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urfrnd

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When I meditate I experience physical pain in my body. What should I do? should i stop meditating or just take a rest or anything wrong in my methods?

ashirtha

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Sensations (itching/aches/pains/etc.) can arise in the body when meditating for several reasons. Sometimes the cause is just an uncomfortable posture--make sure that your posture is comfortable under normal circumstances. Other times the cause is that sensations in the body are more noticable in meditation. The body and mind are calmer and you are able to notice more details in your bodily experience. It is often interesting to simply observe these sensations in your body : to use them as the objects of meditation. Sometimes these sensations just go away without your having to move or change your posture. Remember that a quiet body contributes to a quiet mind.

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While meditate it may happen because of your body position or you did wrong way. Make sure you are in right position. If you feel paining or uncomfortable just relax few minutes then do again. If it continue consult your trainer then do meditation.     

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if you feel it means you are forcing your mind to sit or concentrate into which you are asking it to do it. that causes little stress to your body. that shows out... so thats all so dont force your mind to do whatever you say...

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Re: When I meditate I experience physical pain in my body. What should I do?
« Reply #4 on: November 01, 2009, 09:59:42 PM »
A little physical pain may  happen to anyone, its a normal thing. Don't leave meditation for this...PERSIST. You will find a way out soon.

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Re: When I meditate I experience physical pain in my body. What should I do?
« Reply #5 on: November 02, 2009, 05:59:13 PM »
It happens for everyone, slowly your body gets used to mediation and you will be very relaxed after few days.

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Re: When I meditate I experience physical pain in my body. What should I do?
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2009, 04:33:05 AM »
yeah, it probably is your posture.  it would be a lot better meditating if you make sure that your body is at ease, so you won't feel any pain. but anyhow, once you perfected the art of meditating you will not be feeling any pain anymore,but complete relaxation.

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Re: When I meditate I experience physical pain in my body. What should I do?
« Reply #7 on: November 30, 2009, 06:55:42 PM »
I think you should consult the problem with your trainer first and if you do not have a trainer then you should appoint someone or join some meditation center. This step will help you in sorting out of all types of problems coming in your meditation session.

shikha2916

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One should not stop meditating if he feels physical pain in his body. he should meditate regularly so that he can remove all the pains of his body.

alex wild

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I think you should consult the problem with your trainer first and if you do not have a trainer then you should appoint someone or join some meditation center.


 

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