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Meditating is easier than you think-and it's a great antidote to the ADD we all suffer from in the distracting electronic age, according to Robert Thurman, Columbia University Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies. "You don't have to seclude yourself in a corner," says, Thurman, an ordained Buddhist monk. It's more a matter of watching the way your mind works, and learning how to "change the channel" when thoughts start heading off in the wrong direction.