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Free Anti-burnout Class

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There are MANY causes for career burn-out. Ultimately, there is One solution.

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Seeing your friends burn-out and afraid of following a similar fate?

Overworked? Underpaid?

Love your job, but getting taken out by all of the stress?

Not respected by your boss or co-workers?

Feeling isolated or misunderstood?

Scared about the future? Afraid of losing your job?

Lacking purpose or direction in life and career?

Not sure where to get started in creating a new career you love?

There are MANY causes for career burn-out. Ultimately, there is One solution.

This class is about that solution. It’s about overcoming fears and putting in the effort to climb the highest mountain -- and at the same time -- cultivate inner joy, peace and confidence in what you do for a living each day.

Does this feel impossible to you? It’s not. Anyone can and should love their career. You simply need to shift your view of life.

"Life is too short to hate your job or be stuck in fear. Work can and should be a joy; it can even be your path to higher consciousness." ~ Chitananda


Chitananda has worked for many years as a Software Developer and Project Manager for some of the largest tech companies in Silicon Valley, California. He is now the CEO and Co-founder of a startup specializing in supporting Life and Career Coaches in expanding their reach and deepening their impact. Chitananda is also a volunteer Career & Spirituality Coach, with a proven record of lifting his people in position, salary and state of mind.

Chitananda has also studied Buddhism, in a heart-centered tradition, for over 18 years. He has applied these ancient teachings to many arenas in life, including sports, family life and career. As Chitananda teaches it, Buddhism is a psychology that leads the practitioner to peace, balance, happiness, and success in all of life’s pursuits.

"The ancient Buddhist and Yoga texts have been applied to farm life, monastery life, and family life for millennia. It’s interesting though; the Buddha himself also taught merchants! Why doesn’t popular media mention this, when covering Buddhism? It always seems to be about a guy with a shaved head. The Buddha also taught women, just the same as men. Why don’t they talk about this fact?!

The same teachings are still perfectly relevant to our everyday lives in this tech-driven world with all of it's beautiful complexity. In this world, the home office becomes our monastery, our work becomes our offering to humanity, our family life becomes a playground to practice compassion and balance. You see? We are in the perfect time and place to practice the ancient teachings and rise to new heights, both within our minds and in career!" ~ Chitananda


Simply connect via Zoom 5 minutes before the class starts:

Etiquette is very important for meditation webinars:

- Be 5 mins early or on time

- more than 5 mins late is disruptive to the class.

- Tidy your space, no distractions, no eating, etc.

- No one casually listening in

- Bring the same focus as you would bring to class in person

- Camera on please. Seeing each other fosters trust and a sense of community.



From Chitananda: 'Eternity "pays" me well to teach. I feel deep in my heart that I'm receiving something far greater than money when I share the teachings with others. Come, try, meditate.'


This class is designed for students and young professionals living in covid times. All are welcome. Beginners and experienced meditation practitioners alike. Religious and non-religious. People from all walks of life who want to learn to hone balance and happiness in their life, with a powerful career.


We begin with a short meditation. Then a talk on how to prevent and/or reverse career burn-out forever, followed by a slightly longer meditation. You may ask questions after class if you like.

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