Many people must be feeling the weight of the virus in their lives. We may be out of work, unable to go to places, afraid of getting sick, bored (or worse, having bored children), our normal routine may have gone out the window, and we are left without our interactions. normal social. If we end up going into total closure, all of this will increase and our mental and emotional health is likely to suffer. We may experience depression, anger, frustration, and desperate loneliness. Mental health is a big issue. Now is the time to be proactive and we set ourselves on a stable path of mental and emotional survival.
- Stay active. We all know that exercise is important for our physical health, but studies show that it encourages us and keeps our brain active. We are adding more asana content to our YouTube and Facebook pages every day.
- If you need to isolate yourself, plan a daily routine and set goals to achieve each day. This will help prevent idle moments from filling up with food and endless screen time.
- If you have a lot of free time, add a new learning experience to your life. What hobby have you always wanted to try?
- Get inspired! Check out some of our incredibly insightful wisdom talks.
- Join or create a group chat with your friends or even with people you don’t know yet.
- And most importantly, take the time to meditate. This will help you find the satisfaction, peace, and happiness you lack externally. Meditation is a wonderful journey to unlock this treasure of love for the Supreme, love for others and respect for the environment. Take this trip by meditating quietly with your pearls, or with one of our kirtans or deep peace sessions. Long time for asanas, meditation and discovering inner peace.
Change, restraint, and isolation can be seen in two ways, they can be seen as big problems in our lives, or they can be used positively to enter and find not only joy and satisfaction, but also creativity and a desire to live.
Our online yoga studio is now live to help you in your practice during these times. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch daily yoga and meditation videos!
Rest assured, we are all together in this <3 and this will happen too.
Per Vrndavan Dasi
Founder and director of Veda Yoga Teacher Training
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