If you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary. ~ Jim Rohn.
The news is telling us how we all risk our health unless we maintain lock-down procedures. For some, the current situation has been a welcome holiday from the norm. For others it has become a nightmare scenario where abuse can run rife. Families should be the centre of love and caring. Reality is often vastly different from what should be, and there can be a big risk within the family environment. Siblings who should be happy together are sometimes tormented by each other. Parents and even grandparents can come to the end of their tether when in a forced situation.
We all take risks every day, but they are usually calculated for our own wellbeing. When we hear of the predicaments that many people are in, our hearts go out to them. We want to do more than feel for them though. We’re working with various groups to help people practically and emotionally. We are here to offer sanctuary for the mind and soul, even if you cannot get your body here physically. Don’t be afraid to get in touch with us, it’ll be worth the risk.
None of us really know where we’re going at the moment, that’s a risk in itself. Having a regular spiritual practice that includes visualization is really important now. Being able to have clarity of the present, illumination of your journey and definition of your ultimate purpose are vital. This is one of Seven Kriya’s sutras, asking the Divine Light for subconscious connection. When we are challenged by things out of our control, we need to go within to build strength.
Being emotionally strong will help develop physical health which in turn will lead to greater happiness. Working through all the areas of potential doubt or weakness enable the removal of fears which reduces risk. Opening to your vulnerability can be a barrier in itself. The realization of your state of mind, can help you to understand the things that you can achieve, even in a confined space. http://lionelpalatine.com
One big risk of the present situation is the loss of energy and enthusiasm. Overeating can be one of the biggest culprits, and with so many of us at home that’s easy enough. Once you take on sloth and lethargy it can be a difficult spiral to get out of. A regular keep fit regime is as important as anything, daily exercise can’t be overemphasized. Physical wellness is one of the three pillars that help you find bliss.
The risk factor of ill health is multiplied if we don’t make the effort to be fit. One course we had on Zoom earlier this week showed exactly what damage we could do to ourselves. One person a lot younger than us appeared to be half as old again as us, it was quite a shocking experience. Of course alcohol will also have a major effect on people right now. Again its all too easy to consume and does you no favours in the long run. We’re glad to have given it up completely, we need no emotional crutch. Substitute good things for the less healthy and value the difference in the way you feel.
Blissland is always happy to proffer alternative thinking to reduce risk xx.