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Hey boss, a quick nap at work a smart move
by Jared Sandberg
Wall Street Journal Translate This Article
10 December 2004
In the November 25th Wall Street Journal article entitled 'Hey Boss, quick nap at work a smart move,' Transcendental Meditation was discussed as a positive tool for maintaining alertness, countering the growing problem of sleep deprivation among office workers. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of health.
Noting that sleep deprivation in our society is so common that it has become ritualized, the author interviewed a number of workers regarding various measures they use to stay awake during the inevitable afternoon slump. Most people resorted to extremes such as shining a light directly in their eyes, sitting in an uncomfortable position, or consuming candy bars and caffeinated drinks.
The article concluded in an upbeat note by describing a retail advertising manager who opted for the 'more spiritual stimulants' of yoga and Transcendental Meditation. The executive said that the meditation put him to to sleep at first, but that it now makes him feel re-energized.
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