Although I can't remember which article it was from, something that really stuck out to me was an example of a person being embarassed and their cheeks getting flushed from the blood rush...a physioligical reaction to a psychological emotion. It makes sense that if your mind can tell the blood to go somewhere in your body, it could also tell the blood NOT to go somewhere in your body, hence TMS. I just wish that getting the mind to send the blood back to my areas of pain, happened as easily and quickly as the TMS came. I find it so difficult to stop thinking about the pain. I wish I could just have a moment where my brain wasn't constantly going. I realize I need to make more of an effort to try meditation and create the time each day to dedicate to that. The road to recovery is hard work, and I struggle with finding the motivation to do everything I know I should. You would think that I'd be willing to do anything and everything to feel good again, and I say I am, but sometimes I feel like there's just not enough time in the day.