Meditations for Pain Relief, is a meditation based approach to pain management and relief. While useful for short term pain associated with acute injury, the primary focus is on chronic pain. In this way, the exercises focus not only on relief but also address the emotional impact of pain on the psyche and the need to recreate life based upon these new parameters. This compilation includes 20 meditations and guided imagery visualizations divided into four sections. The first two sections include a variety of resources to manage and relieve pain; while the final two sections include exercises that seek to regain a calmness that allows the individual to listen to his or her pain symptoms. In using these tools, the chronic pain sufferer not only learns how to cope with pain symptoms but also begins to understand what is needed to live a contented life, redefined on these new terms.
Dr. Tami gives an overview of the book:
About Dr. Tami
A Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome diagnosis in 1996 introduced Tami Brady to alternative health therapies. In her quest to ease her own suffering, she became interested in the Whole Health approaches used in Reiki and other Transpersonal methodologies such as...