Pain of Absence, Pain of Presence

This little concept is by far one of the most important reasons for why we get “hooked” or stuck on a thought and then continue to struggle. The pain of presence is easily noticeable, the pain of absence is less so, but the pain of absence is really an indication of what value, what matter’s to us personally is, well, absent. When we can notice this, stay present to this pain, it becomes much more apparent what we might do to do to reorient and bring that thing or experience that we value back into our lives.

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