For 10 minutes, the audience of more than 300 sat with eyes shut in silent meditation, taking deep, steady breaths and clearing their minds of stress. That’s out of the ordinary at a Kellogg Distinguished Lecture Series event.
Then again, the journey of Pandit Dasa is also out of the ordinary.
Pandit Dasa speaks on the Power of Mindful Leadership at the annual LEAD2017 conference.
This presentation was inspired by Gandhi's quote, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." This presentation will encourage the audience to reflect on how they can become better leaders in whatever leadership role they are in, whether personal or professional.
If you haven’t noticed the rapid rise of mindfulness in the city, you may need to work on being more present! Over the last two years, interest in the practice of meditation has been rapidly weaving itself into the fabric of New York life. From neighborhood meditation studios to group seminars to weekly meditations at the office, it’s more than likely you have at least had some exposure to the rising trend.
Mindful meditation is certainly not a new phenomenon. Pandit Dasa, Mindfulness Expert and former monk is bringing mindfulness workshops and trainings into corporations throughout Manhattan and the U.S.
Our thoughts can cause a lot of turbulence in our mind. Everyday, we're bombarded by thousands of images, sound, and smells. Mindfulness Meditation and Mindfulness Workshops can help tame the turbulent mind.
Pandit Dasa, Mindful Leadership Expert, explains how miscommunication or a lack of communication can lead to all kinds of relationships problems, both at work and in our personal lives. This video will give us two very simple reminders on how to improve our overall communication.
It would be refreshing to see some mindful leadership on the part of our presidential candidates. The campaign seems to be anything but mindful. It seems as if the political candidates are willing to say or do almost anything to get into office. The things that are going on are absolutely disgusting and shameful.
As per Pandit Dasa, Mindfulness Expert, all leaders, political or otherwise, should try their best to “lead by example.” There should be an awareness that not only the people of the nation, but the entire world is listening to their messages and watching their behavior.
We cause ourselves lots of stress and anxiety by needlessly thinking about the difficulties of the past and worrying about things that may never happen. This video will help understand this phenomena and how to press stop when I mind goes out of control. Please enjoy and share!
Pandit Dasa, Mindful Leadership expert, encourages us to become aware of our mind and its tendency to drift all over the place, the better we can learn to focus it. Mindfulness Meditation practices can help build the muscle of the mind making us more aware of not only our environment, but also of ourselves.
Pandit Dasa, a world-recognized expert on well-being and meditation and a former "urban monk," will lead a workshop Oct. 4 as this year's Lovell Leadership event presented by APSAC and open to staff, students and faculty.
The workshop, titled "Principles of Mindful Leadership," emphasizes a mental outlook that accepts and accounts for emotions such that they can be controlled appropriately and not intrude on relationships and tasks in unhelpful ways. The event will be at 10 a.m. until near noon in Stewart Center's Fowler Hall, running 90 minutes plus 25 minutes for questions...