MINDFULNESS – MAY DIMINISH STRESS AND INCREASE ENERGY
Zoltan Istvan Marosy and
Anca Alexandra Purcarea
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Andronicus Torp: Politehnica University of Bucharest
Zoltan Istvan Marosy: Universitatea Ecologica din Bucuresti
Anca Alexandra Purcarea: Politehnica University of Bucharest
Network Intelligence Studies, 2015, issue 5, 69-73
Mindfulness is increasingly being applied in companies as a means to increase, among others, employee wellbeing and energy, and in the same time to diminish stress. This paper argues that there seems to be scientific evidence showing that certain mindfulness techniques may diminish stress and increase energy, yet it seems that there is a period in the beginning of the mindfulness practice where the techniques have the opposite effects. These findings seem to be contradictory to past findings, which indicated that only two thirds of people practicing mindfulness techniques have positive effects from that practice. It may be that everybody can have positive effects from the practice of the mentioned techniques, just that some need to practice for a longer period before obtaining these positive effects. Further scientific studies seem to be needed in order to clarify the full spectrum of effects and consequences of practicing different mindfulness techniques, and just as important, if these effects are valid for everybody.
Keywords: Mindfulness; Human Resource Management; Stress; Energy; ElectroPhotonic Imaging (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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