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by fredens:

"Because of the human tendency to perpetuate old emotion, almost everyone carries in his or her energy field an accumulation of old emotional pain, which I call "the pain-body."
~Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth
I respect the honesty from those of you who "self-medicate," but is that truly healing?

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by smoking pot

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I use my healing wands that i bought from the warcraft store

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I just wont let go...to the trouble's . ..I'll keep trying ..

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Remembering that none of this world is real, letting go of grudges, and rock and roll.

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Thats called your health bar. Oh wait wrong game.

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I'm not, and I can't.

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therapy...lots of it.

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Ganga, mon!!

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You are taking a quote out of context. Tolle's book needs to be read slowly, chapter by chapter. In all fairness to him, read the book first before you comment.

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Everyone carries emotional pain, but it's not something that is voluntary, I don't think. I think it's pain and unconsciousness linked together making it hard to access. Enlightened people make it sound so easy and wonder why others have chosen to remain in ignorance, like it's a choice! But I think life is designed this way because if a person could just decide to be enlightened and cease to reincarnate, there would be no human forms for sub-human forms to evolve into, the whole primary consciousness/unconsciousness would collapse and the creation would be destroyed. Creation is impermanent anyway and will eventually be destroyed, but it won't be because humans discovered a fool-proof secret to instant liberation, unfortunately.

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Yoga and lots of cool samurai flicks.

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The wounded heart which never healed right, but instead became infected with resentment.. and the wound closed up with the infection trapped inside.
Sometimes it's necessary to cut the wound open again and let the infection run out... but...what will be done differently now, so that the wound finally heals once and for all?
Do we have to be forgiving at last?
What else can we do?

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I'm trying, but the scars are deep and they don't heal.

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Deep meditation to find the root cause and then take it to the doctor if it needs to go. Deep meditation reminding me that I am healthy.
Prescription pain medications -- all of my meds are handled by one physician.
Also by massages every week because my body gets tweaked and new pains erupt.
Heating pad.

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I tend to smoke a little pot.
Meditation also helps a lot. Although it is very hard to meditate when stoned. So it helps me to smoke less pot too.
Edit: No i do not think that smoking pot to deal with issues that i have is good for me. I do know that it is less harmful to me than some of the other things i have done in life as a result of things that happened in childhood. I am working on taking responsibility for my own actions and being able to let go of the actions of others who have caused me hurt or harm. Becoming mature enough to realize that every one of the people who caused me hurt is as human and fallible as I am has helped a lot. When you stop blaming others and yourself for problems is when you can finally work on ways to fix them. One of the people who i blamed a lot was my father. Since his death my thinking has changed a lot. I wish now that i had known the forgiveness for him that i have come to understand when he was still alive. Sadly that was not to be. I am not fixed but i am working on it.

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