Meditation has not always been readily available in the West, yet in recent decades it has become popular and accessible both in lay and religious circles. The scientific community has caught up and research on meditation has been growing steadily since the end of the 20th century.
Despite China reporting no new domestic cases of coronavirus at the time of this writing, all governments are still under siege, some bracing for impact and others fearful of a second wave of infections. What can we learn from those who suffered from the virus first?
In recent days, the surge in cases of coronavirus in China has almost come to a halt. Can we learn something from what happened to China and the Chinese people during the epidemic?