Guided Meditation: Finding light in pain

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Pain Management Series

This is part three of a three part series of meditative techniques in our Pain Management series.

Pain can bring with it feelings of uncertainty and a loss of control. Pain can preoccupy the mind as the mind struggles to concentrate on tasks. Managing pain every day can feel overwhelming. One thing is for certain, the only thing you can truly control is your response to pain. This meditation is an invitation to breathe, in order to release pain and emotional tension associated with pain. To welcome a space where you feel able to control your own response to pain.

Here we have some pointers on how to meditate, plus some of our other guided meditations available.

Meditation practice, and this technique, can produce unwanted effects in people who might be more sensitive. We encourage anyone who is unsure about practising this technique to seek appropriate professional support before experimenting with this.

If you have questions about this just reach out and ask. We’re happy to assist!

Our meditations are all unique and written by us. They are guided and secular. They are a combination of mindfulness, visualisation, emotion-work exercises rooted in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and goal achievement rooted in neurolinguistic programming.

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Published by Magenta School of Magick

We are a magick school for spiritually minded people who want advice and resources about, plus training on, using our ‘philosophy and art of affecting intended change through unseen causes’ (known as humanistic magick) in order to make changes that improve their work and lifestyle.