Live & Learn
Most of the pain you’re dealing with are really just thoughts.. ever think of that?
– Buddhist Bootcamp
Credits: Image – Journal of a Nobody. Quote: Thank you Karen @ Karen’s Korner
If you’re trying to convince yourself that your back is all better, it isn’t going to work. Do not push yourself. You’ve tried that already. Full stop. ;-)
(Note to Self: It’s like nothing gets by this woman)
It’s that whole mirror thing pal.
As a mater of fact, yes I have. It doesn’t always help emotionally, but I acknowledge it intellectually. (Listen to Mimi)
Laughing. OK Ray.
do not venture out yet, back into the arena that will bring on the pain once more, both in body and mind. take a break and really recover. both will tell you when you are ready.
OK OK OK
hah, the battering you are taking from all of us, your loyal followers, may be a bigger pain than your back )
You guys are relentless. My ego crumbling. (What little there was)
On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 8:15 PM, lead.learn.live. wrote:
we are a hearty lot. full of vim and vigor. and ideas and opinions. and tireless in our advice and thoughts for what people we care about ought to do. people know not to mess with us. you are stuck with us.)
WMS. Love the image too.
:) Me too!
Yes! But I need to be reminded. Thanks for dong that so well, David.
Piling on here, pal. Mimi speaks the truth…ignore her at your peril….
Shocking. Lori piling on behind Mimi. Wow. Totally unexpected!
Hey, what can I say. We’re like PB&J. :-)
No sh*t! :)
yes, and that makes it no easier to get rid of it! :)
Yes to all the above. The operative word in the quote is “most.”
Right. The real pain is certainly a different story.
Yes, but that’s because thoughts matter too :)
I have on and off neck pain/headaches from an old injury and am really feeling it the last few weeks. I decided to take a day off today for some serious rest!
Good for your Debra.
The operative word is “most”. Your back pain is most likely not in your head and I agree with the advice to let it heal properly.
well depends if it is heartfelt pain or physical pain? Although physical pain can be heartfelt.. :)
Yes, it certainly can Tina…
WMS. So get on the ride of recovery David. :)
Love the photo.
Thank you Sonia
Reblogged this on LIVING ON THE GRID, THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX and commented:
I think about that every day. — John
Thanks for sharing John.
If you feel it, can it be imaginary?
I’ve thought of that, too.
Reblogged this on I'm just starting… and commented:
Interesting and true!
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