Calm Amid Chaos: An Executive Guide to Reducing Stress Through Meditation

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Executive Calm Media Group, 2003 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
Charles Graybar began studying various meditation techniques. At first, his initial studies were under an aging Buddhist monk. Graybar understood from his own experiences that students of meditation that come from the west, due in part to the lifestyle challenges faced on a daily basis, would not be likely to respond most effectively to traditional eastern teachings of meditation. Due the ever-increasing demand for Graybar to teach his meditation techniques to a wide-ranging audience that spans corporate CEOs to postal workers to stay at home parents--all seeking to find meaningful levels of inner calm amidst the assaults of a daily existence in the world today, Graybar wrote Calm Amid Chaos.

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