Sometimes, it’s difficult to take practical business advice and give it a Sahaja meditation spin. However, the Harvard Business Review published an article a few months ago that bears a closer look. “To Be More Creative, Schedule Your Breaks” by Jackson G. Lu, Modupe Akinola, and Malia Mason discusses how your need to be intentional about when you take breaks if you want to be the most creative you can.
“He was a big giant of a man…” said the lead protagonist of one of my favorite binge-worthy shows: ‘Newsroom.’ Will McAvoy of Newsroom was concerned about being reductive – his good friend, the producer of the show had passed away and the whole team was looking to Will for some words in memoriam. Strumming the guitar to the tune of ‘went to Memphis…” Will finally finds the words that could somewhat do justice to what was in his heart. The pain, the gratitude and the power of moving memories all gushed forth in a few pithy sentences that served as a soaring memorial to a great character.
It was one of those moments that many of us feel moved by – I certainly was.
October 18, 2017
The purpose of a human being’s life has been questioned since time immemorial. At Sahaja, we’re happy to tell you that we’re crystal clear about the answers to all questions relating to the purpose of our lives. These are answers discovered by practitioners through their own experience and learned from Sahaja philosophy.
Without further ado, here they are.
October 15, 2017
You’re a creative. You’ve spent time finding and honing your craft. Whether your work lands you in galleries, concert halls or in the hearts of those you love, creativity is the stuff your life is made of. When you’re a creative, your life choices align with and complement your work. If you’re a creative type, your emotional intelligence plays a big role in how you as a person come through your work, regardless of the medium you use. This emotional connection to your work enables you to connect with your audience.
Among a myriad of benefits, Sahaja mediation can offer artists and creatives refined attention, purified awareness, and greater emotional intelligence.