The Ultimate Guide to Relaxing While Everyone is Sick

The still ongoing pandemic has brought about a constant stream of news and updates, which can be overwhelming and stressful.

This stress can have a significant impact on our overall health, both physically and mentally.


Additionally, being confined with family members or roommates can also lead to added stress and tension. The feeling of being restricted and unable to freely move around can be difficult to cope with, but it's important to remember that there are ways to manage these feelings and find a sense of peace and calm.

This viral message from White Eagle, Hopi Indian, North American tribe, on March 16, 2020 sums up the solution to this ‘crisis’ very succinctly:

"This moment that humanity is going through can now be seen as a portal and a hole. The decision to fall into the hole or go through the portal is up to you."

If you regret the problem and consume the news 24 hours a day, with little energy, nervous all the time, with pessimism, you will fall into the hole. But if you take this opportunity to look at yourself, rethink life and death, take care of yourself and others, you will cross the portal.

Take care of your homes, take care of your body. Connect with your spiritual home.

When you are taking care of yourself, you are taking care of everything else. Don't lose the spiritual dimension of this crisis; have the look of the eagle, which from above, sees the whole; sees more broadly.”


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  • Managing stress can be a challenge, but there are simple techniques you can use to help calm your mind and body.
  • One effective method is conscious breathing. Take a few moments every hour to focus on your breath, inhaling deeply and exhaling slowly. You can also try meditation, tapping for anxiety, or other deep breathing exercises to help reduce stress. These techniques can be done alone or with loved ones, and may even bring some laughter and joy into your day. So take a deep breath and give it a try!
  • To reduce anxiety, it's important to accept that not everyone will get along, especially siblings. Avoid discussing sensitive topics and set boundaries with family members. Simplify your life by analyzing what you can give up or cut back on. Prioritize your health, happiness, and loved ones.
  • Exercise for at least 15 minutes three times a day with your favorite workout videos on YouTube.
  • Avoid eating out of boredom and try to stick to organic foods. If weight loss is a goal, try cutting back on calories and doing 15 minutes of exercise four times a day.
  • Drinking plenty of water, at least 100 ounces a day with pink salt and lemon, can also help.
  • It's important to limit exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) by turning off electronics when not in use and keeping them at arm's length. Taking a break from the news and spending time in nature, such as walking barefoot in the grass and soaking up the sun, can also be beneficial for reducing anxiety.
  • Do all the things that you have been wanting to do ‘if only I had the time’.
Here are some ideas:
  • Art projects
  • Bake and try out new recipes
  • Knitting
  • Do Heart Math exercises
  • Read books
  • Write and journal
  • Play an instrument
  • Organize closets/home
  • Finishing projects around the home
  • Clean the home and get rid of ‘stuff’ you do not use/need anymore. Donate!
  • Update your photo albums
  • Spend time with your pets
  • Take an online class
  • Plant a garden – VERY IMPORTANT!!!!! Teach your children where food comes from.

Of course, use common sense and follow all of the guidelines. Being responsible for your health and taking care of your life, leaves you feeling empowered and helps reduce stress.

Remember, that when we have an emotional response to a stressor (like the COVID-19), this has a negative effect upon our immune system. Basically stress, makes us use up our ‘fuel’ tank … it is kind of like revving up the engine and the speed of the engine determine the use of the fuel tank. Why waste good ‘fuel’ with stress? Our response to stress has to change as this change is critical to NOT getting diseases and viruses.

There are also products on the marketplace that are very helpful for reducing stress but do not go out and buy impulsively. Make sure that you can afford stress relievers so that you do not increase your stress. And make sure you are just not being impulsive, in general. Here are some of my favorite go to’s:

Sovereign Silver

I only sell and recommend Natural Immunogenics because they have a special responsibility… to bring its new generation of colloids [appropriately called “hydrosols“] to those who need it for their own health, as well as to those who attend upon the health of others.

Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol™ represents the most significant breakthrough in colloidal technology in the last 120 years. It is an omnipotent resource in the defense of health, one with which to confront the ever-increasing immune challenges threatening man, even the whole of mankind. 

I use this product every day and heavily when I am under the weather. Click here for my recent bout of pneumonia and how I recovered.


Vibrant Health Vitamin D3

I just love this company and their products, especially their Vitamin D3! Vitamin D3 is so important during this crisis, as it helps to strengthen our immune system. While I am a strong proponent of sunshine and air for Vitamin D, this is second best and will ensure you are getting all the D3 that your body needs. 


My Relaxation Oil

I have blended Lavender, Bergamot and Orange essential oils to help you relax during those times of stress or anxiety. Keep this bottle in your pocket or purse. Anytime that you are feeling a little overwhelmed or stressed, take the top off and take a deep breath of the essential oils. Close your eyes and relax into the aromas. Discover what you smell and how you feel. Try this several times until the pressure/stress dissipates.


Magnesium Flakes

magnesium bath flakes

Reserve these flakes for those really intense days when you deserve a spa moment for earning that Mother Theresa award while quarantined with everyone or noone. Draw yourself a warm bath to your preferred temperature. When the tub is half full pour half a bag of flakes into the water so they can dissolve. To enhance your experience, drop a few drops of the relaxation essential oil into your tub. Stir the water around to activate the aromas. Spray magnesium oil on any areas that are super tense on the body. Now, slide into your spa experience in your very own bathtub. Breath in the aromas, massage those areas that are tense and enjoy!


Ear Candles

Transform your anxiety into relaxation with our Lavender scented ear candles for relaxation. Biosuns study provided a most valuable clue to the relaxation effect of ear candling. During the many years of candling tens of thousands of ears, I have noticed that one ear candle is just the beginning. As most people lay upon my massage table over the years, in the BETA state (do I scientifically know that – no. But I can assure that most of the volunteers were stressed out and could not wait to be ear candled!) and as I began to ear candle them, they became calm, their breathing became more even/controlled/relaxed, many of them went to sleep or drifted off into relaxing dreams.

99% of the people that got up from my table had a smile on their face and a relief of pressure and tension. The most common compliment was/is “wow! I feel so open or relaxed or clear!” … 

We witnessed over the past 25+ years that the second and third ear candle takes the ear candle user deeper and deeper into healing states of being that were otherwise easily unattainable.

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