Mental Healing for Pain Sufferers
I love Facebook support groups. Especially those that are uplifting and can help others. Recently, a suffering from bursitis posted that she went to see a nurse and the young nurse told her that her pain was in her mind. When you are in pain, the last thing you want to hear is that you are “making it up”. Why would anyone want to make themselves hurt? How is that even possible for mental pain to turn into physical pain? This led me to ask myself many more questions, and I decided to reach out to an expert.
Catherine Raincock is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Life Coach. If someone would know about these questions it would be her. Here is what I learned from Cat and what you can do to help ease your pain through the mind.
Your physical pain is very much real! Whether the pain comes from physical damage such as a car accident or a nasty fall, or it comes from a mental trauma, the pain that is manifested in your body is there. Be kind to yourself. You are not “crazy” and you are not trying to do anything to yourself.
Pain caused by emotional trauma does happen and it is usually the result of something that has happened in your life that never came out or dealt with. Emotions of Sadness, Fear, Shame, and Anger can manifest as physical pain. A technique that Cat uses is something called Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), a method devised by Marisa Peer. Through hypnosis, she is able to dig deep into your unconscious self to find the root cause that is increasing your physical pain. Once the situation in your life has been identified, the mental and physical healing process can begin.
Did you know that every cell in your body changes over time? That the physical body of today won’t be the same 10 years from now? I did not know that. Cat explained that cells are constantly regenerating and that each cell is an organism waiting for a command from the brain. She uses a technique called Cell Command Therapy to help people in pain to transmit messages to the cells that help to heal the body. Typically, a cell receives messages from the subconscious brain to do what they are supposed to do, and the same can be true for messages that you can send to the cells with your conscious mind.
Seeing an expert like Cat would be amazing, but for those of us that want to start slowly here are some things that she can recommends that we can all do at home to help the mind heal the body.
If you would like to reach out to Cat or learn more about what she does, visit her website at www.catraincock.com
At Workvie, we do sell pain relief products, but what is more important to us is to help out as many hardworking people as we can. Cat Raincock is not affiliated to our brand and we did not pay her for her recommendations. When I started Workvie, it was to help my mom that was in pain, and I want to help others as well.
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