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MAINTAINING MINDFULNESS IN ORGANIZATIONS; PRACTICE OF MINDFULNESS PROMOTE LEAD TO CREATION OF A LEARNING ORGANIZATION

    2 Author(s):  GUANGPUANANG KAHMEI,BHARAT BHATT

Vol -  11, Issue- 6 ,         Page(s) : 353 - 364  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

In this paper, the authors explore the breakthrough of human consciousness and how mindfulness practice immensely contributes to this endeavor. They discuss the inherent problem of the contemporary workplace: the pain and suffering; physiologically, psychologically, and emotionally, due to myriad reasons, such as incivility, mismanagement of change, unhealthy competition and the consequential breakdown of relationships, leading to a weakening of the socio-biological immune-system. The paper then attempts to prove that mindfulness practice opens the possibilities for healing by cultivating humane qualities such as compassion, kindness, and the promotion of physio-psychological well-being. Thereby, argues that mindfulness practice improves cognitive functions, collective inquiry by unearthing one’s internal picture of the world, and ushering a new level of consciousness, which may pave a pathway toward creating a learning organization.

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