“Breath/meditation practices are about finding a way to be with your thoughts from a place of ease.”
EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. — According to the CDC, fear and anxiety about COVID-19 can be overwhelming, causing strong emotions in adults and children. Social distancing and working from home can also make people feel isolated and increase stress and anxiety.
“What I hear most from people is that they can’t meditate because their mind is too busy. Your mind is meant to think and is not about stopping the thoughts,” Dr. Anjali Connors, psychologist and founder of The Awake Life in El Dorado Hills explained.