success story: Bring a yogic attitude to your work and find satisfaction in your job, no matter what it is

Kempton, Sally
May 2013
Yoga Journal;May2013, Issue 255, p61
The article discusses the stresses that are associated with being employed and finding employment and discusses the benefits that yoga practitioners can find from bringing some of their yoga principles into their work environments. Principles for connecting yoga principles with work principles from the yoga text the Bhagavad Gita, including practicing skills in action, doing work that suits your nature and doing work as service, are discussed.


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