Covid-19: Seeking Silver Linings

By Susan Boskey

“The outer conditions of a person’s life will always be found to be harmoniously     related to his inner state…Men do not attract that which they want, but that    which they are.” ~James Allen, As a Man Thinketh, 1903

In only a matter of a few short weeks the entire planet is falling into lockdown like cascading dominoes. We are sliding from our normal everyday lives to something strangely unfamiliar and entirely uncharted. Shock, fear, quarantine, lack of work, increased reliance on government, social distancing and surveillance now turn our lives upside down. Dystopian fantasies leap off the page as our own true stories.

How to stem the tide of uncharted territory? I look for the silver linings.

The (w)holistic model of health and wellness reflects systems thinking: mental and physical states are not separate parts but rather one and the same, constantly interfacing and informing each other. The natural state of interconnection is the clue to finding a silver lining.

Systems thinking can help to uncover a welcomed respite from Covid-19. The default response of fear is certainly natural to disorienting disruptions beyond our control. However, as time goes on some might be motivated to use their extra time to focus on restoring a sense of increased, steady wellness, which, in turn, enhances physical health and wellness. Such conscious choice may indicate limiting sources of fearful input, (like the news media), in order to fully establish a different emotional tone.

Mental anguish can be transformed once seen for what it also is: fuel for digging deeper. It offers grist for the mill of whole person healing. Along with all previously accumulated sufferings, the suffering brought on by Covid-19 delivers yet another opportunity to dig deeper into what makes us tick, what’s important, and how we want to live.

Who each of us is – is far greater than any virus. Acknowledging and choosing to release that which no longer serves and then by adding simple, practical ways to replenish ourselves and our lives, we come out ahead.

The choice to be well is a radical, voluntary act. The silver lining, as I see it, is infinite source energy, always available to help me renew my attitude and awareness. What comes to mind is a song of Taj Mahal’s I’ve always liked: “Take a Giant Step.”

No matter what the Powers That Be may have in store for us, we still have control over how we respond. Together our alignment can shift the virus trajectory to the best possible outcome while, like myself, so many determine to stay connected with the love that moves the sun and stars.


Susan Boskey is a Certified Cannabis Educator and Practitioner, and graduate of the Holistic Cannabis Academy, Longmont, Colorado. She is the former owner/operator of a private practice dedicated to detoxification and re-establishment of gut health with over 45 years of personal and professional experience in the health and wellness industry. Her mission today is to intervene in the noise of modern life to help people transform the pain of stress, anxiety and depression into a welcomed, felt-sense of wellbeing.

Visit her website: LifestyleWellnessRx.com   and  online course, The CannaWisdom Process™, a self-care program for how to safely use medicinal cannabis to recover from mood disorders and gain a new perspective on life without pharmaceuticals. Visit: https://cannawisdom.podia.com

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