Extreme pain with extreme serenity?

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments


“Natural rest” is for me, first and foremost, about resting in presence. Addiction comes next.

This is the way I understand Scott’s new book. I did not get it the first time I read it. Now I read it again. Sentence by sentence.

Thank you Scott Kiloby for this gift of love.

So many of us are so grateful for the one few. That is probably you.

Some sharing following reading the book:

Had a medical treatment today to free a frozen shoulder.

These are nice words to describe the tremendous pain of tearing the tissue that limits the movement. The pain was such that I nearly fainted, yet asked the doc to continue on and on.

You literally feel and hear the tissue tear up. “My” tissue. Tears also flow… a feast of pain. [they can't prevent the pain where the tissue is glued together].

What amazed me and the staff: Tremendous pain with zero suffering.

Just the energy playing itself with all its might. ALL its might.

Could not really work with the energy – so what was left was simply to let it be.

In any case it was not “my” pain but just pain playing itself on and on.

They said they’d never encountered a case like that and thought I was some kind of a hero; I thought I had nothing to do with it …

best, dani

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