The grip of fear in times of uncertainty

The grip of fear in times of uncertainty

Do you feel overwhelmed by the current Corona crisis?
Are you fearful of the future and about how everything will turn out?
Do you feel overly sensitive, hypervigilant and easily irritated?
Do you worry whenever you read the latest news, statistics and posts?


You are not alone in this! There is no one that I know personally, that does not feel challenged by the current situation.

The power of challenging emotions

Fears, Insecurities, Overwhelm, Worries – there are few people that have not met one or more of these feelings in the last weeks. Many of us are confronted with decreased income, restrictions, insecurities of how long this crisis might last, opposing opinions, statistics and prognosis that bring up the question what feels true to us.

The feelings inside of us during such a crisis can be very intense and bring us to our edge. Most of us have not dealt with events of that dimension, which can feel dramatic, cutting edge and life changing. Thus, we do not know how to handle the situation in the best way.

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Balance

Balance

Balance from Indian and Balinese perspective

Various traditions all over the world have realized for a long time how important it is to stay in balance in order to live in harmony, with good health and a sense of fulfillment.

In Bali it is the philosophy of “Tri Hita Karana” that creates a base foundation for human life – three pillars that need to be in harmony and balance: harmony between people, harmony with nature and surroundings as well as harmony with the divine. It is about creating harmony in daily life, especially as Balinese live together in communities, living in harmony with nature and creating a balanced connection to the non-material reality. Balinese strongly believe that following this concept is the basic foundation of one’s well-being. There are many rituals and ceremonies showing the importance of the three pillars such as daily offerings to both Gods and demons and various ceremonies that keep the social communities strongly bonded.

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