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Meditation for Pain Relief

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For those suffering chronic pain - even after years of surgery, rehabilitation, and medication - only one question matters: How do I find lasting relief? Doctors Levine and Philips offer several distinct mindfulness techniques for reconnecting with the body and allowing fear, frustration, and depression to release. Sounds True Practices are short downloadable audio sessions selected from our most popular courses. Affordably priced and ideal for beginners, they're a powerful way to use energy healing, guided imagery, meditation, and other proven practices at home or on the go. Put them on your smartphone, MP3 player, tablet device, or computer...and start experiencing their benefits today. This session is excerpted from Peter Levine and Maggie Phillips's audio program Freedom from Pain.

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  • Nursey
  • 31-01-19

Not actually "meditation"

Teaches different styles of mentally distracting from pain signals without diasassociating from the body. If each method were examined separately, with some distant music in the background and continued for more than 3 or 4 breaths (each breath is described very acutely for several minutes but cannot actually be practiced at that speed unless you were a deep-sea diver) the sessions could be expanded into actual "meditations". Voices are those of your friendly neighborhood therapists, real, not trained narrators, which in this case is refreshing--you can imagine yourself there is their office learning these things. But the only modality I think I got enough of was tapping; I would have liked a lot more of each style of guided breathing in its own chapter.

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  • Dana Rivero Killian
  • 24-09-16

Not what I thought

expecting guided meditation, not how to. there's a difference. narrator also had an odd voice I found distracting.

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  • Zendee Rose
  • 20-04-15

Ok

It was ok. Not really meditation but ideas of different ways. Good for the fact that there are a couple of good ones.