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April 4, 2020
Body Scan Meditation for Chronic Pain: Acknowledge how you are able to sense any sensations in your body in the moment and accept it.
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Here’s a Sample of the “Body Scan Meditation For Chronic Pain” Guided Meditation Script:

Hello and Welcome to Mysa body scan meditation for chronic pain.

I am delighted to guide you into a very deep state of physical and mental relaxation.

Please be sure you will not be distracted by anyone or any nearby device.

Turn them to the off position or place them in another room on silent.

This time is very important for you, so there is no need for any interaction with the outside world.

Get into in a very comfortable position now, with your favorite pillow or under a blanket if you wish.

You can be sitting or laying down, however is best for you.

Your clothing should be loose and comfortable and not restrictive around your waist as to allow for full and easy breathing.

You are in a very safe and secure place, and absolutely nothing will distract you for the duration of this session.

This time right now is entirely yours.

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Nobody needs you…..you have nowhere to be and nowhere to go, so just be grateful for this moment exclusively for you.

This occasion of rest and relaxation is to nourish you, from the inside out.

You deserve this break from the busy world around you.

You know how you make the time to hang out with family or friends?

Or how about when you take the time to help someone, or to get a job done?

Well, this an occasion you have made to be with only you.

Allowing for this date with yourself is allowing the natural sources of healing and strength that are within you to become fully present.

Bring awareness to the fact that each moment that passes by is part of your life experience.

It is here and it is now, and then it goes.

It becomes only a memory.

As humans, we have a tendency to want things to be different from how we are experiencing them right now.

About the author 

Sean Fargo

Sean Fargo is the Founder of Mindfulness Exercises, a former Buddhist monk of 2 years, a trainer for the mindfulness program born at Google, an Integral Coach from New Ventures West, and an international mindfulness teacher trainer. He can be reached at [email protected]