PROLOGUE Tenzin Dorje (pronounced Ten-zin Door-jay) Zheng-po Monastery, Tibet March 1959 I am alone in the sacred stillness of the temple, lighting butter lamps at the Buddha’s feet, when I first realize that something is very wrong.
Challenges At Work The challenges we face at work are unprecedented and multiplying. They include technological advancements demanding immediate, round-the-clock responsiveness; increasingly onerous regulation, tougher performance measurements; unprecedented volatility in our external environments and the constant need to do more with less.
This question sometimes comes up at seminars and is one that interests me having trained as a hypnotherapist before I came to meditation. Since I was a boy I was fascinated by the way that hypnosis provides direct access to the subconscious mind. And so, some years ago while living in London, I learned a few of the techniques in the hypnotherapy/NLP toolbox. I never intended to make this my career, but what I learned has been useful in my personal and professional life.