Sitting With Pain

One of the most important things you will do as a human is sit with yourself and be with your pain.  This does not mean staying there, but it does mean acknowledging it for what it is and what it may have driven you do in the past.  It is time to stop running, self-medicating against and hiding from it.  Just like any other facet of your existence, it deserves to be recognized and honored before being released.  You owe this to yourself…..it is time…..let us begin, My child. ~ Creator

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19 thoughts on “Sitting With Pain

  1. […] One of the most important things you will do as a human is sit with yourself and be with your pain.  This does not mean staying there, but it does mean acknowledging it for what it is and what it may have driven you do in… Sitting With Pain. […]

  2. Such beautiful and wise advice. I often forget this and try to move myself through it and out the other side before it’s time. Great reminder 🙂 Sharon

  3. Shengwen says:

    No matter pains or joys, be alone, to look at what it is and recognize what I am.
    It may be cruel to face oneself , but it really helps.
    No pain, no growth , it’s life anyway.
    In Father’s love . ❤

  4. Wang says:

    When faced with any difficulty of life, resolve it by following these four steps:
    face it, accept it, deal with it, and then let it go.
    当你面对生命中的困顿, 用四个步骤来化解它:
    面对它、接受它、处理它、放下它.

    –Master Sheng Yen, Buddhist monk 圣严法师, 佛教僧侣

  5. Reblogged this on Forever Unlimited and commented:
    So pertinent to my experience today, especially.

  6. Wang says:

    I love the man that can smile in trouble,
    that can gather strength from distress,
    and grow brave by reflection.
    我爱可以在困境中微笑,可以从忧虑中聚集力量,
    并经由反省逐渐变勇敢的人.

    – Thomas Paine, Statesman汤玛斯‧潘恩 ,政治家

  7. Wang says:

    对于一个人,最重要的事之一,就是与自己共处,并与自己的痛苦共处.
    这并不是说你要停留在那儿, 而是要承认它–它是甚么,它曾经让你做了甚么.
    该是停止跑开,自己滥用药物去抗拒并逃避它的时候了.
    正如同你存在的其他面向;在它被化解之前,值得你去了解和尊重.
    你必须为自己这样做…
    是时候了…让我们开始吧, 我的孩子. ~ 造物主

  8. Wang says:

    The most beautiful people we have known are those
    who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle,
    known loss, and have found their way out of the depths.
    These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity,
    and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern.
    Beautiful people do not just happen.
    我们所认识最美丽的人是那些认识挫败、认识痛苦、认识挣扎、
    认识失去、并从深渊中走出来的那些人。
    这些人对生命怀有感恩、敏感度、及了解,使他们充满怜悯、
    温和、及深切的关怀。美丽的人并非偶然发生。

    –– Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, Psychiatrist
    伊莉莎白‧库伯勒-罗斯 ,精神科医师

  9. […] – The Creator Writings Tradução – Vilma Capuano […]

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