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  • Processing Pain in Play: Overcoming the False Edge

lunaKM a full-time slave in an M/s relationship. She is the founder and editor of Submissive Guide. Learn more about her here and connect with her on lunaKM.me, Twitter, Google+, FetLife.

6 responses to “Processing Pain in Play: Overcoming the False Edge”

  1. lovablebitch

    Wonderful series,have enjoyed the read greatly, thank you Luna.It’s certainly put my accepting and processing of pain into perspective, and there are some very good management/coping techniques.The series I’ll read then re-read again. :)

  2. yoni

    Thank you Luna for a wonderful series on pain. It has helped me to realize better ways to process pain through management. I am going to start using some of those techniques for a more pleasurable and longer play time for my Master and I

  3. bonimiss

    luna this series was so fascinating. As I read the series, I kept nodding my head in agreement with emotions I have felt. I have viewed pain as my reset button .. prior to a whipping, I feel so charged with energy, I am unable to direct it usefully .. the days following I am at peace and able to focus. I have also experienced bouts where it just plain hurt! I see now my mind was not focused on the release or handling the pain but on other sidebar issues. The last time I was totally focused on not saying my safe word .. I was terrified I would blurt it out for no apparent reason. Yes a gag would have been helpful, lol. I can see rereading this series many times.

  4. kinkybelle

    Great series, Luna. I hate to see it end. Thanks so much!

  5. bee

    I can’t tell you how helpful this was. I had a scene with my dominant a few hours ago and had just finished reading this series. i was able to breathe through the pain and found through focus i could manage it better by using my vivid imagination to focus on the beautiful sensations rather than the actual pain. I broke through my false edge and was able to play in subspace. Thank you so much.

  6. Lynne

    Thank you for writing this series. I happened across it recently because one of the articles was included in your Weekend Reflections. I did have a little trouble figuring out in what order to read the articles. I’ve noticed this before in your article series. I hope you don’t mind a suggestion. When searched for by keyword the articles don’t come up in order by date but by alphabetical order. My suggestion is to include a number in the titles so they will come up in order. Your readers will also be able to see at a glance which one to read first, next and so on.

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