We are currently in moment in history of collective uncertainty. And learning how to be in wise relationship to uncertainty is more important now than ever. Most of us are invited to stay put at home and may notice we have a lot more time on our hands. This can lead to having more time to worry and be anxious. But it can also be used as an opportunity to retreat, slow down, and learn how to best be with ourselves when experiencing difficulties like fear, anxiety or grief. Learning to relate to these states wisely can help us see things more clearly, have a broader view, take more effective actions, and to be our best selves even when things are difficult.