8 thoughts on “Losing your way in lockdown

  1. Sadje says:

    So right Rachel. Given a bit of time, we can find out rhythm and balance again.

  2. Ingrid Ward says:

    It certainly does require time and space to build a new rhythm so how wonderful it is that so many of us have both, in bucket loads. I am loving the opportunity this space offers to ask if my life, as it was before lock-down, was serving me as deeply as it could be or is there more to say yes to – and if it’s a yes that’s where being adaptable comes in; choosing to say yes to new possibilities instead of staying stuck in the way we’ve always done it.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Your example will encourage and inspire others, I hope. Maybe you’ll let us knows how this develops.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    I strange time indeed, but one that connects us a very real way with the way it has been for humans for centuries. We certainly can quit being so smug about our “advanced” civilization.

  4. srbottch says:

    Spot on with this advice!

  5. Margaret says:

    Hi Rachel,
    Hope you are well, all well here so far. In a strange kind of a way, without the news interruptions, I seem to be taking a breath & finding myself at last. Sad that it has taken a pandemic to do so.
    Take care 🙏❤️

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Thank you, Margaret. We are all well and I know just what you mean.

  6. Margaret says:

    Glad to hear it 🙏❤️

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