PAIN VS SUFFERING...
Have you considered that Pain and Suffering are two different aspects altogether.
Pain is a physical sensation that can range from mild - moderate - severe. 'Suffering' is an experience or an emotional state of mind which is dynamic and not absolute.
For example, a woman, who is about to birth her baby goes through labor. Does the woman ever say I am suffering from labor? No! she never does instead she says 'I am in labor using the pain in my body to guide me to birth my baby.' She feels and sees this as a passage of life to become a mother.
There is a profound difference on how we see and feel experiences in life. People can do extraordinary feats in life when they know the difference. I notice there is something about messages and language that feeds this incorrect understanding. For instance, all diseases in most posters, articles, charts, medical infographics and even medical journals attach the word suffering to all illness or disease. Have you ever wondered why? An experience of life is unique for each of us and cannot be 'attached' and therefore initiated. There has to be a different lens.
It is interesting that in health care we are always looking for diagnoses of diseases - the more complex the disease name the more the suffering.
Is there a place to look for "Health" in a system. Health returns only when we 'look' for it. What you pay attention on is what will increase.
What I look through my kaleidoscope of my consciousness and where I direct my awareness is what I will increase.
When I stay in ‘stillness’ of what I look at, what is, what I can, and what I have, I witness only an increase of abundance.
When I go astray in the ‘motion’ of what I look at, what is not, what I cannot do, what I do not have, I witness only an increase of the lack
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