The Language of the Body Video Series
You can transform your health by Robert G. Smith
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Have you experienced pain and discomfort for many years with reoccurring problems with your health just like Juli Call? Discover how she found her way out.
FasterEFT is an empowering mind tool which helps you release the stress and emotions associated with pain. Pain is necessary in our bodies to protect us. It is our bodies mechanism to stop us from being burnt, hurt, squashed, trapped and broken. There are two very different types of pain though, one is pain as we feel it and one is suffering as we respond to pain. With ongoing suffering we receive attention and love and support from those around us, at times it defines us and becomes part of our personality to be in suffering. But can we release this suffering? Does it feel separate to pain and how does the mind store it?
Let’s start by learning more about the mind and where these two occurrences happen. Pain is pain, commonly defined as a highly unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injury. Suffering on the contrary is a result of the pain and is often defined as the state of undergoing pain, distress, or hardship. So who decides on how long we suffer and is all pain real?
Of course all pain is real you say! But what if the body was holding on to pain to keep us safe, loved, capable of receiving attention or even free to be at home instead of a workplace we didn’t like? What if the pain healed weeks ago and we still felt it? Is this phantom pain? Well many studies around the pain have shown that the placebo counterparts in studies have been miraculously free of pain in trials and they were given the drug that was to make no difference. It was a sugar pill. Does this mean the mind healed the pain itself or does it mean the pain may not have been there in the first place? Interesting finding to say the least.
Inna Segal in her book, “The secret language of the body, shows way of releasing thoughts and emotions associated with pain conditions in the body. This type of study is not new. Pain starts in the mind and translates to the body, if this can then be reversed, the stress and emotions around the pain can be released, the pain may disappear.
Often, physical pain functions exist in our body to warn a person that there is still emotional work to be done, and it can also be a sign of unresolved trauma in the nervous system. Our minds are clever at holding on to trauma and the body responds to this by absorbing the stress into the system. The emotional impact of a trauma can be overlooked and underestimated. The nervous system will often go into survival mode to keep us safe and it does this in a variety of ways. The sympathetic nervous system kicks in and takes control, often having difficulty reverting back to a normal relaxed mode again. (Relaxed mode being that of the parasympathetic nervous system). If the nervous system stays in survival mode, stress hormones, such as cortisol are released into the body causing further complications such as increased blood pressure, immune related conditions sugar problems and can manifest in the body as constant distress. When the body is in this state ongoing pain and suffering may result. These responses are all caused by the bodies reaction to trauma. All trauma is held in the unconscious mind and further work being done to utilize the power of the unconscious mind can result in less stress and emotions being carried in the body, which then allows the body to return to maximum health. Releasing the stress and the emotions attached top significant events, trauma and grief can have an impact on our health and well-being immensely.
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