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Amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are told to remain calm. However, as you know, simply being told to remain calm doesn’t exactly cut it… particularly when the health, safety, and well-being of our loved ones and ourselves is on the line.
Yes, this too shall pass…. but how do we deal with and live in the now? Here are just few approaches and some practical information you may find helpful.
Recognizing and Activating Your (New) Purpose
This is for those of you who have been displaced in your job or your roles within your household because of the COVID-19 pandemic. For some, loss of a role or purpose closely tied to one’s identity as well as with the practical financial. Job and financial challenges are daunting anytime… but within an economic shutdown can be more overwhelming. Even those who volunteer or play important roles in their communities can experience similar loss in a sense if identity or purpose.
Having a sense of purpose… knowing how you can contribute or offer help in a situation based on your innate talents… helps ward off or at least lessen feelings of depression and anxiety. In its truest and simplest form, a person’s purpose is deeper and has more of a universal purpose than their title on their business card. Some examples include
Asking for Help
During times like these, people can feel isolated and alone… and unsupported. Much of this comes from discounting their own needs. Thus, they don’t reach out to others for help.
How often do we expect others to read our minds and just know what we need? Others have their own challenges and they may not notice ours if we pretend to be holding it together.
If we want support, we need to practice self-support. And the act of asking for help is an action of self-support. We can do this while practicing social distancing through texting, emailing, and just old-fashioned calling on the phone. Yes, asking takes courage. However, you will both get the support you need and deepen your relationship with the person you are asking.
And when it comes to needing help specific to the coronavirus, here are other resources available for to you. Note: Although many of you live outside of Illinois, I included the IL. link to help you find similar resources in your state (or country).
Getting Fresh Air and Exercise
Great news! A free and effective elixir that is still available to us during trying times is nature. Going for a walk provides exercise along with an opportunity to connect with nature and know its beauty is still available to us. And for those of you with kids, the fresh air and exercise can help take the edge off of that hyper and nervous energy they have during this jolt to their routine.
Connecting with nature not only gives you the physical and emotional benefits but also opens your third eye and intuition to practical solutions. Many a times, I’ve programmed my mind to be open to solutions on everything from creative projects to practical quandaries. And it never ceases to amaze me with how fluidly actual answers or direction come through during my walks. Now if you aren’t a walker, taking a few minutes to sit outside and soak up some vitamin D can give you some of the same benefits.
Many gyms are making workout videos available to their members… or you can find some on YouTube if you aren’t a gym member or just want to try something new. And as they say… “There’s an app for that”.
Because these times can be more sedentary, it’s important to move around. Set a timer if needed to remind you to stand up, stretch, and just move to reduce back and neck strain from not moving.
Maintaining a Flexible Routine
Creating some predictability in unpredictable times can provide a sense of control and security. It also helps with creating a sense of purpose to your day. Set mini goals for your day with routines and tasks that give you a sense of accomplishment. And don't forget to include "comfort stuff" like taking time for a 5-minutes at-home facial or a pedicure.... or binge watching that series you haven't had a chance to enjoy.
Trying EFT to Relieve Stress, Anxiety, and Boost Your Immune System
Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an alternative treatment for emotional distress. It's also referred to as "tapping" or psychological acupressure. People who use this technique believe tapping the body can create a balance in your energy system and treat emotional pain, as well as the physical pain that comes along with it.
Now, I'm no medical or mental health professional. Nor am I issuing any guarantees of results. But what I can say is that I tap every morning for 5 to 10 minutes before getting out of bed to start my day. I’ve found it highly effective in reducing stress and anxiety, as well as cleansing the ick that surfaced from my subconscious overnight. After this energy cleansing, I can kick off my day in a more relaxed, alert state... thus be more in tune with my instincts and intuition for making better, healthier decisions. And that's particularly crucial in times like these.
My favorite tapper is Brad Yates. Here are links to a few of his tapping sessions and specials pertaining to working through common fears associated with the coronavirus:
Learning Something New
I realize that out of necessity, many of us are learning new skills. For parents, it may be learning and teaching simple craft projects to your kids. For others, it may be learning how to shop for those everyday grocery items online because it is not safe at this time to shop inside the store. And by the way, give yourself at least mental props and acknowledgement of a job well done!
What I am talking about here is something you’ve wanted to learn for fun. For example, have you wanted to learn an additional modality for further your psychics gifts? Even if your household is nuts with everyone home, try to wedge out say 15 to 30 minutes each day for you to take the time to learn something new…. at your own pace. Now you could do this by reading books or taking online classes. Again, there is no rush or deadline here. If you are interested, visit my Intuitive Courses page on my website.
Appreciating What You Have
In times of crisis, it's so easy to fall into focusing on what we don't have or what is no longer available to us (at this time). But when we at least take a moment to acknowledge what we do have... such as like friends, family, and a roof over our heads... it gives us emotional momentum to keep moving forward with the stuff we need to take care of.
Much appreciation and thanks to all of those on the front lines of this pandemic including medical professions, EMTs, police and fire departments, grocery store and delivery staff, gas station owners, truck drivers, restaurant employees, and anyone else out there attending to our health, safety, and keeping us fed. And much appreciation to those abiding by the CDC guidelines in an effort to reduce the spread and to rid this deadly virus.
As always, sending blessings and good energy.
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