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We live in a world where each day and each hour is consumed with noisy, busy, and sometimes chaotic workers which is not conducive to the spiritual harmony. Those who commute to work face the traffic fuss at every beginning and end of the working day. This is enough to bring us to a boiling point full of frustration and impatience. Meditation can help allow us to reach a place inside of us that can connect us to our issue and thus diminish the effects of this daily struggle for a greater relief of stress.

Meditation is a way to recharge your body and release all of the negative comments and remarks you hear in the news. Most of the events are merely tragic or violent which is not helpful to a peaceful mind. In order to find that place, we must meditate. Meditation can wipe away the day's stress, bringing with it inner peace. See how you can easily learn to practice meditation whenever you need it most by attending this lunch and learn.

Please join us while you leave your worries and troubles at the door and learn how to restore calm actions into your inner self for overall peace and reduced stress in your everyday life.

Learn more about meditation and the different methods of meditation. This information was provided by Mayo Clinic Website: Meditation & Stress Management.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/meditation/HQ01070

Don’t forget to come and “Escape the Stress and Recharge Your Body”, Wednesday, January 25, 2012 from 12:00- 1:00pm in the Peggy R. Williams Center, HR Conference Room GL-52. We’ll have our very own Ithaca Professor, Michael Faber, teach us the importance of meditation and how to take care of our minds. RSVPs are appreciated to 4-8000 or e-mail benefits@ithaca.edu.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Alison Bowman in Human Resources at abowman@ithaca.edu or x4-8000. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Work/Life: We believe in the integration of work and life outside of work.

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