Understanding and Healing Pain (4 Lesson Download)

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Understanding and Healing Pain
It's not the WHAT that hurts. It's the WHY it hurts.

When we think about pain, most of us think, "I don't like it, I try to avoid it, and I don't want to live with it." Yet pain actually serves many valuable purposes. To begin, it's the body's natural protective response when it gets hurt, and it's a primitive part of our ability to survive. It's our internal cop that tells us what we shouldn't be doing, it tells us we've overdone it, it teaches us to avoid danger, and it tells us when we need to hunker down to give the body the time it needs to heal. Pain is also an integral part of the body/mind connection and serves as a highly-developed communication process that instantaneously alerts the brain when there's a problem in the body. It not only identifies where the problem is, it reveals how severe the problem is, and depending on the degree of pain, it instructs the brain on how it should respond, meaning if it needs to seek immediate medical attention or if it's something that can take a wait-and-see approach. Pain is also a barometer of our mental and emotional state. It lets us know when we're stressed and how we're coping with the challenges of life.

However, even understanding that pain serves a valuable purpose provides no consolation when we're in the throes of it. When we're in pain, all we know is that we hurt and that we want to the hurt to go away, and go away now. So, if that's what we desire and it's what we're telling the brain to do, then why doesn't the brain turn the pain messages off immediately?

The answer lies within the pain messages themselves. If the messages are acute, meaning they're triggered by an injury or by a surgery, they're actually easier to shut down. On the other hand, if the messages are chronic, meaning that pain has gone rogue, then turning those messages off is much more difficult. Rogue pain refers to pain messages that bombard the brain with false alarms. These false alarms, over the course of time, cause the brain to shift it's perception of pain from being situational to being chronic, which causes the brain to adapt to the pain and accept it as being normal. Now, rather than pain saving our lives, it wrecks havoc with them, and rather than it helping us get well and staying safe, pain becomes an illness in itself – an illness that affects more than 76 million American who live with chronic pain every day.

What you'll learn in the Understanding & Healing Pain course:

  • Why it's not the What that hurts, but it's the Why it hurts because the Whys are what keeps the body in an unhealthy pain cycle.
  • How to uncover the neurological and psychological roots of pain.
  • Why shifting the perception of pain is crucial.
  • Why it's important to work in the present when dealing with pain.
  • How body movement retrains the way the brain reads pain messages, therefore, making it possible to control pain without the use of medications.
  • How changing your mental state and emotional state can heal the underlying psychological contributors behind pain.
  • How to use the brain to create pain interference so pain won't become chronic.
  • New treatments that will effectively treat pain.

Workbooks for All Four Lessons: Each lesson will have its own workbook so you can use it to follow along and to capture your thoughts. You will receive the download link for the workbook with each of your lesson downloads.

Lesson 1: Pain Defined and Why Treating it is so Important
This lesson establishes the foundation needed to understand pain.
Topics discussed include:

  • Pain defined
  • Classifications of pain
  • How pain affects the sensory, emotional, motivational, cognitive brain pathways
  • The important components of the pain experience
  • The Neurophysiology of pain
  • The Mind/Body Connection of pain

Lesson 2: The Physical Components of Pain
This lesson looks at the anatomy and physiology of pain.
Topics discussed include:

  • How the body sends pain messages
  • How the brain reads pain messages
  • The anatomical components of pain
  • The physiological components of pain
  • The pain-gut connection
  • Chronic pain…A disease of the central nervous system

Lesson 3: The Emotional Components of Pain
This lesson explores the emotional components of pain and reveals how your body hears every word your brain says.
Topics discussed include:

  • How the perception of pain determines the kind of pain and the severity of pain
  • The pain emotional code connection
  • The pain trauma connection
  • The pain suffering connection
  • The pain depression connection
  • Why what you say matters

Lesson 4: Healing the Hurt of Pain
This fourth and final lesson explores new treatments for managing and eliminating pain and how to use bioenergetics to retrain and remap the brain.
Topics discussed include:

  • Using neuroplasticity and neurogenesis to heal pain
  • Using crystals and magnets to reset the neural circuits involved in pain
  • Using alternative treatments that can ease pain
  • Using the healing power of movement, touch, and cognitive therapy to heal pain
  • Using talk therapy to heal pain
  • Using nature's pharmacy to heal pain

What you get: You'll receive download links for each lesson's MP3 Audio and accompanying PDF Workbook. Please note: All online course purchases are non-refundable and non-returnable.

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