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By Dr Maharaja SivaSubramanian N
Pain as such is something we feel bad about and something that we intend to avoid. And here is where I want to give an example and then take it forward from there as we discuss about pain being healing in nature.
Remember a time in your life where you would have seen someone fall down and hurt their knee. Did they have bleeding? And did the wound heal over a period of time? As the wound healed, they would have felt a slight amount of pain around the knee area. And this has been considered a sign of physical regeneration and healing.
The same way, when healing happens at two different planes; psychological, and energy level; it is then too that at times we feel slight pain.
When the regeneration happens on its own, and we are leaving our own self in a way of non-disturbance to it; it is close to painless. Like for example, people seldom feel pain when a knee injury is healing as they are sleeping. The pain is felt more when they are awake, trying to move, trying to do a lot of things and also at the same time when the mind goes; ‘if not for this injury, I would be doing work now’. That disruption from the natural process of regenaration contributes to a certain extent of feeling of pain. Left otherwise, the pain is literally a lesser degree.
So pain, is healing in nature to a certain extent. And at the same time if you want to manage it; irrespective of whichever nature it is, allow yourself to stay calm and stay in a state where the healing is just allowed to happen and not interrupted with.
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