COVID-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2) – a teacher / healer recommends – Part 4
Date: March 21th 2020 Topic: COVID-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2)
Social contacts in times of the Corona crisis
The justified appeal to avoid social contacts was and is not to be overheard by any of us! As part of society, we have grown up with the will and mutual understanding to show solidarity. In the same breath, our ability to actually implement and deal with the consequences of this is now being put to the test time and again.
Let’s be honest: How often do we actually visit our still living parents, grandparents or older relatives? With the exception of compulsory exercises such as Christmas, Easter or birthdays. How many social contacts that go beyond sporadic small talk with the neighbour do we actually have? How many of us do not already live a life as hermits in an overpopulated world?
Our social life model has developed over a period of more than a thousand years. Industrialisation and modern working conditions have created a way of life comparable to battery chicken farming relatively recently. Of the 24 hours available to us each day, we spend about two thirds (2/3) in public, while for the remaining third (1/3) of the day we retreat to our “dwellings” for rest.
The current state of affairs
The present situation requires us to spend more or less our entire existence (3/3) at home. This requires an enormously high degree of adaptability from the vast majority of people. It is already worthwhile dealing with the question of what consequences this change will have for our society:
Adventurous, arbitrary recriminations in the living environment
Economic and social disorientation and even existential fears.
Identity crises due to an unpredictable future.
All these things are among the sooner or later unavoidable psychological circumstances that each of us will be confronted with. Dealing with our own problems, but also with such traumatised people, is something that each of us must master individually. To achieve this and to maintain social bonds in times of crisis, human warmth, empathy and compassion are necessary.
What we can learn as fighters
Especially as fighters we can learn in this situation to deal with our own ego (ME), to develop our understanding and our readiness to help the weaker ones and to free ourselves from burdening factors like greed, envy or resentment (MY). If we succeed in this, we can develop as fighters as well as human beings and achieve a psychological opening for a still unknown but potentially inevitable future.
About this series
With the beginning of the Corona Pandemic, a Pahuyuth teacher/healer started to give general recommendations for care and health maintenance to the students of the Pahuyuth School in Berlin. These recommendations are based on the traditional knowledge and findings of the 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 guarantee. In no case do they replace professional advice or treatment by trained and recognized doctors or psychologists. The contents listed here cannot and should not be used to independently make diagnoses or begin treatment. The instructions of government and authorities must be followed. The views and recommendations of Freikämpferheilkunde may differ from other doctrines. We recommend to inform yourself comprehensively and to weigh up all available information on the basis of logic and rationality.
In ancient times Pahuyuth free warriors made their living as traveling healers or lived isolated in the wilderness (Ruesi). For their services as natural healers or masseurs they were often given board and lodging. 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 and knowledge of the ancient free warriors for future generations.
The traditional medicine is based partly on the knowledge of body, mind and soul from the Saiyasart, but also on the practical necessity to be able to heal diseases and injuries far away from civilization. The traditional medicine includes the knowledge of healing massage techniques as well as medicinal herbs and medicinal plants. Fragments of this field of knowledge found their way into traditional Thai massage and other natural healing methods.