Break Through Pain: A Step-by-Step Mindfulness Meditation

Break Through Pain: A Step-by-Step Mindfulness Meditation Program for Transforming Chronic and Acute Pain ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☉ Break Through Pain: A Step-by-Step Mindfulness Meditation Program for Transforming Chronic and Acute Pain Author Shinzen Young – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The newest treatment for pain is one of the oldest most effective strategies for pain free living meditation With Break Through Pain meditation expert Shinzen Young teaches you how to retrain your rel The newest treatment for pain is one of Pain: A Kindle Ñ the oldest most effective strategies for pain free living meditation With Break Through Pain meditation expert Shinzen Young teaches you how to Break Through Kindle - retrain your relationship to pain through traditional meditation practices Drawing from thirty years of results in the field this respected teacher offers the essential techniues that have proven successful at painmanagement Through Pain: A MOBI ñ centers around the country Break Through Pain adapts the core principles of mindfulness training to a practical process that can treat even extreme chronic pain effectively possibly reducing the need for Through Pain: A Step-by-Step Mindfulness eBook ↠ drugs or surgery Step by step techniues taught in plain language show how to overcome internal resistance the key to transforming physical pain into a flow of pure energy Includes Shinzen's five most effective meditations for pain.


10 thoughts on “Break Through Pain: A Step-by-Step Mindfulness Meditation Program for Transforming Chronic and Acute Pain

  1. AJ AJ says:

    Lucid explanations from a recognized meditation master I've read other writers on using meditation to deal with pain and often the advice is too generic sit with the pain explore the pain I'm sorry I'm in pain I need small words Shinzen spells out the process clearly here


  2. Alex Linschoten Alex Linschoten says:

    Some profound next level thoughts and reframing exercises relating to pain The proof is in the practice as with all these things but I for one found this to be a really useful book Don't let the gimmicky title and 80s artwork put you off


  3. Candace Haskell Candace Haskell says:

    I enjoyed Shinzen Young's melodious prose and soothing way of talking about how to engage with pain As a Western Buddhist monk who has endured great physical challenges in his spiritual pursuits and his own personal physical pain he has credentials which give him gravitas The chapters did seem a little short on how to practice his methods as did the accompanying CD meditations but I believe his point isengage with the meditations AND your pain and don't spend too much time analyzing eitherThe best meditation ever is the last oneBreath Pleasure This one is priceless and I use it daily It doesn't help my shingles much but it does make me intermittently happy to be alive


  4. Maha Emad Maha Emad says:

    When observed with enough precision and patience pain fosters spiritual insight and emotional purification


  5. Kristen Kristen says:

    You will always want to have than one copy of this book on hand so that you can lend it to a friend in need Shinzen Young writes about his personal experience with chronic pain and provides guidance on how to respond to discomfort and the reactions we experience when we experience discomfort The book comes with a CD that has several tracks on how to meditate or how to think feel and observe ourselves when we are in pain Each track on the CD approaches the issue in a different way One track looks at our emotional responses and he gentle talks the listener through ways to observe the many sometimes overlapping emotions and accept or work with them Another track for those in extreme discomfort simply guides the listener through ways of breathing Advanced tracks on the CD guide the listener through additional ways of meditating on how pain travels through the body


  6. Jane Jane says:

    Just the book I needed to read to shift my experience of the pain from my knee replacement that still persists Contains a cd that has guided meditation to help practice the shift The right book at the right time When I first had this surgery I would have resented the implication that I was going to be feeling pain for so long and that I'd have to learn new ways to deal with it


  7. Susan Susan says:

    Mindful meditation is composed of two elements an opening to the pain and a careful observation of the pain The careful observation leads to deep insight This insight is like a many sided jewelThere is permanent relief that comes through retraining your relationship to pain


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