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Meditations for Pain

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This series of meditations were used in a research study at the University of New Mexico for people experiencing chronic pain.  100% of participants reported that the meditations reduced their experience of pain, helped them to relax and sleep, and generally improved the quality of their lives.

They are designed to go from short to long, so that if your pain is severe and sitting is difficult, you can start with the shorter meditations, and then as you gain some skill with sitting with your pain, you can progress to the longer meditations.  If you want to start with the shorter meditations and then immediately feel ready to sit for longer, you should feel comfortable to allow one meditation to flow right into the next one in the series, and you can build your practice from there.

Meditations for Pain

Sitting in Stillness 3.5 min.

Settling the Mind on the Breath 5 min.

Releasing Tension and Resistance 8 min.

Riding the Waves of Breath and Pain 10.5 min.

Letting It Be 14 min.

Expanded Awareness 16 min.

STRESS
REDUCTION
Settling the Mind on the Breath Meditation

Breathing can be an immediate tool for calming the central nervous system. This short meditation can be done anytime, anywhere you want to take things down a notch and ease your stress.

I hope so much it helps,

Michelle
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SLEEP ISSUES
Body Scan for Relaxation

The next best thing to sleep is rest. If you can use this meditation to help you move into a state of rest, you are at least now moving in a good direction. So don't be discouraged if it doesn't put you right to sleep. Use it to put you to rest, and then see what happens.

I hope so much this helps,

Michelle
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WORKPLACE
STRESS
Focusing the Mind Meditation

If you Google what the top ten most successful people do on a daily basis, more than half say they meditate.

When our mind gets scattered, it's hard to be efficient and effective. Try this short practice to interrupt any overwhelm and refocus the mind.

Hope it helps!

Michelle
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One of the most important practices
toward developing mindfulness, this
meditation increases our ability to
use the mind to relax the body.
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