Here we are in the middle of an absolute world-wide crisis. Can this be the “Apocalypse” predicted for such a long time by so many? Maybe. I know many of us have suspected “something” was coming, while trying so VERY hard NOT to focus on it, NOT to think about it, NOT to put energy on it. Many of us believe in the power of intention; What we focus on, we get more of. Just as discussed in the book/movie “The Secret,” we have been FOCUSING on this virus moment by every moment, day by every day for nearly four months now. And what keeps happening? Numbers look a bit better, so we feel hopeful. We talk about loosening up. Then it all becomes a big (political) discussion, and numbers rise. I truly believe it is indeed the Law of Attraction. That is to say, the more we focus on this, the more we’re gonna get. Am I crazy? Well, yes, many of my friends do think so I know, but they also think I might be right…
Here’s a thought: How ‘bout we all get out in the fresh air and sunshine like our mothers and grandmothers used to tell us to do? Eat our oranges. Take our Airborne (or Emergen-C, if you prefer), add some extra zinc, fresh green veggies, and think positively. I mean, what have we got to lose? It just might work. What happened to the reports back in February of hospitals using vitamin C intravenously? That made sense. True, too many people have lost their lives to this terrible debacle, but many more have overcome it. They survived.
There was a song about accentuating the positive. Remember it?
Indeed, the economy has tanked because of all this, but we’ll get through that part as well. There will be new and amazing opportunities coming out of all of this. Right now, families are getting to spend much needed time together, quality time. Home schooling has gotten a real go. The technology we all love is helping to get us through by keeping us connected. We ARE going to get through this, dear ones. I know we are. And we will have learned so much about life and ourselves. We’ll create new and better ways of living and embracing change. After all, as it is said, “The only constant in life – is change.” Peace.
About Jan Schim
Jan is a singer, a songwriter, a licensed body worker specializing in CranioSacral Therapy, and a teacher. She is an advocate for the ethical treatment of ALL animals and a volunteer with several animal advocacy organizations. She is also a staunch believer in the need to promote environmental responsibility.
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