Peter is a specialist in quickly resolving both chronic and acute pain and empowering lifestyle change to improve performance levels both for sport and life in general. For information about his work, visit here.
Optimal health is your birthright, and when you are structurally, chemically and emotionally balanced you are able to maintain your health and remain pain-free.
Pain, on the other hand, is an indication of imbalance in the structural, chemical and/or emotional systems, and the key to resolving it is to determine its root or primary cause.
Within us all is the innate ability to heal ourselves, although often we become so out of balance that we are unable to easily access our body's own subconscious wisdom and what starts as pain can become illness or disease.
According to Candace Pert in the book Molecules of Emotion, “Body and mind are one” and “the body is actually the outward manifestation, in physical space, of the mind." Emotions can influence both the structural and chemical components of pain and are often the driving force behind them.
The energetic charge associated with unresolved mental and emotional issues is invariably stored in the tissues of the body, particularly in areas where it is already most weak, and this can often manifest itself as pain and eventually disease.
We need to understand however, that the body uses pain as a tool to help us recognise and deal with emotional imbalance and in so doing offers us an opportunity to make positive changes in our lives.
Through intuitive reasoning and an understanding of the body’s subtle energies and the common metaphysical themes related to specific body parts, I have been able to help clients identify and resolve emotional issues that are causing them pain, however,
Take some quiet time alone and ask yourself the following questions:
- When was the first time you had this pain, however faint?
- What emotional challenges were you dealing with at the time?
- What part of your body is in pain and what metaphysical meaning might this have?
- Under what circumstances does the pain get either better or worse?
- Is pain nudging you away from a job, relationship or environment that you don’t want to be in or that no longer serves you?
- What metaphorical falls, accidents or missteps have you had in your life?
- When was the last time you felt really good, whole and in harmony with your environment?
- How can you feel this way again?
- What was, is, or could be your passion in life?
- What is your dream?
When you are able to answer these questions and adopt a lifestyle that supports wholeness by balancing work, rest and play, being emotionally honest with yourself and others, saying “no” to unfair demands and pursuing activities that bring you true fulfilment, pain is often no longer needed and simply disappears.
Being pain–free is your default state, and so, if you look after yourself by applying the Six Foundational Principles of Breathing, Eating, Drinking, Sleeping, Moving and Thinking correctly, you can maintain structural, chemical and emotional balance and resolve pain or prevent it from occurring in the first place.
In future posts I will go through each of these principles in far greater depth but in the meantime if you need further help with getting out of pain now or want to be coached towards staying out of pain forever, then contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07956 587 141.