Beyond the Source COVID19 Statement
In this challenging time in world history it is best to stay calm and high frequency. Panicking does not help and causes mass hysteria. One way to remain calm, collected and high frequency is to perform the chakra opening exercises, links to which are below.
Opening Exercises PDF
Chakra Opening Exercises Audio
Please share them with others as you see fit.
However, from the physical perspective…
This is a new virus for humanity and everybody’s immune system has to develop antibodies. Corona virus Symptoms are a cough, temperature and breathing problems but most people seem to just have a mild cold or feel under the weather.
Mortality is 2-4% depending on test, country, how many people are actually being tested.
Apparently, older people, and people with underlying problems (for example: immunosuppression, recent chemotherapy, lung disease etc. are at higher risk, children seem to be ok).
Therefore: anybody with symptoms should not turn up at Beyond the Source seminars or events just in case one is infected with corona virus (although risk is low to moderate unless one has just travelled from a high-risk area).
If one has symptoms stay at home, ring your local health service for advice. In the UK they will come to the house and test you if they feel it is necessary.
Do not go to the GP or hospital unless you have serious problems and even then, it’s better to ring 111 in the UK, or your equivalent number in your location. The GP may arrange direct hospital admission rather than potentially infecting the GP practice.
Sweat does not transmit the virus but the droplets from coughing or saliva do. It is of most importance not to cough or sneeze into the open air, instead cough or sneeze into a paper tissue, dispose of the tissue appropriately and wash your hands immediately for a minimum of 20 seconds.
During seminars or events, we should avoid sticking our fingers in our mouths, nose or eyes.
Use sanitizer whenever possible.
In the UK refer to the UK Gov, NHS website for further guidance.
Your local equivalent.
Namaste and Blessings