Remembering the Forgotten

As I continue working with clients online this May, I found that while many were grateful that the circuit breaker has allowed them to focus on themselves and their families. However, there were also some obvious issues that were surfacing. The one I noticed the most was that feeling of isolation, not just from their usual social network, but also from nature and the other parts of the world that is not directly related to their friends, family and work.

Then last week while I was working on my Women of Passion Virtual Festival to raise funds for HOME (Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics), I realised that too many people are so focused on their own security and safety that they have forgotten about compassion, charity and social impact. As the biggest humanitarian crisis in our living memory, the Covid-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected low-wage migrant workers who often have little or no reserves to fall back on. Migrant workers are finding themselves out of jobs as a result of Covid-19 and many have been subjected to sudden termination of employment and being owed unpaid wages. Those who live in smaller dormitories are even deprived of the basic necessities and many domestic workers are facing issues such as increased workloads, salary issues, termination, uncertainty about their rest day compensation and denial of access to healthcare and medical aid. These often forgotten yet essential part of our society has raised little waves in the news, and many are unaware of their plight. As such, Women of Passion has decided to run a Virtual Festival from 12 to 21 June 2020 to help HOME raise funds, as well as to give local businesses a platform to showcase their products and services while contributing to a good cause. If you are interested in participating or assisting to spread the word, please WhatsApp +6597492857

On a more positive note, Nature and Mother Earth has also been more communicative than usual. The trees in the estate opposite mine are speaking to me everyday (see picture above), and with less humans on the move, there is a peace and calmness. More and more animals that have gone into hiding are also emerging and making their presence felt. And we know the Earth’s consciousness has shifted, and now we humans must become aware and catch up.

This week we have lined up some interesting activities to help you understand and become more aware. Do not hesitate to reach out for healing during this time, whether it is through an online healing session, meditations or distant blessing.

Sending one and all much love, healing and blessings.

Namaste.

With love, light & laughter,
Ame