We are living in unprecedented times and you don’t know when is it going to be over. It may never go or it might go away in a couple of days. It becomes too much sometimes. Being locked in your home, unable to go out, and meet with other people. It becomes really difficult to understand what is the right thing to do and how to survive in these difficult times. To cope with these difficult time one can only try to remain calm by following the simple steps of meditations. I have a strict meditation regimen for inhaling and exhaling. Not just to calm the mind but to slay the demons of anxiety. Considering the circumstances that we are in. It’s bound to happen you will get depressed.
There isn’t any way possible to be positive about this whole situation. Since social media and news constantly remind us about the number of deaths and the number of cases every moment. Neither the virtual world nor the real world, you are stuck in the routine of eat, sleep, and repeat. And there isn’t anything that you can do about it. Hence, meditation is the only way out to relax your self and calm your nerves. To give your mind a break from all the chaos that is around us.
The government imposed self-isolation and social distancing technically ends on the 6th of April. What to expect when the curfew lifts. Who knows we have now become so house-trained, I don’t believe we can manage in the outside world.
Back to normal, We may think it’s going to be back to normal when the curfew finally lifts but it’s crucial to see what kind of impact it has on the human psyche. What will the office structures be like since the people have been working from home and it has proven to make people more productive? So on a larger scale what kind of impact will it have as a whole, on the social scene, is yet to be seen.