Mirabai Bush: Creating Contemplative Organizations

Posted by on Jan 7, 2013

Mirabai BushMirabai Bush, the Center’s founding director and senior fellow, has been featured in the New York Times for her work in bringing contemplative practices and perspectives into corporate and organizational settings.

In 2012, Mirabai released Working With Mindfulness through the local publisher More Than Sound; Working With Mindfulness is a cd and digital download full of clear, simple, and effective guided exercises for bringing mindfulness to common workplace situations and activities, to help reduce stress, increase productivity, and encourage creative problem solving.

Additionally, through More Than Sound, Mirabai has been hosting free monthly webinars with leading researchers and authors, including Dr. Richard Davidson and Daniel Goleman. More information on the webinar series and registration for the next webinar may be found at morethansound.net.

If you are interested in learning more about Mirabai’s work in bringing contemplative practices into organizations, please visit her website, mirabaibush.com, or contact her by email at mirabai@contemplativemind.org.

Mirabai has been a pioneer in the work to bring contemplative awareness and values into mainstream settings. The Center’s Business Program began under Mirabai’s leadership in 1996, working with Monsanto to develop the first program in the country of in-depth insight meditation within a large corporation, including off-site retreats as well as on-site courses in meditation, full-day retreats in silence, and a dedicated meditation room at each corporate location. The program included discussions of personal and professional responsibility and visionary leadership among scientists and managers faced with critical decisions in agricultural and pharmaceutical biotechnology.

Working With Mindfulness CD

 

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