Pain Disguised

Often, but not always memories, forgotten thoughts, past trauma, emotions and feelings disguise themselves as physical pain. Sometimes though it’s also just physical pain.

But when a thought, trauma, memory, feeling or emotion does disguise itself as pain, it is because a reconciliation and release hasn’t taken place. Our memories (both subconscious physiological) can be quite mysterious sometimes in storing things that have had an impact on us. Perhaps some of this is due to being too young to wholly process and move through said memories, forgotten thoughts, past trauma, emotions and feelings, so our mind and body stores it away for later. Sometimes we make a specific choice not to “deal with” certain things going on within and around us. Either way, the longer we hold on to these different things, the more and more they become like ghosts after a while, occasionally haunting.

This is why meditation can sometimes be intense, because sometimes in an effort to tone down our conscious and subconsciousness, things like memories, forgotten thoughts, past trauma, emotions and feelings might come bubbling to the surface.

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