You don’t have to sit in the lotus position on top of your desk during lunch, burn incense, and risk setting off the sprinklers to be a monk at work.”
Bring the best version of “you” to work
Inside you, there’s an inner monk -a representation of that kinder, best version of yourself that you might leave at home each weekday- and it wants to be expressed through you 24/7… even during your 9-5.
But a lot of us leave our inner monk at home and become someone completely different at work. Why is that? It certainly doesn’t make us any happier.
Blurring the line between your work life and your life’s work
Your work life doesn’t fully define you, but it is how you express your unique abilities and talents most of the time. I’ve found that by spending a few minutes in quiet solitude each day just observing my thoughts arise and fade, that my inner monk is present more in my daily work life.
This informal, yet very personal experience, helps me blur the line between my work life and my life’s work. This practice has transformed my life and my work. I’m more content, more kind and compassionate, and more focused both at home and at work.
By initiating a practice of mindfulness meditation, your inner monk will start showing up to work on a consistent basis, too.
You can get started right here
I wrote an ebook called, How to Be a Monk-At-Work and I’d like you to have a copy, free of charge.
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