Create Your Inner Peace In Scary Times

Staying Calm And Centered In Times Of Coronavirus Panic: Amazing At Home Activities To Get Started Today (with Workbook)

Creating inner Peace - Visualization Exercise

As #COVID19 slowly makes its way into major cities and small suburbs across the nation, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to remain calm and not panic. 

Watch Author, Poet, Artist and Humanist Maxine Silva talk with Dr. Christine Sauer about how to create your inner peace in these #COVID-19 scary times...

To help, Maxine is leading us to a visualization exercise to let go of fears and anxiety (a must-watch )

And please read this Blog Post about this topic and download your FREE Workbook (it has about 80 pages of self-discovery and transformation)

FREE for a limited time only as long as the #Coronavirus - #Crisis lasts.

We are trying to help as many people as we can.

We are in this together!

We have been told by authorities to say in our homes in order to prevent spread, but that does not mean that we should go crazy inside and solely focus our attention on what is happening with world outside. 

Try to limit how much news you watch, especially some of the over-hyped reporting that only propagates fear and anxiety. Get updates and facts from reliable sources, and then focus your attention elsewhere. 

You can avoid contact with other people and wash your hands more carefully, but your ability to remain calm comes from within. That means you’ll have to take the necessary steps in reducing your stress and anxiety and promoting calmness while the virus runs its course.

We’re going to go over four of the best ways that you can stay calm and centered in times of COVID-19 panic!

Creating Inner Peace By Working on Yourself

This is a great time for introspection, for working on yourself, re-considering your actions, thinking about the past and creating a better future for yourself, your family and maybe the whole planet.

To help you to find yourself, to re-create yourself, to become and transform yourself in the person who you always wanted to be, find inner peace and radiate peace into the world:

 I created a workbook especially for you. I want to give it to you today for FREE  to help you do this work.

Meditation & Mindfulness

So, you’re anxious and stressed as a result of the rapid spread of Coronavirus. If you’ve never attempted meditation or any mindfulness techniques in the past, this is the perfect time to try them out and get some practice under your belt.

Mindfulness meditation can play a huge role in helping you to maintain your mental and emotional health, even benefiting aspects of your physical health. Here’s what meditation can do for you:

  • Better outlook on life (positivity)
  • Increased feelings of calmness
  • Greater self-awareness
  • Reduced levels of anxiety and stress.
  • Improved focus

The best part is: There are plenty of different types of meditation.

If you’re able to focus for long periods of time, you might want to try out guided meditations or visualization techniques. When you’re looking to stay more active while you’re quarantined, you can give Yoga, TaiChi or Pilates a go!

Finding a Creative Outlet

You might be stuck in the house for the next few weeks, but that doesn’t mean you have to resort to getting cabin fever. In fact, that’ll probably only increase your feelings of panic during such trying times!

This is a great time to try out some new (or old) creative hobbies. When you’re focused on building or creating something new, you’re reducing the amount of focus on the negativity surrounding you. That means creativity is a solid way of helping you to relax.

A creative outlet can be almost anything. Here are a few things you might want to try out (if you have the supplies in your house)

  • Painting, coloring, or drawing
  • Singing or playing musical instruments
  • Taking photos or videos of things you enjoy
  • Building something with things lying around the house
  • Writing
  • Jigsaw Puzzles 
  • Crossword Puzzles, Sudoku, Word-Search etc.
  • Reading something and then writing an essay about it (yes, remember English 101 class?). This is a great way to take your mind off the world’s troubles.

The goal is to find an activity or task that requires an intense amount of focus and makes you happy. You won’t even notice that you spent the last hour drawing your favorite cartoon character.

Giving Back & Helping Others

It’s completely natural to be fearful of the unknown. Giving back to others can help you to tackle this fear once and for all. When you’re giving back to the community or helping those in need, you’ll be working to spread compassion and happiness rather than fear and anxiety.

With so many people sick or self-quarantined, most people aren’t permitted to leave the home. However, these individuals do still have needs that they now can’t meet on their own.

As long as you’re keeping your distance and not exposing others to the virus, you can deliver food and groceries or do things like their yard work. 

It’ll make you feel good about yourself while also helping those who need it! So, call your neighbors, post something on your Facebook to let those in need know you are available and how to get in contact.

Final Thoughts

You can’t do much yourself when it comes to curing or stopping the spread of COVID-19, but there are things you can do that can reduce your panic and invoke an overwhelming sense of calmness.

By finding inner peace within yourself, taking advantage of mindfulness, looking for a creative outlet, and even giving back to those who need it, you’ll be able to stay calm and centered, even in these scary times!

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