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andrewking2010-07-05 01:22:51 +0000 #1
I am suffering from chronic pain, what kind of yoga i have to undertake to cure my pain. I need ideas to cure my pain. It’s killing me. I need help

Thanks in advance
InnerAthlete2010-07-05 01:30:57 +0000 #2
Two things Andrew. One is to provide us much more information and to do so in a clear na dconcise way. It is difficult enough to provide such assistance over the Internet but it is, my friend, tougher when generalities are the rule rather than the exception.

consider the following as a short but incomplete list.

how old are you, what is your fitness background, in what ways are you earning a living, are you taking any medications, what have you tried thus far, where is your pain, what sort of pain is it, what flares it and what makes it better, same pain standing as sitting, sitting as lying down???

The second thing is to shift your laguage. When we consistently reaffirm that something is killing us then it begins to do so. I am certain there is a great deal of pain involved here. But understand this is a dialogue between you and your lower back and you have to tidy that relationship up first. Make nice please.
Lars Rimböck2010-07-05 01:32:57 +0000 #3
All what inner athlete wrote is right.

Since I had chronic pain I expierenced Yoga Nidra in the form of Swami Satyananda Saraswati to be very helpfull.

It`s including a sankalpa (affirmation) which can direct the mind into a happy and postive attitude.

After a while of practise my pain has disappeared completely.

Greetings All the best

Lars
xela2010-07-05 01:44:21 +0000 #4
Can you recommend a good affirmation?
Karin2010-07-05 03:04:07 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by andrewking



I am suffering from chronic pain, what kind of yoga i have to undertake to cure my pain. I need ideas to cure my pain. It’s killing me. I need help

Thanks in advance

There are special trained doctors for chronic pain (others mostly don't know very much about it. In the last view years the knowledge and treatment has developed a lot).

I suggest you to find such a specialist first. The earlier the better. The body has a kind of pain memory. And if you have pain for a longer time you might not be able to get rid of it totally anymore.

Search the internet for specialists, search in university hospitals. And don't give up if it takes a while to find someone suitible.

Of course yoga-techniques like yoga nidra ( Amazon.com: Experience Yoga Nidra: Guided deep relaxation: Books: Swami Janakananda Saraswati: www.amazon.com/Exper...id=1178733214&sr=8-2 ) could also be a help, but I think its definitly necessary you find a chronic pain specialist.

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