Inquiring Into Sensations
If we don’t inquire into our sensations we might perceive them as unbearably intense, and presume they will continue to be so for a long time. However, if we do inquire into our sensations, we soon notice their evanescent nature.
Sensations differ from second to second, and they might disappear entirely within minutes. The realization sensations come and go will allow us to break our tendency to assume that things are more lasting and painful than they could ever be.
Edited by Josh Bartok