If you’ve recently had surgery and are still experiencing back pain, lower back pain, neck pain, nerve pain, or any other physical pain symptoms, there may be a surprising explanation that has nothing to do with the surgery itself!
Your first instinct might be to call the doctor for pain medication. However, pain medication can be dangerous and highly addictive. According to the US Center for Disease Control, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids (including prescriptions like oxycodone, hydrocodone, and methadone) has more than quadrupled since 1999.
It’s such a serious problem that new laws severely restrict doctors’ ability to prescribe these medications, so you definitely do not want to rely on them!
However, it’s totally understandable that you will most likely want to stop your pain as quickly as possible. Delays in recovery time impact ALL areas of your life and can increase the chance that you’ll experience depression and anxiety.
It’s a natural human response to focus on the pain symptoms and become obsessed with how you can make it stop. What most people don’t realize is that focusing on the pain and trying to make it stop causes resistance.
Resistance is what practically guarantees that your pain will remain stuck and even get worse!
Everything is energy — including your body, including your pain and your symptoms. Even your thoughts and your emotions are made of energy.
Energy needs to be free to move, to be released, but most of us are not taught HOW to release. Instead we keep trying to STOP certain thoughts, to STOP certain feelings, to STOP certain physical sensations…especially painful ones.
Once you discover that trying to stop pain of any type creates resistance, and that resistance keeps the energy from releasing, and you discover that you can let go….the pain will release!
You get UN-stuck. Pain dissolves naturally. You feel lighter. You return to a state of ease and comfort.
Physical pain is always connected to emotions and to our thinking.
Surgery is stressful…. Physically, mentally, and emotionally. Surgery may bring up a lot of fear, angst, anger, loss and more.
Surgery also triggers thinking and may cause us to think ahead, plan, wonder, regret what has happened in the past, and worry about what the future holds.
Thoughts lead to emotions. Emotions lead back to thoughts. This can create an endless loop of ease OR dis-ease.
Maybe you’ve been told to “get over” your emotions, or to just stop thinking about the problem.
Easier said than done, right?
Unresolved emotions linger until they are released.
When denied, suppressed, or repressed, emotions increase and literally cause pain that may feel physical.
Once you begin to use the simple tools I teach and to experience the Biofield Healing Immersion® method for yourself which helps you to release rather than resist, you’ll learn how to find and remove the emotions and the thinking habits that are the real root of pain symptoms.
Biofield Healing Immersion® is the most rapid way, proven and backed by science, and a 100% SAFE way to release physical pain so the body can return to a natural state of ease.
Once you discover how to use this 21st-century tools for pain management (that doesn’t rely on addictive and dangerous pain medication) you won’t have to keep managing the symptoms or trying to cope with the pain.
You’ll also be able to stop pretending, denying, suppressing, or repressing the grief, fear, and sadness that is keeping you from being happy.
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