As we move deeper into Coronavirus-induced isolation, anxiety and fear may threaten the sense of stability and mental health for many of us. Steven Cohen, co-founder of Meditation for Leadership says, and I agree, now is a good time to embrace meditation.
A daily meditation practice can enhance inner awareness of our thoughts and emotions and helps us slow down enough to be more in control of our reactions, as well as our need for connection with our own inner being, our loved ones, colleagues, and the natural world.
For more, read Cohen’s book, “Lead from Within, A Guide to Maximizing Your Effectiveness Through Meditation.” You’ll enjoy the meditation practices and breathing exercises. During this unprecedented time of forced isolation, meditate. It will help you release negative emotions and reconnect with your inner self, those you love, and the broader world around you.