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  • In his best-selling book The Power of Now, he describes the pain-body as a negative energy field of painful emotional memories that we all carry around with us.

    Love For No Reason

  • The pain-body is reduced as the love-body expands.

    Love For No Reason

  • Remove yourself from the situation until your pain-body calms down.

    Love For No Reason

  • Those clouds of negativity that block the sun, preventing us from experiencing Love for No Reason, make up what Eckhart Tolle calls our “pain-body.”

    Love For No Reason

  • When the pain-body—made up of our old fears and hurts—is driving the conversation, we inevitably create more fear and hurt.

    Love For No Reason

  • Our pain-body is responsible for our judgments and their kissing cousin, criticism.

    Love For No Reason

  • We all have familiar grooves that our lives run in—ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving that feed either the love-body or the pain-body.

    Love For No Reason

  • In the same way that the pain-body feeds on pain, the love-body develops by feeding on more love.

    Love For No Reason

  • Take a deep breath and remind yourself that your pain-body is up to its old tricks—urging you to insult, blame, or tell someone off and create more pain, because pain is what it feeds on.

    Love For No Reason

  • Even if blame seems more than justified, as long as you blame others, you keep feeding the pain-body with your thoughts and remain trapped in your ego.

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