Guided Meditation: Pain

20 minutes
Mingyur Rinpoche guides you through meditating through pain.

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July 23, 2012

6 responses on "Guided Meditation: Pain"

  1. This is very good when I meditate but when I stop meditation I feel again the physical pain and the mental pain coming from the first pain and emotion becomes great and stressful. how can I achieve calm even when I don’t meditate?

  2. That is a question I have grappled with a lot myself. For me it is a process, no quick answer or change, BUT it is a big deal to realize I can deal with the pain even for a few moments during meditation. This gives me the experience I can come back to, and know that it is even possible to work with my mind during pain. I’ve been working with this for years and for me it does change things. It you take the Joy of Living courses there are different techniques in each of the three levels for working with pain. They have all been helpful to me.

  3. Thank You. It’s hard to find peace when I am not meditating but I will do my best. Thanks for your help.

  4. I find meditation and doing it body scan immediately brings me back to the physical and not the emotional aspect of the discomfort. It’s like having awareness of the body and afterwards I can see the impact that my brain has on my ability to deal with it.
    Like it takes out the suffering and allows for me to appreciate it as it is.

  5. When i maditate that timr feels good but again something happan nd my mind fistrub..

  6. This was great, pain subsided after second try… I guess our mind was making pain more painful.

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