You’ve probably been told, in a moment of anguish, that the pain is all in your head. Well in a sense it is all in your head. Pain is a process of stimulus (the part that’s injured, broken, etc.), the nervous system (the message delivery system), and the brain (the message interpreter)
The fact that there is an interpretation of bodily damage means there is a possibility to tweak and change it. So, here we arrive at the conclusion that using your mental acuity, you can actually lessen the experience of pain. The irony of it is that you must believe that your mind is stronger than what you feel.
Well, now that we know pain can be suppressed using your mind, how do you accomplish it? The general term that describes this answer, but not necessarily the most fitting,is meditation. Here is a widely used technique that will help you combat that unrelenting pain:
Put yourself in a dark room in a relaxing position.
Keep your eyes closed. Find a comfortable rhythm to your breathing, and make sure they’re deep breaths
Let your breathing slow as you prepare to focus.
Focus on a body part that doesn’t hurt to divert your attention.
Imagine the painful body part being stripped from your body, floating away.
Imagine you’ve found a cure, and are injecting it into the painful spot.
Think of time when that spot didn’t hurt, and you were free of pain.
Focus on all the positive things in your life.
Count backwards from 100, imagining that every number you speak is turning down the pain that much.
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