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10 Resources for managing COVID-19 Lockdown/Reopen Reality

by | Empaths' Resources

Nobody likes lockdowns. We are all eagerly awaiting the reopening of our communities. But what I hear from friends in places that have already begun the process is that a new set of challenges comes with reopening. People are not sure what’s safe and what isn’t. While some people continue to shelter in place as “stay at home” restrictions are lifted, others are rebelling against public health recommendations they view as interfering with their freedoms.

No matter on which side of the divide you tend to locate yourself, living as a beacon of power—a beacon of change—requires intention. We need to remember this simple truth:

Living at full power means accepting responsibility for our choices and actions and becoming a leader of our own lives.

So I’ve gathered the most popular and effective resources I have created during the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources will inspire and empower you any time life is challenging you.

How you can stay calm and not take on stress and fear
It’s hard to stay calm when people around you are stressed out or even panicked. If you are a sensitive soul, you might be absorbing some of the stress, fear, and confusion around you. This blog will show you how you can stay calm and not take on stress and fear.

If this time is divinely orchestrated for us, what are the opportunities?
When going through challenging times, it’s human to ask “why me?” In this vlog, I help you answer a different question instead: “If this time is divinely orchestrated for us, what are the opportunities?”

How to build resilience in difficult times
One of the opportunities in this challenging time is to become stronger by understanding that fear, worry, sadness, and anger are normal emotions. They are not harmful unless we allow them to control us. In this blog, I discuss how to build resilience in difficult times.

3 powerful techniques to calm the emotional roller coaster
If your emotions are all over the place during challenging times, you are not alone. While part of you might be accepting of your new reality, another part is probably concerned. One day you’re at peace, and the next day you’re anxious. Going through so many ups and downs is exhausting. In this blog, I present 3 powerful techniques to calm the emotional roller coaster.

The most effective way to be less sensitive
There are so many tools that can help sensitive souls stop being emotional sponges. This blog presents the most effective way to be less sensitive.

Five ways to share love and feel safe and secure with your partner
Creating loving relationships is a spiritual practice. But it’s not an easy practice—especially when you crave to feel heard, seen, cared for, and loved in the midst of a crisis. In this blog, I present five ways to share love and feel safe and secure with your partner.

What can we do collectively to change the future?
I am committed to continuing to offer a high vibration to you and other members of our community and to the world. In this blog, I ask an important question: What can we do collectively to change the future?

“Honor Your Feelings” guided visualization
Pushing away negative emotions is normal and human. Who wants to feel worried or afraid or deal with sadness or anger? But the only way to become emotionally stable is to do the opposite and welcome your emotions. The “Honor Your Feelings” guided visualization will help you become mindful of your emotions and ease into feeling better. 

“Ground Your Heart” guided visualization
If you are an empath or highly sensitive to energy, you feel other people’s pain. You are affected by the collective energy. What is a simple way to clear your heart and feel better in the moment? The “Ground Your Heart” guided visualization will help you ground yourself from above and below.

“Fill Up Your Dry Well” guided visualization
If you’re an empath or a natural giver, you tend to take care of others before caring for yourself. You allow yourself to get to the point of physical and emotional exhaustion and depletion. While it might be possible for you to refill your well by yourself, asking others to fill it up for you might be smarter. The “Fill Up Your Dry Well” guided visualization will help you identify who can help you carry the load.

We are collectively living through an unprecedented time, but the lessons we learn and tools and resources we employ during this crisis will stick with us as we encounter the inevitable challenges and obstacles of the future.

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