What is the meaning of pain
Health or illness is not about the presence or absence of symptoms.
It is about not having enough energy to organize the information in your body consistent with what was made for so it breaks down.
What is Pain?
Pain in any area of life, is an uncomfortable experience or circumstance to interrupt the life you are living because it is not the life you are supposed to live.
Chronic pain is a response about the internal dialog about the pain that is being experienced rather than the pain itself.
Pain is also an interpretation of a sensation and the concept of an experience.
Most people think of pain only as a feeling of hurt. The reality is that pain can come in many other forms.
Examples of Pain
- Expectations not being met.
Types of Pain
- Fear of avoiding pain.
- Not being able to manage your circumstances.
- Not making progress fast enough.
- Not knowing or being able to share your gifts.
Getting rid of pain
When you give a label to the reason of the pain, you are not longer responsible for it and you accept it as something that will accompany you from now on maybe forever or until you get tired of it and decide that you are responsible for it and something must change and it must change now.
To be able to change or get rid of the pain, you must value and understand it. You can not change something you don’t value or understand.
You can not get rid of the pain and go where you were before. Most time the pain or disease is part of the cure.
It is not making pain go away, it is about pain integration and finding the wisdom about your life. It is about claiming energy rich instead of poor, claiming extraordinary instead of ordinary.
Letting go is the best way to release the pain.
Letting go of attachments, controls, expectations, criticizing, certainty, rigidness, inflexibility and opening yourself to more empowering energies such as graciousness, gratitude, appreciation, love, openness, freedom, curiosity, happiness, adventure, acceptance, passion, hunger, and joy.
Some questions for your pain
- What does it mean?
- What can I do?
- For how long have I had it?
- Why do I feel this pain?
- What type of pain is it?
- Is it really pain?
- Am I responsible for this pain?
- What am I afraid of?
- What am I withholding?
- What are my expectations for myself and others?
- Am I making progress?
- Am I employing my gifts?
- What is my call to action and why?