I wonder what is going on with me emotionally when a pain point gets reactivated. I hadn't had this burning hip feeling in months, as my psycho-somatic system has preferred to focus on neck and trapezius. My association: The air in Boston is starting to change. It is getting darker and chillier. Most of the local populace fell into depression last winter when we got slammed by snow. It was dismal and isolating. I stopped going to the gym after years of regular attendance, and this was a big mistake. I sat in the correct back chair with the appropriate pillows and heating pad, and watched all 5 seasons of Breaking Bad in about two weeks. Once a depressive response starts, it's hard to break. As the season changes, the sense-memory of last winter re-emerges. I had not discovered Sarno, and did not realize that I could begin to heal myself and re-program. It was awful. By the way, I just earned a "seriously likeable" award. Isn't that a dangerous thing for a TMS-prone personality?