Shinzen guides a meditation for Pain. Part I of III ~ Shinzen Young


Shinzen guides a student, Rich, іח using meditation tο shift one’s relationship tο pain аחԁ/οr physical discomfort. www.basicmindfulness.org Tһіѕ іѕ PART 1 οf 3

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4 Responses to “Shinzen guides a meditation for Pain. Part I of III ~ Shinzen Young”

  • Froodi says:

    I used to suffer from sciatica and as a last ditch effort I tried meditation lying down. I got to the point of not thinking of anything after a lot of tries and concentrated on my toe and felt a slight warm feeling. i was able to pass that up to the base of my spine and left it there for a while.  When I got up I was totally free of pain for a few hours. Sounds nuts but it worked.

  • rooker9 says:

    Pain and discomfort can be light years apart.

  • Raina430 says:

    I love Shinzen Young, and think he is the best teacher of this kind of work I have ever heard. But please, when teaching people how to deal with PAIN, I wonder, with all due respect, if Shinzen Young could call it that instead of discomfort. Discomfort means my shoes are too tight, or the air conditioning is too high :) , or I feel some muscle tensions. But the title of this meditation is “Shinzen guides a meditation for Pain”. THANK YOU SHINZEN for your wonderful teachings.

  • Raina430 says:

    I love Shinzen Young, and think he is the best teacher of this kind of work I have ever heard. But please, when teaching people how to deal with PAIN, I wonder if you could call it that instead of discomfort. Discomfort means my shoes are too tight, or the air conditioning is too high. I don’t think I would invest time in doing your wonderful techinques because I wasn’t comfortable. But for PAIN, this is GREAT!

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