Let's Meditate and Other Courses for Organizations
In the high stakes pressures of corporate life, the
ability to operate with calm and clarity, and to treat others with
dignity and respect, can easily be lost in the rush to get things done.
Meditation is a means to put a pause in our fast-paced days, and a tool
to nurture those qualities that can make us feel better about what we
do, and simultaneously improve our performance.
Let's Meditate is a six week course suitable for meditation in work
environments. Each module includes an agenda for facilitating a weekly
meditation group, or the course can be distributed to individuals
throughout the organization to take on their own.
A six part self-paced course on learning to meditate.
Entire course available at once for a one-time fee.
Each part of the course includes:
Downloadable two-page PDF
Guided meditation that can be heard online or
downloaded for listening devices
Five to ten minute instructional video for each
part of the course.
How It Works
1. Create Account
A designated administrator will open an account and
purchase the course for each participant.
2. Designate Names
The administrator will designate the names and email
addresses of participants, who will then each have personal access to the course.
3. Organize Group
Weekly meditation groups can be organized by your
organization for those who wish to participate.
Let's Meditate Modules
by Segyu Rinpoche
What is Meditation?
Meditation defined, and the three aspects of meditation
Time, place and meditation posture
A Healthy Practice
The key elements of sustaining a healthy meditation practice
Contemplating emotional balance, calm, insight, and compassion
The benefits of visualized objects in meditation and
how to use them
The link between meditation and day-to-day life
More Courses Coming Soon
Less Corporate, More Mindful
Harvard Gazette | February 19, 2015
Juniper co-founder Lawrence Levy returned to his roots
at the Harvard Law School in late February, 2015 to give
a talk about his career path from practicing law, to Pixar,
and now to founding Juniper - and how it all ties together.
“People often ask me, ‘Can you
be a strong, hard-charging executive if you're worried too
much about other people's feelings?’ And my answer
to that is always, absolutely you can.”
“Meditating has taught me to observe the habits of my mind.
When I begin to feel agitated, angry, or fearful, I now know how
to push the 'pause button.' This enables me to consider my
actions and words more carefully. I am more likely to act in
a manner that provides a greater sense of compassion, serenity,
and harmony. I feel better about myself and better about my
— Cheryl Certo
I started to meditate daily during an extremely
stressful period in my life. I found the act of just sitting
and quieting my mind to be enormously helpful. I began to
love the quietness and the challenge of taming my mind.