Re: Question about pain (from Email)
- --- In email@example.com, medit8ionsociety <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, medit8ionsocietyyour pointer is great Bob,
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > I have gone thru 3 abdominal operations in 8 weeks and
> > need some pain relief meditation. I'm tired of taking pills
> > Thank you.
> > Y
> Dear group,
> When I post the questions from Email, I have usually given my 2 cents
> worth, and always ask permission to get more help by posting them
> here. For instance, in this case, some of what I answered is below.
> Thank you from Y to all who answered with such valuable pointers. But
> what I want to focus on is one thing he shared with me, and that is
> that, as he put it, 'about 100 years ago' he used to visit Atlantic
> City and sleep under the boardwalk. Well, that struck home, as I did
> that many times in my youth (usually around the Chelsea beach area).
> As I witnessed the memories fill my minds eye, I also remembered how
> valuable memories can be in pain relief. For instance, I thought about
> how sometimes you can go into a patient's room who has intractable
> pain, and just by talking about their youth or a hobby or sport they
> are interested in, the pain is no longer there during the discussion,
> and for quite a while after. BTW, Y's wife happens to be a nurse, and
> I'm sure this is helping him with his physical recovery very much too.
> So what I am getting at is that if you know someone going through
> pain, or have the opportunity to volunteer your time and energy to
> those you don't know, but need help, just by talking with them, you
> will be able to help them tremendously. And of course, you will feel
> ten feet tall yourself, as is the case whenever you do good for others.
> Peace and blessings,
> OK here's some of what I replied to Y:
> Dear Y,
> My suggestion is to check out the Visualization of Cellular Healing
> Technique on our web site:
> It actually has many methods, and #8 is specific to pain, but they all
> have potential to help.
> As an RN, I do suggest following your physician's directions for pain
> relief, including taking the meds s/he directs, but I also know that
> meditation can help tremendously. I wish you well.
> Peace and blessings,
> Bob Rose, President,
> Meditation Society of America
about the juerney into the past, it
can be revoced by a primal sense:
the memory of smell and music; to hear
the music played those pleasent