Sutha Atiin practising a meditative breathing technique. She, like many others during the coronavirus pandemic, is turning to meditation to stay calm and focused. Photo: Angela Jelita Sutha Atiin practising a meditative breathing technique. She, like many others during the coronavirus pandemic, is turning to meditation to stay calm and focused. Photo: Angela Jelita
Sutha Atiin practising a meditative breathing technique. She, like many others during the coronavirus pandemic, is turning to meditation to stay calm and focused. Photo: Angela Jelita

How to meditate your coronavirus fears away during lockdown, from breathing techniques to looking at nature

  • Meditation enables a shift from reactive to responsive living, in which we choose what we dwell on, including our thoughts, experiences, and healing
  • Keeping calm isn’t just about traditional meditating – we can also experiment with plant-based diets, breathing techniques, gardening and painting

Topic |   Wellness
Sutha Atiin practising a meditative breathing technique. She, like many others during the coronavirus pandemic, is turning to meditation to stay calm and focused. Photo: Angela Jelita Sutha Atiin practising a meditative breathing technique. She, like many others during the coronavirus pandemic, is turning to meditation to stay calm and focused. Photo: Angela Jelita
Sutha Atiin practising a meditative breathing technique. She, like many others during the coronavirus pandemic, is turning to meditation to stay calm and focused. Photo: Angela Jelita
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