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Learning the Various States of Mind and How Mindfulness Can Help Us Feel Less Intense Pain

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Mindfulness Verses Mindlessness and the Various States of Mind that Follow  We all have various moods. This is absolutely normal. We are humans beings who experience a range of emotions ranging from mild to intense.  Moods can also be known as various states of mind. One always wants to examine the distinct difference between these constantly shifting states. This helps to build awareness of how we are feeling when in these extremely different states of mind. This is an Image of Being Mindful  The above image shows a peaceful scene of the beach, sand, rocks, glaciers and ocean. These all remind of us serenity, peace and tranquility. It is not being shown to look at it in that way however. It is shown to notice the different things that we see when we look at that photograph and the words within it. The word Mindful is also an acronym.  Moment to Moment Attention In the Here and Now Non Judgemental Attitude Detatch from Unhelpful Thoughts Forgive and be Greatful Unconditional Acceptance

The Five Components of Emotions

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 I’m doing a workbook for Ascension. As I do it I save it here so it’s not complete complete in this article. I’m doing on here. Let me know how I do as I go  Emotional Triggers  Introduction to the Five Components of Emotions  Emotions are a roller coaster. When you are dealing with chronic pain as well as emotional pain. We can experience intense emotions, Understanding emotions is a vital component of learning mindfulness to manage chronic pain. You wouldn’t believe how much chronic pain management and emotion disregulation go hand in hand. Negative Emotions can Trigger Many Feelings  We will study many kinds of ways that being mindful of your thoughts, feelings, triggers and surroundings can affect you both mentally and physically. Being mindful is a concept we will get into further in this group. Understanding emotions and how they are triggered needs to be understood however first. When we understand that it is ok to feel how we feel and why we do feel certain emotions, everythin