daverupa wrote:Pain can disturb anapanasati, but can become integrated and smoothed during seated satipatthana. So, since anapanasati is trying to head to jhana, instead - when the pain is great - seek out a balanced vipassana-samatha practice from the seated position, when pain becomes that much of an obstacle.
Vedananupassana is the practice, an aspect of satipatthana generally - calmly noting unpleasant feeling at X or Y sense sphere, mindfully preventing papanca based on that, and so on.
mikenz66 wrote:Here's a link to a talk by Bhikkhu Bodhi, who has suffered from headaches for decades:
Can try this temp option.
google’s help, just a guide, you may google for more suitable one.
http://www.howcast.com/videos/180325-Ho ... cupressure
If you know chinese, try google on these few words 月脛痛灸法.
http://blog.xuite.net/alanwu2294/twblog ... E%E7%81%B8
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