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Recommendations for corporate executives - Part I
by Global Good News staff writer
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27 March 2007
In a recent Global Press Conference, Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, gave recommendations for the improved quality of life of executives, their employees, and their fellow executives.
Firstly, Dr Morris recommended that any executive should have all executives under their leadership learn Transcendental Meditation, and practice it in a group, especially before any major meeting at which they have to decide the future of the company.
'Creativity, simplicity of thought, and harmonious, integrated functioning of the group will increase dramatically,' Dr Morris said. All the executives will be easier to work with and more successful. With all the executives meditating and transcending together, 'It'll be a new world,' he said.
All the employees, in whatever the company does, should all learn to meditate. They'll enjoy their life more; the boundaries of their routine work will be dissolved by the silent unboundedness of their consciousness.
'They'll do it more efficiently and with inner joy; they will progress more; they'll take more responsibility,' Dr Morris said. They will find more creative, less costly and easier solutions for what to do, and they will be healthier.
Transcendental Meditation alone reduces health care costs dramatically, up to 50%. This is a huge problem for every corporation.
'Everyone should meditate and ideally the company provide time before and after work—on paid company time—to practice Transcendental Meditation in a group,' said Dr Morris. Companies that have done this have seen their productivity soar so much, and their absenteeism and sick days drop so dramatically, that they actually become radically more profitable even though everyone is working 40 minutes less a day: 20 minutes group meditations in the morning and afternoon.
Dr Morris also strongly recommended that every executive examine the building in which they and their employees are working, or where their factories or service centres are.
They should be oriented North, South, East, West, and have an East or North entrance, he said. The ancient knowledge of Vedic architecture shows, and is a common experience everywhere that when buildings are oriented in an improper way, it causes a lot of suffering and problems.
This can be corrected by getting out of wrong buildings and into new buildings that will be fortune-creating buildings. The increased profits from that will more than pay the cost of getting rid of the inadequate and misfortune-creating buildings of the past.
Global Good News will feature Part II of this article on 9 April.
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