A Cure for One of America’s Most Difficult Workplaces: Meditation

Source: The Wall Street Journal

By Corinne Ramey

The first Buddhist chaplain in the New York City correction department tries helping jail staff at Rikers Island by transporting them to other, tropical islands. ‘When he speaks he’s so relaxing.’

NEW YORK—During a recent meditation class, Justin von Bujdoss, a 42-year-old Buddhist lama dressed in a tie and navy windbreaker that read “Chaplain von Bujdoss,” instructed his 19 students to close their eyes.

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