I was inspired tonight to go out and document Rochester during the COVID-19 "New York on Pause".Note: I took all precautions, followed social distancing guidelines and was responsible while filming at all locations.
Posted by Jeremy Scott Bielawski on Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Each time Life gave us a pause, it’s so we can gather our bearings. Thanks for making me think today, your pics made me pause! Jeremy Scott Bielawski
Pauses allow us to Look at our own selves a little more truly and embrace our existence the way it has turned out so far. This is also the time to start making changes in our daily habits if we need to improve our body’s immune status.
I started changing my habits in 2016, two years after a very important family member passed away, while still in his 50s. So even though my first pause was 2014 , it took me 2 years to start reconciling with honestly reforming and changing myself. His death had changed my life in crucial ways. Even though I didn’t experience any financial instability since being a doctor assures a stable income if you are willing to work. But I was a doctor in need for healing herself too. So it took me years to cleanse my body, my friend circles, my environment, my emotions(which are still under de & re-construction), I also changed my office space & it’s micro-environment. It surely was not easy or cheap, but as I look back today from the trenches that I built for myself, I can safely say that I am ok and ready and willing to help others too, as and when I can!
I have to thank everyone who called and texted me to find out how I am holding on. Let me inform you that even though I am personally ok, many of my closest friends and family members face critical dangers. I ask for your prayers and love 🙏🙏❤️❤️ (I believe in both)
This pause and stillness is a gift so we can also celebrate our good health, and be grateful for our friends and families.
🤟✊🤓🙏Viruses will come and go, but your body will stay with you till your last breath.
Look after it. Learn to look after yourself and then make a list of top 5 most important people in your life!! Ok top ten if you belong to a large family(like I do) (mine is top 20 and I haven’t reached all of my list yet)
my lists are short because our care is intensive! My care is not the useless worry or lack of worry, that people sometimes manifest without paying attention, but a comprehensive plan and strategy for most conceivable but minor bullshit issues. So my average call lasts 30 mins ! And i tell all my friends and family one thing only!!
“I am not here to take care of you, I am here to show you how to take care of yourself.”
I tell my family members that they used to have to chase me when I was working, because I was so busy , paying my bills, but today I am chasing all my family members and the handful of friends I collected in my life, so I can teach them what I have learnt from years and years of work and toil!!
And I am unable to even control what they do!
So Here are my list of important things you can do today and all the days you will be off. Pick a few daily!
– do sanity checks with your top 5 most important people.
-catch up on sleep 💤 🙏🌷
-make daily morning and evening routines
-get your corona care kits in order (ask my office if you don’t know what’s in it, or follow my podcast where I speak about it non stop lol )
-drink lots of water
-meditate twice a day
-eat real food and not processed shit(processed food are engineered to cause addiction and if you are stuck at home, food will be the last addiction you will need)
-cut alcohol and sugar
-call your parents (if they are alive) daily!! Daily !! Daily !!
-take some essential supplements (orally if you have to but intravenously if you can afford to)
-wash your hands
-make sure your doctor has your recent records and you have easy access to them
-make your living will and your end of life care decisions and discuss them routinely with your family.(inform them if they change)
It’s possible to save the day if we put our minds to it.