In a hospital in Madrid working against the coronavirus, health personnel chose to "charge" with energy before the shift by chanting a yoga mantraDon't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
To cope with the tiring and endless days of work in the Covid-19 ward, some health workers at the Fundación Alcorcón University Hospital in Madrid have chosen to help themselves with meditation exercises and the recitation of a mantra.
It is not often that we see doctors and nurses reciting yoga mantras in the wards of a hospital. In fact, they are usually very rational categories that we do not usually see in a more spiritual key. But even this, obviously, is a commonplace and what happened in a hospital in Madrid, a city in Spain that is suffering more than other places from the coronavirus emergency, testifies to it.
Overworked due to the pandemic, tired and stressed, some health workers from Alcorcón in Madrid they "loaded" of all the energy necessary to face the new round with one of the most beautiful and meaningful mantras of Kunalini yoga.
Accompanied bySpanish teacher Siri Nidhan Kaur (who in the video is the one who sings with the mask down) they recited while chanting the Mul mantra, EK ONG KAR, which helps to cope with difficult situations, a turning negative thoughts into positive and reminds us that "we are all one". And never like now is this true!
The yoga teacher shared the meditation on Facebook and explained how the Mul Mantra is born and its meaning.
Meditation, as we know, offers many benefits including that of relieving tension, focusing attention on one's deepest self and increasing the level of energy. In this situation, then, it is a pleasant and very useful system to remind us that we are all engaged in one great common goal, that of guarantee health for all and regain our freedom.
Reference source: El Pais / Facebook
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