What Has the Coronavirus Taught Us in Our Life?

What Has the Coronavirus Taught Us in Our Life?

If you connect with family and friends you are providing for your need of connection. If you take care of your health you are taking care of your safety, and if you do those things that you are able to do that engage your strengths, abilities and talents, you are engaging in your satisfaction.

Finally, like what Tom Hollaway said in his book “The Relationship Principles of Jesus”, the book “The Purpose Driven Life”, focused on personal renewal. This is the starting point Everything starts in the heart. When physical distancing is deemed necessary, please take care of your mental health by practicing compassion towards yourself and your inner experience.

The second kind of renewal stated in Tom Hollaway book is relational renewal. Please protect your community by practicing the compassionate act of physical distancing. When physical distancing is deemed necessary, social and emotional connectedness is even more critical. Our interconnectedness has never been more clearly on display. We are united in this situation not as a moral imperative, but as a survival imperative.

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Ivan Zy LimDr Ivan Zy Lim is a Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years of extensive practice experience in treating mental health issues. He is passionate about helping adults and adolescents with psychological and emotional difficulties. Prior to this profession, Dr Lim had over 20 years of experience in the corporate world. He has extensive experience in multi-cultural consulting, training and team facilitation; and has delivered workshops in 13 countries around Asia pacific. Dr Lim is a strong believer in living a balanced and healthy life. His other passions include Chinese martial art, Qigong, Chinese philosophy, spirituality and Lion & Dragon dance. His passion for Chinese Martial Art comes from the unique philosophy within the system that he believe is transferable into a counselling and life philosophy context. His Chinese Martial Art path was and still is a significant part of his physical, philosophical, emotional, psychological and spiritual being. Dr Lim have integrates Chinese martial art philosophy (Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism ) and Western talk therapy, a fusion of Eastern ideas with Western process. It provides an approach to learning and living well; the practical, the psychological and the spiritual, which he believe more adequately explain Asian behaviour.

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