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Ever wonder why some people seem to feel less pain than others? A study conducted at Wake Forest School of Medicine may have found one of the answers — mindfulness. “Mindfulness is related to being aware of the present moment without too much emotional reaction or judgment,” said the study’s lead author, Fadel Zeidan, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology and anatomy at the medical school, part of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. “We now know that some people are more mindful than others, and those people seemingly feel less pain.” (1)

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Weird.

Focusing on the “now” makes you feel less pain, while the opposite would sound more logical.

And yet, what is “now” but the complete ignorance of everything else than existence itself?

There is nothing here NOW.

Not your senses. Not the others. Not even your own self. Nothing. Just you. Alone. Wandering in the forest of pure existence. Step into that river and everything will go away. Step into that river and suddenly things will start being as only inexistent things can ever be…

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You do not “feel” pain.

You chose to make pain be…

And now all the universe is crying with you…