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02 Dec 2015

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It’s all about the location

Tomas Jajesnica moved to the Docklands seven years ago, and brought with him an aura of calm, focus and laughter.

“I love it here, and if I had the chance to live anywhere I would still be living in the Docklands,” Tomas explained.

According to Tomas, the best feature of the Docklands is location, location, location.

“Not many places have the city in their backyard and the water in the front yard,” he continued.

Not only does he love living in Docklands, he also works here. This gives him the opportunity to spend as much time as possible around his favourite area in Melbourne.

Tomas works for himself as the “chief meditation officer” at Mr Meditate, and offers meditation and laughter classes to Docklands corporations.

“We are all chasing after happiness and this is keeping us from realising that we already are happy. In today’s society we are stressed, living with a constant information overload and losing productivity by having to multitask,” he explained.

Through meditation classes and the use of laughter, Tomas aims to create a calm and focused environment for his clients, as well as increasing their productivity.

His involvement with the mental health of Docklanders does not stop at the end of the working day. He is a central member in the re-starting of the Docklands Social Club.

“We want to have an arena where people living in Docklands can come together and inspire each other. The first meeting went great, and everyone talked about the things we are all interested in,” he said.

As for the future of the Docklands, Tomas is sure that more and more people will be drawn towards the area.

“It will be an integral part of Melbourne and significant for the future of Melbourne, both as a place for living and working,” he said.

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