Health,  Mindset,  Self Development

Let’s have the Power to Calm our Mind

Hi, welcome back to The Visual Muse. A place of empowerment to continue your self-development. Many of us may have already been experiencing some changes or shifts with the Covid-19. So I figured why not help in some form. I am by no means a psychologist or doctor but, it is with great care that I deliver this piece to all of us going through this present experience. Here are just some of the factors that we are all currently experiencing and some of my suggestions to bring a notch of fear down or bring more peace to our hearts. 

“Remain calm in every situation because peace equals power.”

Social Distancing: social distancing can be very shocking to some of us. But this can be an opportunity to work harder on your crafts. Just make this a social experiment of you taking some time off to work on a skill you’ve been wanting to do but didn’t quite have the time to do so. 

Economic Uncertainty: 

The unknown economical status can be scary. But isn’t it always scary? Aren’t we always driving our selves to fear when we overthink about all our bills? So think about this as another down and uphill. I am sure most of us have experienced making decent earning only to get hit hard at a later time but this is normal. If you studied economy at some point in your life whether in college or outside you’d learn what scholars call the economic cycle. Here you see that after such depression we will make it out alive! Yes, we only have to ride the wave momentaneously whether that’s 2 months or 4. Remember “this too shall pass”. My suggestion is to frame your mind to believe that a better opportunity will arise from all this. Even if at first you don’t believe it, lie to your brain and this will get you to grind so that you can have an advantage over your competitors. So get busy with sharpening new skills or old skills for when opportunity meets you again. Don’t waste time!

Health Concern/Grief of love ones: 

Out of the 3 factors this probably is the hardest to have an opinion about but here is my best advice. If you have any serious health concerns please contact medical services near you, don’t wait until the last minute. (Also, a deeper understanding of what is considered a higher risk case can be found online.)

Meanwhile, if you recently lost a loved one or know someone in the hospital due to covid-19. Please know that we are praying for you and their healing. And if this is of any advice …if you know of someone else suffering from a loss remind them that you care for them. This can be a simple message such as, ” I am thinking about you.” Because the most important thing, you can do for someone who is feeling alienated in pain could be a simple message which is as equivalent to showing love and care for those still experiencing pain during or even after Covid-19. 

Hi, my name is Melody and I am the face behind the visual muse! I am a health and wellness writer currently based out of Miami Fl. When I am not writing or exercising. I am either collaborating on voice overs projects and love spending time learning different ways to manifest self-improvement.

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