Albert Einstein once said “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” This is true of your pain and symptoms. The knowledge you have acquired so far has gotten you to where you are today, what shift will need to happen so you can get you to where you want to be?
The truth is, if you want to end your pain and what you’ve been doing so far hasn’t been working for you, the first thing you’re going to have to do is open your mind to changing how you think about your pain!
So, what does pain mean to you?
Pain can mean different things to different people. For some, pain is seen as an annoyance, nuisance, something you have to “deal” with or get through. For others, it is something to be scared of and when they’re in pain, they feel powerless or like a victim. Some people believe they have nothing to do with the pain at all and that their life was going along “just fine” until the pain showed up to ruin it! There are others that get a sense of significance because when they are in pain, they get more love and attention.
There once was an elderly lady who got sick often. Whenever she was ill, her family and friends would come and visit and do things for her and make her feel better. For her, she found out that being sick meant being loved. When she became aware of that, she simply told her family that she needed to spend more time with them and she got sick less often.
So, what does pain mean for you?
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Dr. Amanda is a non-traditional chiropractor who focuses on Neuro-Optimization Chiropractic in Ottawa, Canada.