Life in times of crisis

I recently read that the entire frequency of the earth is shifting. Everything is energy. Energy waves moving on a frequency. Everything. Even your thoughts are energetic wave patterns. You are energy in the universe. Now as the entire energy of the earth is shifting to a new frequency, our energies need to adjust their frequencies to the new earth rotation frequency. And maybe this is what COVID19 is about.

Facing life in times of crisis


Forget everything and run? Face everything and rise?

First of all, fear is an irrational emotion. In most cases. Of course, if it needs to alert you to something, say a sabre tooth cat trying to enter your cave to eat your family, then fear is an alarm system.

But face it. Long gone is the time that we need to protect ourselves from predators – at least not in our region.

The function of fear to trigger a flight or fight response can have long-term unhealthy consequences.

Not only does fear mess badly with your health system, because of the excess in hormones that you produce; but it can also revert to causing trauma.

Trauma in consequence, is said to have an influence on many different levels, for example, trauma is said to be the root of many addictions, even of migraine headaches. Not only in this lifetime. You may even take it over to a next lifetime or hand it over to the next generation(s) – making your children be faced with healing from your traumas as well as from their own. Is fear really what you want to teach your children as a response to a crisis?


Gatka is the martial art associated with the Sikh, but it is also a technique you can teach yourself to cut of a negative thought.

Remember the train of thought.

A thought becomes a feeling. A feeling becomes an emotion. An emotion becomes a desire. A desire becomes an impulse into action.

Once the thought has become and action, it will have a karmic effect; unless it corresponds to the intentions of your soul. Even thoughts produce karma. Your mind can be your best friend or your worst enemy.  It’s an absolutely beautiful subject to study.

If you would like to deepen it, take a look at the book: The Mind – Its Projections and Multiple Facets by Yogi Bhajan and Gurucharan Singh.

You can train your mind to observe your thoughts, and train yourself to catch the thought. Gatka is when you catch that thought cut it. Like with a sword. Wham! Cut it away with immediate effect. IMMEDIATE!


The equation of the year 2020 is as follows:

2020= 2+0+2+0 = 4

The number 4 stands for the neutral mind. The neutral mind is one of the three functional minds that your soul gets equipped with when it came to earth to make this human experience. The other two minds are the negative and the positive minds.

There are also the three impersonal minds, Manas, Ahangkar, and Buddhi; and the universal mind, Chitta, which interacts with the three Gunas (Tamas, Rajas & Sattva) to form these three impersonal minds.

For the moment, let’s stick to the neutral mind, or the meditative mind. The neutral mind is the ultimate win-win mentality. It evaluates the input from the negative and positive minds and gives you guidance within 9 seconds. If your neutral mind is weak, you may have difficulties seeing beyond the polarities of life on Earth and tuning into the great cosmic scheme of things.

The key to balancing the neutral mind is meditation.

I think that in these times of stress it is not just important to meditate for yourself, but also to tune in to the healing waves of energies of the entire yogic community, and together form a symbiosis that can send out healing theta waves to the world.

Light & Love