“Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty…” – Theodore Roosevelt
That’s one way of looking at things. The less popular theory, especially in the U.S., is do less to achieve more. Neither is 100% right or wrong. Strike a balance. Be effortless in meditation and swiftly move toward greater success.
Studies show that work productivity dramatically drops after 50 hours of work each week, yet half of Americans admit to working more than that. Technology isn’t helping matters. Continuous access to the Internet, text, email and phone keep us constantly connected to work.
The good news is research reveals increased productivity, enhanced problem-solving, improved focus and memory can be initiated by learning to meditate. Which sounds like an excellent solution – if it wasn’t for the widespread misconception that meditation is difficult and requires a person to empty their mind of thought.
These three fundamentals of…
This is only a snippet of a Meditation article written by Julie Hunt
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