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30 min

Living Wisdom: Addicted to Pain

Meditation | By David Harshada Wagner on Apr 09 2012
In this session Harshada discusses teachings and methods for breaking free from our habit of suffering. Includes discussion and guided meditation.

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In this session Harshada discusses teachings and methods for breaking free from our habit of suffering. Includes discussion and guided meditation.

Comments

  • Kristen Daza-Taylor     Nov 27th, 2013
    Thank you for your wisdom and guidance. It is exactly what I needed.
  • Jennifer Leach     May 1st, 2013
    I have been wondering for years why I am so unhappy all the time, why I am so angry and resentfull all the time... This video has led me to realize I have been clinging to my pain like a sheild, like an honor badge, clinging to my anger like an earned prize for all I have been through. Thank you for the first step to the rest of my life!
    • D. Harshada Wagner     May 1st, 2013
      thats a deep insight. that's the kind of awareness that we need to celebrate.
  • Cynthia McCabe     Apr 16th, 2013
    Thank you Harshada. So helpful and full of wisdom. You have shifted me and I will pass it on!
    • D. Harshada Wagner     May 1st, 2013
      thanks!
  • Jacklyn Bengtsson     Jan 3rd, 2013
    Fabulous
  • Kas Aruskevich     Dec 29th, 2012
    To hear ur words
    To listen w intent
    Aims at the heart
    The mind
    The body
    To transcend as one
  • Carri Schneider     Dec 17th, 2012
    Thank you. From the heart.
  • lara plutte     Oct 19th, 2012
    Thank you.
  • Sharon Godwin     Sep 12th, 2012
    Lovely!
  • Rachel Biffin     Aug 6th, 2012
    Your words are so wise, true and clear. Thank you for your wonderful guidance. Inspiring!
    Rachel, Southern Highlands, Australia! xx
  • sarah sumner     Jul 16th, 2012
    Harshada, this is totally amazing and so are you! Sarah from Durango
  • Amy Reyer     Jun 23rd, 2012
    This is a life-changing practice, and helped me to recognize my patterns in a new way, thank you:)Namaste
  • Alaa Alaa     Jun 13th, 2012
    Dear Harshada, you are a breath of fresh air. Thank you for sharing your light and joy with us. Much love and light from Saudi Arabia! =)
  • Lisa Koester     May 13th, 2012
    Beautiful! Sooo grateful for this teacher. Amazing work, thank you thank you.
  • Lisa Koester     May 13th, 2012
    Beautiful! Sooo grateful for this teacher. Amazing work, thank you thank you.
  • Kathryn Kathryn     Apr 30th, 2012
    Thank you
  • Lilianne Di Paolo     Apr 20th, 2012
    hELLO GREAT MEDITATION,YOU REMIND ME OF HARRY POTTER ,YOU ARE DEFINITLY
    A MAGICIAN IN WISDOM, YOU DEFINITLY PUT A SMILE ON MY FACE LIKE AN ELF LILY
  • Antonella Wicki     Apr 19th, 2012
    Dear Harshada i am adictet to your meditazions ...your are e very very great Meditazion Teacher....if not the best....
    Thanks Antonella from Italy
  • D. Harshada Wagner     Apr 13th, 2012
    Rose- yes. In this case severance means "cutting the union with pain". It is a distinction from "elimination of pain". It is an invitation to look at the ways that we are addicted to our pain and the way that we cultivate "union" or devotion to our pain.
  • rose deruiter     Apr 11th, 2012
    Do you mean the letting go of the union with pain? would that be another way to describe severance?
  • rose deruiter     Apr 11th, 2012
    dear Harshada. I love this one (well, basicly all of them, but this one is huge!).

    However, I don't understand the meaning of severance. Could you please explain? It seems very crucial.

    If I look it up it is explained as: The act of severing, or the state of being severed; partition; separation.
    (n.) The act of dividing; the singling or severing of two or more that join, or are joined, in one writ; the putting in several or separate pleas or answers by two or more disjointly; the destruction of the unity of interest in a joint estate.


    But you mention the union of severance...

    Could you please find another word/way for me to describe severance?

    Much gratitude and love from the Netherlands!
  • Tammy O'Rourke     Apr 10th, 2012
    Thank you Harshada. I was filled with bliss by the end of this session and feel much gratitude for my practice of severance from pain.