According to Arianna Huffington the word of the year is ‘resilience’, and I agree with her. The Oxford Dictionary says ‘resilience’ is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
It is this quality that can enable us to overcome challenges, obstacles, hardship and adversity, instead of being defeated by them.
When the pandemic ends we will continue to need our collective and individual resilience. Think of it as part of your immunity to face the ups and downs of life, tapping into your individual inner strength overcoming and evolving from challenges.
Continue to build your own resilience, practice it and become stronger. Lao Tzu, the 6th century B.C. founder of Taoism, taught that “if you correct your mind the rest of your life will fall into place,” and that “knowing others is knowledge, knowing yourself is wisdom,”. In the Bhagavad Gita, it says that “happiness arises from the serenity of one’s own mind.”
In 2021 I think resilience will continue to be a key word to help us all go forward or even bounce forward, as individuals and also as a society.
Get in touch with me personally to talk about your stress and anxiety. We can work together to balance you using my blended approach to natural health care.