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Are you looking for a meditation to relieve neck pain?  Always consult with your doctor first, before taking any self-help approach to dealing with neck pain through meditation or any other of the proven non-drug methods of pain relief. Let’s see how we can do a massage on our own necks, to remove contractures and mild temporary pain.

This article will help you understand some of the causes of neck pain, and give you a meditation technique to help you deal with chronic pain in your upper back, shoulders, and neck.

Neck Pain and Muscle Relaxation Techniques

 

 


Muscle Relaxation Techniques Neck Exercises

Dr. Goldstein’s fast and easy meditation technique.

Psychologist Elisha Goldstein, PhD, who practices in West Los Angeles, has written several books on mindfulness meditation.

He says the practice can reduce physical and emotional pain by helping people break long-held, ineffective patterns of thinking and acting.

And he is not surprised that even minimal meditation training can change the way people perceive pain.


Goldstein says people without formal training can learn the technique by practicing a three-minute exercise he calls ACE a few times a day:

Awareness: Spend a minute becoming aware of what is happening now in your thoughts and emotions.


Collecting: Spend another minute collecting your attention on the breath. Notice where you are aware of the breath most prominently. For some people it will be the nostrils, for others the chest or belly.

Expanding: Spend a third minute expanding your awareness into your physical body and noticing sensations like tingling, warmth, pulsing, pain, and coolness at each site.

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