Do you suffer from chronic pain? If so, you're not alone. In fact, more than 100 million Americans deal with this life-changing issue every day. And if you're like most of them, you've tried all the normal "solutions": doctors, injections, medications, and surgeries. While these all have a place in healing, they have fallen short in dealing with the pain epidemic. So what can you do?
In The Tapping Solution for Pain Relief, Nick Ortner presents a startling alternative. He lays out a step-by-step plan that teaches you how to use tapping, or EFT (emotional freedom techniques), to reduce or eliminate chronic pain. Looking at the scientific research surrounding pain, stress, and tapping, he opens your eyes to just how powerful tapping can be, and then outlines tips and techniques to address pain in both the short and long term.
Nick guides you on a journey that begins on the surface - tapping to address the pain itself - and moves to the deeper issues that often affect pain. With easy-to-follow tapping scripts and exercises, Nick helps you heal the emotional pain and underlying beliefs that often keep people stuck. He also addresses topics that you may not think of as associated with chronic pain, such as:
Creating personal boundaries
Dealing with toxic relationships
Clearing resistance to change
Understanding the power of a diagnosis
Working through anger
There are many ways the brain and body can create, increase, and prolong pain. After listening to this audiobook, you'll not only understand what's causing your pain, but also how to achieve complete and lasting relief. But let's face it; this is about more than just pain relief. It's about empowering yourself to take back your body in order to live the life you want.
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I have been on my back in bed 19 hrs a day for the last 11 weeks from a normal vert active Life.
- R. McLEOD
A very practical approach: Testimony of a pain psychologist