Shilpa Shetty spending some ‘MeTime’ during coronavirus lockdown

Bollywood’s actress, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, who has been extremely active on social media these days, shared a photo of herself with fans and Shilpa Shetty spending some ‘MeTime’ during coronavirus lockdown.

The actress stressed the need for spending some ‘Me Time’ that we often underestimate. Shilpa Shetty took to her Instagram and shared a photo of herself along with a detailed note on the importance of spending some ‘Me Time’ with yourself.

Shilpa Shetty spending some 'MeTime' during coronavirus lockdown
Shilpa Shetty spending some ‘MeTime’ during coronavirus lockdown

She also wrote that she has always wanted to take a row of silence, for the longest time, (she did it 12 years ago), but it’s always seemed impossible for her to do with her life and other commitments.

She further went on to add that when we fast, we cleanse the body, but when we keep silent and spend some ‘Me Time’, we cleanse the mind.

Also, she recommended to do or try ‘Karna Mauna’, you can still communicate through actions or messages, but limit your actions with no words. It’s a simple exercise that helps you to curb anger and negative thoughts. It also reflects on your inner self.

If you practice this time to time, it helps you to master your tongue, which can kill as well as heal. Try it, can’t be a better time. You can start with 2 to 3 hours on weekends and you will feel better with the experience.

The actress always sheds light on the importance of self-care and the things related to this that help you to revitalize your soul.

Check out her post!

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Grateful to have this precious time… some ME time that we underestimate. I’ve always wanted to take a vow of silence, for the longest time (did it 12 yrs ago), but it’s always seemed impossible to do with my life and commitments. When we fast, we cleanse the body; but when we keep silent, we cleanse the mind. With this lockdown I’m sure our minds are on an overdrive of thoughts, with pent up feelings and worry. Try and do a ‘Karna mauna’; you can still communicate through actions or messages, but limit your actions with no words. It’s a great exercise to curb anger & negative feelings, reflect on your inner self, and make you weigh your words in the future. They say when you practice this from time-to-time it helps master your tongue, which can kill as well as heal… Try it, can’t be a better time… start with 2/3 hours on weekends and you will feel liberated and enlightened with the experience. . . . . . #20DaysOfGratefulness #Day14 #VowOfSilence #IndiaFightsCorona #gratitude #time #thoughts #reflection

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