Now , more than ever, we are reminded of our shared humanity thanks to the scourge of the Covid-19 pandemic. Who could have known that a virus as this would just erupt and change the entire course of humanity for all countries? We are just as shocked as you are. Yet this is not the time to stay in fear, shock or worry. We must rise up and choose hope amidst fear. Choose peace of mind even when the external environment tells us otherwise. This is the time to come back within, find our inner refuge and come back stronger, for ours and the lives of several other people depending on it. True to our commitment, we have put together a list of resources you can use immediately to connect within each time the external conditions appear to distract you from your focus.
Regular practice of meditation during this crisis can boost your immunity and reduce your chances of contracting Covid-19 or other diseases incredibly? You can make meditation a habit by joining the 7 days Meditation Challenge here!
A Consistent Meditation Routine is not as Hard as you Think
WHO, UN, Country Advisories and Wellness Centers recommend meditation as a powerful tool to maintain peace of mind and regain focus amidst this crisis.
Easy, right? Not Really. You need to learn how to do it first! And do it well to make it effective!
Thats why Ping Ping Worakate Thangsurbkul offers this 7 day online meditation course, where she teaches a precise method and tools to make real progress in your meditation practice.Click Here to Join!
Peace Coach: Laura Trochez from Honduras Says:
"Everyone can find true happiness from within. During a crisis like this, we are reminded to cultivate a sense of peace throughout our daily routine by doing every task with love and mindfulness. I do this by giving thanks continuously. This sense of permanent gratitude keeps me grounded in the present moment, connected with my center and happy with no need of perfection."
Meditation Trainer: Lana Leimi Sano Okada
""In these confined days, we really are not separated or alone. Now more than ever, we must find the strength within to help others see light. We are the voice of hope, when we look beyond our personal problems to support those around us who are in deeper problems. This is the best remedy for my sorrows as I have discovered this past month." Join our Meditate Against Covid-19 here!