Passive Sensory Attention of the Ears

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Passive Sensory Attention of the Ears

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Practice activating endogenous opioids with Passive Sensory Attention of the Ears

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Please do not practice this skill while driving or doing anything that requires your attention.

Length 6:26

Passive Sensory Attention takes advantage of the physiological process that releases natural opioids from an area of your brain called the periaqueductal grey. By focusing on sensations of parts of your body that are not sending pain signals, or are less painful than other areas of your body, your brain activates a sequence of events that releases these natural opioids. Natural opioids cause your spinal cord to reduce or block the transmission of the pain signals. This time we will focus on shifting left and right focus of the ears. This narrow range of focus is useful for brief periods of sensory attention practice or times when you may not have access to your recordings for longer more detailed practice.