Heal your mind, heal your chronic pain.

If you’re experiencing physical pain that seems chronic and has no clear medical explanation, there may be an underlying subconscious reason for it that you haven’t yet acknowledged. Many physical symptoms today go unexplained by the medical community, leaving sufferers in need of some kind of explanation and relief from the pain.

It’s important to recognize that emotions can be a cause of these strange symptoms, even if it’s difficult to accept. By accepting this possibility, you can take the first step toward healing.

I personally experienced chronic pain a few years ago. I had been struggling for two years with arthritic pain in my left thumb and hand. X-rays showed that the cartilage was worn out. Doctors prescribed cortisone injections and physio treatments, but they didn’t work. I felt so hopeless and even consulted with surgeons who suggested a new technique involving a prosthesis, which would limit my range of movement and shorten my thumb. I didn’t want this to be my only option, so I decided to try an alternative approach called FasterEFT.

Through FasterEFT, I learned that physical pain can be caused by psychological factors like stress and anxiety. The mind creates physical symptoms as a “distraction” to protect the body from emotional pain. In many cases, the pain appears in parts of the body that are overused or used for repetitive tasks. I was skeptical at first, but after a few sessions with a practitioner, my pain disappeared completely.

During the process, I learned that cartilage doesn’t grow back, but by dealing with the psychological reasons for my pain, I was able to eliminate it. By adopting new behaviors and accepting that suffering is often a psychological condition, I was able to change my mindset and heal myself without medication.

TMS, or Tension Myositis Syndrome, is the medical term for mind-body syndromes like chronic pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, and fatigue. Subconscious thoughts and behavioral patterns can keep TMS alive, so it’s important to be aware of them. Dr. John E. Sarno’s book, “Healing back pain the mind-body connection,” explains how repressed emotions and following others’ standards can lead to TMS.

The stress that builds up over time can eventually manifest in physical symptoms with no medical explanation, affecting body functions like the digestive system, breathing, or heartbeat. The mind and body are interconnected, and your nervous and immune systems work in symbiosis.

Recognize your feelings and the source of your pain. Accept that your body is trying to communicate with you and take the steps necessary to respond to it.

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