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Apparently, if we can get passed how bad it makes us feel, there is a lot of good which can emerge from a period of feeling awful. Pain and suffering, including that caused by withdrawal from antidepressants and other drugs can be a catalyst for transformation, a gift, which when unwrapped, can contain the seeds of a renewed life. "Are pain and suffering destructive experiences to be avoided, or are they opportunities for people to develop an extraordinary life? The wisdom of spiritual philosophies throughout the ages has converged with modern psychological research to produce an answe
hi, I thought i could start a meditation thread. not sure if this is the right place to post and if there is another thread already started on the topic. i will post more. please join me if you have a daily mindfulness practice, or if you are interested in spiritual growth. my goal is to make this thread as a resources for people who are in withdrawal. mindfulness and being in the moment present, acceptance of our current experience has been crucial in my recovery. just a disclaimer, i am a buddhist, so everything i will post about my meditation practice
Petunia posted a topic in Finding meaningAUDIOBOOK This Moment Is the Perfect Teacher 10 Buddhist Teachings Full In part of this recording she talks about chronic illness, pain and mental anguish, describing techniques for acceptance and transformation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao3pL8cim30