Tonelli, Marcello & Cristoni, Nicolo (2015) Meditation. In Wherry, Frederick & Schor, Juliet (Eds.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Economics and Society. SAGE Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks, California, pp. 1094-1095.
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The term meditation encompasses a broad range of different practices, including reciting religious scriptures, chanting sacred mantras, progressive muscle relaxation, exercising deep breathing, sitting in silence, dancing, or even screaming. Spirituality through meditation is becoming widespread in the mainstream business world.
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