I would like to announce some temporary additional supports within the Distance Energy Club, in light of the current uncertainty around the COVID-19 virus.
We are experiencing a time of accelerated change, and this can feel unsettling and scary. But at the same time there is great potential in change. There is the opportunity to learn about ourselves, to grow and to connect to our fellow humans on a deeper level.
The work that we have been doing in the Distance Energy Club has been supporting this type of realization of potential, and I feel it takes on even greater importance during these challenging times.
To support this and to try to bring healing to all of those who need it during this time the energy club will be, starting today:
- Donating half of all revenues from the club to organization(s) providing support/relief for COVID-19 related issues
- Providing membership cost relief to those who are unable to afford to pay the fees to be a part of the group
These measures will be kept in place as long as it seems that they are necessary. If you have tried out the club before and feel like you’d like to try it again feel free to sign up for the free trial. For any of you who would like to continue to be a part of the group but can no longer afford the $22 monthly fee, just send me an email and we can make arrangements to reduce or eliminate your payment temporarily. I really want anyone who feels the call to be a part of what we’re doing to be able to access it, especially during this time of accelerated change.
In addition to our work within the energy club here are some other suggestions for keeping your body and mind healthy:
- Try to get regular (daily) exercise – especially outdoors in nature if it’s possible where you are, while keeping your physical distance from other people of course
- Eat healthy food, drink enough water, and try to limit your intake of junk food and sugars
- Try to keep yourself in the moment. Focus on your breathing, meditate, get into a project. Any future that we can imagine isn’t real – it’s just one of many potential outcomes, so live in the present as much as possible.
- Be gentle with yourself and others. Stressful times will cause many of us to regress a little bit – maybe we’ll take on old unhealthy habits or do things we know aren’t really in our best interest. We are human and we make mistakes. Simply recognize these actions as something that you don’t want to repeat and try not to repeat them over again. And forgive enthusiastically.
Together we will overcome any adversity we encounter. It has always been that way, and will always be that way.