What meditation techniques do we use?
Our experience has shown that the so-called “active” meditations are the quickest and most effective way of getting deep into silence and observation. Active techniques include a variety of phases of physical activity and silence. Activities vary by technique and can include laughing, crying, jumping, dancing, humming, walking and much more. The silence phases take place while lying, standing or sitting. The techniques differ greatly in detail and area of application. We combine the active meditations with various mindfulness exercises and short meditations. The origin of the techniques is very diverse. Some techniques are thousands of years old and are partly derived from the great monotheistic religions. Other techniques are quite modern and have been defined within the last century. Our approach is characterized by the mix of these diverse techniques.
For us meditation is not a dull affair, but pure joy. We love to meditate and have fun doing it. We’d love to share the joy of meditation with you!
What does Meditation4Business & Work as Meditation mean?
A workshop, retreat or boot camp is often a very good introduction to a certain topic. The real challenge is to transfer what you have learnt and what you have experienced into your daily work and life. As we ourselves come from a business background and have many years of office experience, we have given a lot of thought to this issue. This approach led us to the creation of our hashtag #Meditation4Business.
After each of our workshops, participants receive detailed tips, practices and exercises to integrate meditation into their daily work. Management support provided, “work as meditation” can emerge. With the right approach, any activity can be performed meditatively. Of course, there are differences in the degree of difficulty and some might consider this impossible at first sight. However, we have made the experience and still make it every day on ourselves that “work as meditation” can work. Meditation should not be considered separately from everyday working life but integrates itself perfectly into the daily routine. It helps to work much more efficiently and to be more efficient without feeling stressed and exhausted.
We see our duty in this regard to enable an appropriate introduction into this topic, so that the first simple and repetitive tasks can be carried out meditatively. Gradually this approach can be extended to more difficult areas of application, such as writing e-mails or even conducting a meeting or telephone conference. It would be our pleasure to accompany you during the integration of “work as meditation” in your company.