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Re: Happy New Year

No meditation required-  just time spent in front of it- with 
occassional glances toward the light is enough.  BUT, you have to make 
sure you get a quality light that has the right intensity and spectrum 
of light.


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>I get that "SAD" (Seasonal Affect Disorder) from no sunshine and not
>>being outside. Some day...when I have money...(laughing out loud now),
>>I'm going to buy one of those natural light lamps and sit under it.
>Hi Jess,
>   I have one of those lamps in my office at work.  I had bought it for an
>   employee who said he suffered from SAD and said that it would improve
>   his productivity, but he quit shortly thereafter.
>   To be honest, I question the effectiveness of these things.  The manual
>   says that you're supposed to sit in front of it for 30 minutes a day and
>   'meditate' -- that is, not work or do anything else.
>   I suspect that if I meditated without the lamp I'd probably be just as
>   happy and $150 richer.
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