Pain persists when you avoid feeling it.

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“Pain persists when you avoid feeling it.

Pain dissolves when you face it.

Once you truly face it, you’ll see that there is a big difference between feeling good and contentment.

Feeling good is superficial and impermanent, contentment is authentic and always available.

If you want to feel good, eat a chocolate bar.

If you want to feel contentment, feel your pain.”

Excerpt from “There Are No Others: Accepting the Reality of Aloneness”

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3 responses to this post.

  1. When my feelings start acting up, I sit right up and ask myself “okay Shad, what is wrong?” what happens after is always amazing

  2. Excellent awareness

  3. Posted by mylustforlife on January 8, 2020 at 11:20 pm

    Very wise!

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