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Zen of Work: Online Course, 5/5 - 6/1/13

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Do-On Robert Thomas
Leo Babauta
May 5 - June 1, 2013
with Do-On Robert Thomas and Leo Babauta

Explore the Power of the Moment


Our lives are too often spent busy, jumping from one task to another, with meetings, emails, calls, texts, distractions, interruptions, annoyances, frustrating co-workers.

How can we find peace in the middle of this chaos? The answer is mindfulness, and changing our mindless habits.

In this month-long online offering, you'll learn simple habits of mindfulness that can transform your everyday work life, improving health, stress, effectiveness, relationships and happiness. The course will include advanced practices for repeating students or experienced meditators.

Zen teacher Do-On Robert Thomas of San Francisco Zen Center and Leo Babauta of Zen Habits explore the benefits of mindfulness in the workplace.

Sign up now and receive a free copy of Leo's ebook!

Fees: The regular price for the course is $175. For members discount ($150) please visit our members discount page.

To Register and for more information: visit the Zen of Work website.


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Do-On Robert Thomas
At age 34, Do-On Robert Thomas stumbled into a Buddhist monastery in the forests of Thailand and began his Buddhist life. Today, his kind and thoughtful presence is the result of a 20-year commitment to Zen Buddhism, including six years of intensive meditation at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, America’s first Zen monastery. He was ordained as a Buddhist priest in 2000 and received dharma transmission from his Zen teacher, Zoketsu Norman Fischer, in 2009. As a dharma teacher, Robert leads meditation retreats and workshops and gives public lectures throughout the year. He thrives in facilitating engaging explorations of Buddhist ideas and practices as they apply to real-life issues. He was president of San Francisco Zen Center from 2005 to 2013, and is currently a visiting teacher at the Upaya Zen Center in New Mexico. Since 1993 he has traveled extensively, studying Buddhism in Thailand, Burma, India and Nepal.

Leo Babauta
Leo Babauta is a simplicity blogger & author. He created Zen Habits, a Top 25 blog (according to TIME magazine) with 200,000 subscribers, mnmlist.com, and the best-selling books The Effortless Life, Focus, and The Power of Less.