SanZen is a zen based attention management solution. Why is attention management important?
What happens when you attend a strenuous meeting, or have a conversation with a family member or friend while your mind is distracted with various matters? Due to a lack of mind space, you may find yourself getting frustrated during meetings or respond irritably in conversations with family members.
If you can clear your mind, you will have more room and be able to pay attention to the matter at hand. You will be able to show your true performance in meetings and converse with people around you with a sense of calm.
We offer solutions to help you clear your mind and improve Attention Management in a short time. We provide content that helps you clear your mind easily, quickly, and efficiently in your daily life.
Our SanZen solution is mentored by a major Zen temple in Kyoto, Japan with a vast history of 700 years.
We have taught thousands of people in person, including overseas corporate executives, and were invited to hold a workshop at a big IT company in the US.
Based on these professional experiences, we have identified the issues in attention management and developed a solution.
Zen wisdom was introduced and developed by Japanese Samurai who were under the extreme stress of “life and death” in order to regulate their own mentality. It has a great deal of know-how for clearing one’s emotions and focusing on the matter at hand.
We provide digital content to incorporate Attention management into your daily life,
as well as workshops and retreat programs to systematically learn Attention management.
Simply prepare a beverage and play the content to clear your mind in about 5 minutes. Our Youtube channel offers a lot of content with amazing scenery of Kyoto.
Our SanZen app will also be released at a future date.
Workshop for learning Attention Management. It can be conducted online or by visiting your company. Good for corporate training programs. When your employees learn Attention Management, you can expect improved business performance.
Retreat program held at a Zen temple in Kyoto. You can spend several days learning Attention management in a quiet environment away from everyday life. It is a great training program for your executives.