By far 2020 has been one hell of an emotional rollercoaster. With the coronavirus outbreak, forcing us to physically distance ourselves from society, it has taken a serious and heavy toll on our physical and mental well-being. As the months go by and the extensions keep getting renewed, it is not unlikely for people to… Continue reading Quarantine With Headphones On
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This post centres around three practices to manage your mental health during the crisis: 1. Setting an intention 2. Checking in with your feelings and 3. Asking for help
Begin by training yourself with this little, baby-step response to every stressful trigger, and it may be the most momentous action you’ve ever taken.
Grounding is a technique that that helps us come back to the present moment, enjoy it, and live it. Grounding is designed to immediately connect you with the present moment, by consciously checking in with the physical sensations you are feeling at the moment. By paying attention to things we can see, hear, feel, smell and taste in the present moment, we are reminded that, however much we think of the future or the past, we are living in the present moment.
Through Stories of Hope, we are going to share practices that are helping us stay hopeful. Every alternate day, we will share one practice that helps us to connect with ourselves and one practice that helps us to connect with others.