Transform Your Working Life through Spiritual Practice - Half Day Workshop

Top Quote This Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center workshop teaches techniques that can help reduce stress and improve productivity in the workplace. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) July 14, 2011 - Westlake Village, CA -We've all heard the maxim: Money and success can't buy happiness. But do we really believe it?

    Most of us have problems and frustrations that we believe large sums of money could easily solve. However, in solving one problem, getting large amounts of money or success usually brings many more.

    According to Len Foley, CEO of a successful California publishing company and meditation teacher, "Money, success, and advancements in our career are external conditions that may make our lives convenient... and even temporarily pleasurable, but they will never make our lives meaningful nor provide us with any lasting, stable experiences of satisfaction or happiness."

    Foley continues, "Many of us spend decades working on external conditions, oftentimes acquiring a bigger house and many possessions only to realize that we have too much stuff and begin downsizing to a smaller house with fewer possessions.

    In either case, it's not the 're-arrangement of externals' that makes us feel any different, it's the transformation of our inner terrain--our mind, that will give us the lasting feeling of happiness we seek."

    Len Foley has been practicing Buddhist meditation for the past 10 years and is one of many volunteer meditation teachers at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center in Westlake Village, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

    "Meditation has completely changed my life," Foley says. "Fifteen years ago I was a mess. I was like a hamster on several wheels, incredibly ambitious and hard-working, yet making no progress on how content and satisfied I felt inside."

    On Saturday, July 23rd, Foley will be teaching a half-day workshop: "Transforming Your Working Life Through Spiritual Practice", from 10:30 am to 2pm at the center. The class will focus on specific, practical techniques for bringing mental stability and happiness to our busy, often chaotic lives.

    "We don't have to quit our jobs or give up all our possessions to be 'spiritual'," Foley says, "We simply need to change the inner terrain of our mind through meditation."

    Len is also the CEO of New Horizon Health, Inc., a company based in Westlake Village and the founder of one of the largest health events in Southern California: the Longevity Now® Conference.

    For information call: 818-508-7665 or visit

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