Facing the Pain Body - Advanced

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Facing the Pain Body - Advanced

Postby rideforever » Thu Jan 16, 2014 6:35 am

I have recently been made aware of a book that teaches how to step by step merge and dissolve pain. It is very good I have been doing this 3 hrs a day for 6 weeks, and old baggage that I thought would never disappear ... is indeed disappearing.

The book is down on this page:
http://www.paulvereshack.com/

This would be good for very motivated people who want change desperately enough to work hard; and who have some discipline and control.

It is not a 'talking' book ... but feeling the pain in the body ... allowing it to rise and merging with it - facing it. Opening to deep experiences and merging with them with totality.

There is also another book I am aware of for those that like journalling (writing down stuff), by Jean Jenson.

May you find them useful.
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Re: Facing the Pain Body - Advanced

Postby smiileyjen101 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:24 am

Nice to see you posting again ride.

I'd like to add a book I've just finished,
Gordon LIvingston MD Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart - 30 things you need to know now

http://www.gordonlivingston.com/reader- ... ate-smart/
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Re: Facing the Pain Body - Advanced

Postby Onceler » Fri Jan 17, 2014 2:59 am

Interesting book, Ride....very intense. I just started it, but find it compelling, having been trained in therapy. I also have been fascinated with Eugen Gendlin after hearing him speak in Chicago and working on a book signing event for him. He's not mainstream at all, but it's funny how threads in my life keep popping up.

As I said, I just started the book, but will continue and may try the practice.....if my pain tolerance allows.
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Re: Facing the Pain Body - Advanced

Postby rideforever » Fri Jan 17, 2014 6:35 am

There is a very nice talk in the Vereshack book about being 'receptive' and 'humble' in receiving this insight from your pain. And also about remaining 'pure' and not distorting the information. All in all, I find it very complete.
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