You may need to make a few tweaks to your spiritual practices during this pandemic. Read on to find out more.
Start getting your psychic readings done by phone instead of having them in person
For a lot of people, getting psychic readings done is an important part of their weekly or monthly spiritual routine. It can ease the anxieties they may be feeling about troubles they're having in their relationships and can help them to mentally prepare for upcoming events. If this is the case for you and the psychic who normally does your readings in person has taken the precaution of closing down their premises to avoid catching or spreading the virus, then you might be feeling a bit lost right now. Not receiving any insights into the future can be disconcerting when you're accustomed to regular prescient updates of this kind, especially at a time like this.
As such, it might be sensible to start getting your psychic readings done by phone from now on. Whilst this might feel a bit odd at first, if you're used to being in the same room as your psychic whilst they work, you will quickly adjust to it. More importantly, it is by far the safest means of having psychic readings done in these circumstances, as it allows both you and the psychic to stay in your respective homes throughout the process instead of having to take the health risks associated with travelling or meeting up in person. You may even find that you prefer this and end up sticking with it after things return to normal and psychics reopen their physical premises, as having readings done by phone is so much more convenient.
Replace meditation retreats and yoga classes with online alternatives
Both yoga and meditation are fantastic spiritual practices for anyone who wants to feel grounded, calm and present. If all of your upcoming local yoga classes and meditation retreats have been postponed and won't be rescheduled until some significant progress has been made regarding the pandemic, you may find yourself missing the spiritual nourishment that going to these events usually gives you.
In this situation, you might want to look for online resources that could fill the spiritual void that you're experiencing as a result of missing out on these activities. For example, you might want to join in an online meditation group on social media, do online yoga classes and post any questions you have about the spiritual aspects of your yoga practice that you may have previously asked your yoga teacher on online forums and see if other yogis can help you out.