The recent elections created a divide in our country. Many people were happy with the election outcome while many others felt angry, letdown, frustrated, and even hopeless. How do we make sure that this mood and all the emotions we’re carrying around don’t end up on the dinner table when we sit down for Thanksgiving dinner?
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.
Dubai – MENA Herald: Stress. That common feeling we experience every day, perhaps every hour at our workplace and at home. It is the nature of the mind that gives rise to most of the stress, anxiety and fear, according to Pandit Dasa, US-based speaker and meditation teacher. Dasa presented a morning session prior to official opening of the summit with his talk on Crash Course on Life: Surviving Stress, on the first day of the World Government Summit in Dubai...