Sunday, February 16, 2014

Pain Management Through Hypnosis, Part II

(Article 2 in a series)
Written by Raw-Riffic Food Contributor
Colleen Harrison

Let us begin our pain management discussion by determining what the root cause of our pain might be. We will focus on the problem of healing "chronic pain" and work on resolving "acute" pain in later discussions. We seldom stop to analyze the different causes of pain. Especially the pain that we experience physically that seems to have no conscious origin and that is ongoing. It becomes chronic with bouts of severe pain and times when the pain seems to disappear. We forget when it started. But, stop and look back at your experiences and how they have affected you emotionally. Have you been subjected to prolonged stress in a relationship, at work or in any area of your life? Often you will note the consequences of lack of rest and recreation. But, where did that back pain come from? If you’re in pain, you already know it, right? Are you suddenly faced with aches and pains and even unexplained illnesses? Worse yet, have you come down with a severely debilitating physical disease?

Sometimes, we have a surprising amount of emotional pain that is hidden from our conscious awareness. In some cases we might be aware of some of the symptoms of an emotional wound within us, but we are unconscious of its deeper cause. Our emotional pain is blocking our energy flow causing us to experience fatigue, pain and discomfort.

Many of us learn to deny our emotional pain in order to function in our lives. We have unconsciously learned to control and deal with our pain so we can go on with our daily lives. Our only awareness of this might be a sense of feeling “off” or living our lives with limited inner resources. We may be constantly looking for something outside ourselves to heal us.

In order to heal chronic pain that arises from emotional trauma, we must love ourselves enough to spend time with ourselves, looking within and being true to ourselves. Doing this we find an infinite Source of emotional support and wellbeing that is always available to us from within.

Once we have acknowledged the origin of our pain, we can begin working on a method of healing our self. Self Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy conducted by an experienced, well trained hypnotherapist can be used to help us in the process of self discovery and self healing.


Colleen Harrison is a Certified Hypnotherapist with a graduate degree in hypnotherapy from the HMI Nationally Accredited College of Hypnotherapy located in California. She is certified in many areas of hypnotherapy and specializes in the areas of immune disorders, pain management, pre and post- surgery hypnosis and medical hypnosis.

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2 comments:

HarrisonTaxResolution said...

Excellent article if I do say so myself.

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Let your inner wisdom be your guide.