When disaster strikes the world, people respond in various ways. Most people want to stay positive and productive amid grim realities. Some want to know how they can help ameliorate things. People of faith wonder if this are divine retribution!
Spiritual leaders and organizations are crucial at such times, in providing physical, mental and spiritual guidance.
Swami Mukundananda, an international authority on mind management, founder of the wellness system, "Yoga for the Body, Mind and Soul" and global spiritual leader, had kept a relentlessly rigorous schedule travelling around the world conducting life transformation and holistic health programs for the past three decades. COVID-19 suddenly brought his travel to a complete standstill.
Rather than see it as an opportunity for a long overdue vacation, Swami Mukundananda and the JKYog team worked hard with a sense of urgency and compassion, to take a series of programs to online platforms. Over the course of nearly three months, JKYog has connected with millions of followers seeking ways to cope with lockdowns, job loss, death, and much more.
In a recent #JKYogOnline webinar on the Covid-19 crisis, Swami Mukundananda addressed many questions related to the pandemic.
Responding to COVID-19: Community above calamity
It is harder to keep the community in high spirits during the long periods of lockdown.
Elderly people, those with chronic medical conditions and disadvantaged sections of society need help more than ever.
Swami Mukundananda stated that, above all, this is a time to be united, strong, aware of our social duties and to adhere to the regulations laid out by respective national governments. He also expressed his heartfelt appreciation to those fighting on the frontlines and supporting essential services, who are our heroes in this situation.
JKYog and the Radha Krishna Temple of Dallas, worldwide headquarters of JKYog, have taken the words of their founder to heart.
Grocery and medication purchase and pickup services are in full swing for the elderly and disadvantaged members of the community at the Radha Krishna Temple of Dallas. Those unable to cook can pick up meals prepared in the temple canteen. Read More...
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