Have you struggled with pain, be it physical, emotional, or mental? Have you lived with what feels like maybe more than your fair share of pain? There's a famous quote. “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” But, if suffering is indeed optional, how do we reduce it? Through my 18 month journey of recovery after my car accident, I learned first hand that by understanding more about pain and how we react to it, we can get ourselves feeling better, potentially heal what is hurting us, and even find that our lives are better than before.
That's what I’m talking about on today's Thinking Vitamins Podcast with Dr. Peter DeShane. He is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Neurotherapist, and Chiropractor who’s been in practice for twenty-seven years. He's also someone I see as my saviour because he is the doctor who was able to get me on the road to recovery after my car accident. A meaningful accomplishment because I was in the care of other doctors for a year before I found him and wasn’t making much progress.
On this episode, you'll learn about:
- the connection between physical and emotional pain
- a technique called NET, which will rid you of lifelong limiting beliefs in a matter of minutes
- techniques to coach yourself and your loved ones to release pain faster
The end of the episode is a gift (an enlightened idea) for any parents or people dealing with young children who are acting out. Learning how to release pain is much needed skill to bring about abundance in our lives and the lives of our loved ones.
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