How Meditation Can Help with Physical Pain

Pain-Focused Meditation

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When we’re experiencing pain, it can be counter-intuitive to focus on that pain during meditation. Sometimes it is all we can notice, and sometimes it’s just a small little thing. When we explore physical pain mindfully, we can begin to notice the thoughts that arise that can sometimes intensify the pain and pay more attention to what’s actually happening. We can…

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Susan Brumbaugh is a criminal justice researcher who telecommutes, a licensed counselor, a mindfulness meditation practitioner, and a perpetual learner.

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Susan Brumbaugh

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Susan Brumbaugh is a criminal justice researcher who telecommutes, a licensed counselor, a mindfulness meditation practitioner, and a perpetual learner.

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