Chronic Pain

Many people suffer from unexplained chronic pain.  Trips to the doctor have resulted in prescriptions for more pain medication.  Others have given up on going to the doctor and have just learned to cope.

All pain is a signal from the body that something is wrong and we should pay attention and do something about it.  Of course that makes sense when you step on a nail.  However, there are other types of pain that have no clear cause.  We wake up one day and our knee hurts a little bit and we think nothing of it — and we walk it off.  You are sitting at work and get up to go retrieve a document from the printer and notice a slight twinge in your lower back.  Over the next few days that slight twinge has become a throbbing or stabbing pain.  Your doctor asks what happened and of course you really don’t know.  You might try stretching, exercise, a more ergonomic chair, and medicine but the pain just doesn’t seem to stay away.  Long-term chronic pain might actually be emotional.

When things go wrong in life we will experience an emotional ripple.  Often we have the time and resources to resolve, remedy, or repair the event and move forward.  For example, you have an argument with a co-worker and tempers flare and you no longer are talking with that person.  Over the next day or so you both cool down and an opportunity presents itself to talk more calmly with each other and you are able to patch things up — it was just a silly misunderstanding.  If, however, you don’t ever get the chance to clear things up you will just rationalize there is something wrong with that person and the relationship becomes broken and you just move on.  You will find other ways to work around this person instead of working with them.  You are fine, you are over it, at least from a conscious mind perspective you are over it.  The sub-conscious mind works differently.

From the perspective of the sub-conscious mind (the body) there is still an unresolved problem.  The relationship you once had is no longer there and from the perspective of the body that relationship was helpful in some way and no it is no longer available.  Since the body cannot speak to you with words it might use one or more of your joints or organs to send you a signal that something is wrong and needs your attention.

Fortunately there are techniques available to us now to facilitate communication between the body and the mind that can result in releasing or removing that pain.

During the Chronic Pain workshop (tele-seminar) you will learn how Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) can assist you in quickly, simply and effectively remove unneeded pain.  As indicated at www.eftuniverse.com:

EFT is a powerful self-help method based on research showing that emotional trauma contributes greatly to disease. Clinical trials have shown that EFT is able to rapidly reduce the emotional impact of memories and incidents that trigger emotional distress. Once the distress is reduced or removed, the body can often rebalance itself, and accelerate healing.

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