15434Re: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Sleepy & Hurting
- Jul 16, 2007Aideen: you may need to see a doctor, it could be circulatory or even something in the nervous system. In the mean time take a break from meditation. Get plenty of rest and exercise especialy after dinner take a long walk if it's safe to do so.sean
aideenmck <aideenmck@...> wrote:--- In meditationsocietyof america@yahoogro ups.com, "aideenmck"
<aideenmck@. ..> wrote:
> Lately I tend to fall asleep every time I sit down to meditate;
> constant battle to remain awake. Regarding this matter, I find 2
> conflicting views in books & articles about meditation. One is to
> accept that what's needed at that time is sleep, so if sleep is
> happens, so be it. The other is to regard the sleepiness as the
> mind, fearful of annihilation, setting up a hindrance.
> Another problem which arose about the same time as the sleepiness
> pain. Again, I read conflicting advice about whether or not to
> my position. Be one with the excruciating pain, or shift the
> leg, whatever.
> It's a bad patch I'm going through, I guess, because if it isn't
> thing, it's the other. I'd like to hear what anybody has to say
I'm still wondering whether anybody has words of wisdom about the
problem of pain to which I referred. Does one go into the pain, as
it were, remaining physically still? Or move to alleviate it?
Lately, there's always leg pain when I sit down to meditate, so I
could be fidgeting constantly. I don't know what to do about this.
I'd appreciate some advice.
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