo Shonin, Guided mindfulness meditation, Job performance, Meditation, Meditation Awareness Training, Mindful Working, Mindfulness, Mindfulness at Work, Occupational Physician, occupational psychology, Organisational Psychology, William Van Gordon, Work Effectiveness, Work Productivity, Work-related stress
Should Mindfulness be taught to Improve Military and Business Effectiveness? During one of our recent talks on mindfulness, we were asked whether we feel it is ethically and morally correct for mindfulness to be taught for the purposes of improving military or business effectiveness….
Category: MindfulnessTags: Buddhism, Buddhist teachings, Edo Shonin, Mental Health, military psychology, mindfulness and personal effectiveness, Mindfulness ethical issues, Mindfulness in Business, Mindfulness in Military, Noble Eightfold Path, occupational psychology, Psychology, Should Mindfulness be taught to Improve Military and Business Effectiveness, Spiritual development, spirituality, Wellbeing, William Van Gordon