COVID-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2) – a teacher /healer recommends – Part 4
March 21, 2020 Topic:COVID-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2)
Social contacts in times of the Corona crisis
The well-founded appeal for the avoidance of social contacts was and cannot be ignored by all of us! As part of society, we grew up with the will and mutual agreement to solidarity. At the same time, our ability to actually implement and deal with the resulting consequences is now being tested again and again.
Let’s be honest: How often do we actually visit our still-living parents, grandparents or older relatives? Compulsory exercises such as Christmas, Easter or birthdays. How many social contacts that go beyond a sporadic small talk with the neighbor do we actually have? How many of us do not already live a life as a hermit in an overpopulated world?
Our social model of life has developed over a period of more than a thousand years. Industrialization and modern working conditions have recently created a way of life comparable to the battery farming of chickens. Of the 24 hours we have every day, we spend about two-thirds (2/3) in public, while we retreat to our “dwellings” for the rest of the day (1/3).
The current actual state
The present situation demands that we more or less spend our entire existence (3/3) in our dwelling. This requires an enormous degree of adaptability from the vast majority of people. It is already worth looking at the consequences of this change for our society:
All these things are among the sooner or later unavoidable psychological circumstances that each of us will face. Dealing with one’s own problems as well as such traumatized people is to be mastered individually by each individual. Human warmth, empathy and compassion are needed to achieve this and maintain social ties in times of crisis.
What we can learn as Warriors
Especially as warriors, we can learn in this situation to deal with our own ego (ME), to develop our understanding and helpfulness for the weaker, and to free ourselves from stressful factors such as greed, envy or resentment (MINE). If we succeed in this, we can evolve as fighters as well as as human beings and achieve a psychological opening to an as yet unknown but potentially inevitable future.
About this series
With the onset of the Corona Pandemic, a Pahuyuth teacher/healer began to share general recommendations for the care and maintenance of health to the students of the Pahuyuth School in Berlin. These are based on the traditional knowledge and the findings of traditional Free-Warrior Medicine. We have decided to share this information with the public free of charge and without obligation to help all those affected by SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19.
Important note: The above information is only recommendations without warranty. Under no circumstances do they replace professional counselling or treatment by trained and recognised doctors or psychologists. The content listed here cannot and should not be used to make independent diagnoses or to begin treatments. The instructions of the government and the authorities must be followed. The viewpoints and recommendations of the traditional Free-Warrior Medicine may differ from other teachings. We recommend that you obtain comprehensive information and weigh all available information on the basis of logic and rationality.
In former times, PahuyuthFree-Warriors made a living as a itinerant healers or lived secludedly in the wilderness (Ruesi). For their services as natural healers or masseurs, they were often given accommodation and food. In order to adapt this tradition to the modern, we have set up a Buy me a Coffee Account.
We use the proceeds to make even more content of this kind available to the public, thus preserving the cultural heritage of the ancient Free-Warriors for future generations.
About the traditional Free-Warrior Medicine
The traditional Free-Warrior Medicine is based partly on the knowledge of the body, mind and soul from Saiyasart, but also on the practical necessity of being able to heal diseases and injuries far away from civilization. The traditional medicine includes knowledge of healing massage techniques, as well as medicinal herbs and medicinal plants. Fragments of this area of knowledge found their way into traditional Thai massage and other natural healing methods.