…there is still hope…and every single hope begins with each one of us…

Daily, all of us are receiving news of the coronavirus and how the numbers are increasing around the world. While this is no easy news to digest, this is also not the time to discriminate against a group of people and/or country. In this difficult time, all of us must be calm and positive. We should make a point to turn all negative energy into positive energy through prayers, compassion and thoughtfulness.

Below are various articles on suggestions as to how we can better manage the current crisis. Let us all come together as one united family to assist each other in this difficult time.

Amid “darkness” and confusion over the virus, there is still hope…and every single hope begins with each one of us.

Love & Peace,
Esther

Sources of Information

From Sadhguru on Coronavirus Outbreak in China (YouTube Video)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mP-mCfo4-f8

From The Chopra Center, Sheila Patel, M.D., Chief Medical Officer “Anxious About the Coronavirus? Here Are Eight Practical Tips on How to Stay Calm and Support Your Immune System”
https://chopra.com/articles/anxious-about-the-coronavirus-here-are-eight-practical-tips-on-how-to-stay-calm-and-support?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=200310-March-Newsletter&utm_campaign=Newsletter2020310

“Healing COVID-19 – Method to Transmute the Diseased Energy”, by Saummitta A Mazumdar
https://reikirays.com/73291/healing-covid-19-method-to-transmute-the-diseased-energy/

From Live & Dare, Giovanni D., “Meditation and the Coronavirus”
https://liveanddare.com/coronavirus-meditation/

From Sassy Mama, “10 Things Parents Should Know About Coronavirus (That We’ve Already Learned in Singapore)”
https://www.sassymamasg.com/10-things-parents-should-know-about-coronavirus-singapore/

From Flowing Zen, Sifu Anthony, “11 Practical Tips For Dealing with the Coronavirus”
https://flowingzen.com/21048/11-practical-tips-for-dealing-with-the-coronavirus/

From Ministry of Health Singapore, Infographics
https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19/resources

From HealthExchange.sg
https://www.healthxchange.sg/men/health-scares-outbreaks/how-to-keep-safe-novel-coronavirus-self-care-tips?utm_source=memberenews-feb20&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=hxcmemberenews-feb20

Reiki Practitioners / Healers, you might find this useful:
“Eradicate Coronavirus”, by Rinku Patel
https://reikirays.com/73177/eradicate-coronavirus/

12Mar2020

“There is a saying in Tibetan,
‘Tragedy should be utilized as a source of strength.’
No matter what sort of difficulties, how painful experience is, if we lose our hope, that’s our real disaster.”
~ Dalai Lama ~

Quote for Today

09 Mar 2020

“Remember, happiness doesn’t depend upon who you are or what you have; it depends solely upon what you think. So start each day by thinking of all the things you have to be thankful for. Your future will depend very largely on the thoughts you think today. So think thoughts of hope and confidence and love and success.”
~Dale Carnegie~

Graduation in Our Daily Life

My workplace is located at a University Campus. During late June and July, the scene of the University grounds changes to that of graduation, plenty of posing for photos in the graduation gowns, with friends and family, happy moments, etc. Graduation or other words, upgrading to the next level is not only restricted to students who are studying. It is also applicable to all of us too. In our daily life, we are always learning – learning from experiences, relationships, emotions, feelings and more. Therefore, should we not be graduating too? Yes! Definitely.

Just like how a student goes through his difficulties in his education term, we too experience that in our daily life. Each day, we become newer and wiser with our experiences. We also must celebrate our graduation from our good old self to our better self. Past mistakes, regrets and negative attributes – who does not have it? On and off we need to reflect upon our past self and congratulate our new self…

If we do this regularly, we would have plenty of reasons to love our new self and embrace new beginnings (or openings) in our life…

Happy daily graduation everyone!

photography of people graduating
Photo by Emily Ranquist on Pexels.com