How Visualization Is Different from What You May Have Tried for Pain Relief
You've probably tried everything you can think of to ease your chronic pain. But chances are that in your search for relief you haven't tried anything quite like visualization statements.
Visualization statements represent the specific language that your subconscious wants you to read back to it to help ease your pain. They're simple and are targeted directly at the main factors that could bring you relief.
You can obtain these statements by learning how to communicate directly with your own subconscious mind. The process is straightforward and can be done at home by working with a facilitator over the telephone. You you need no special skills and no previous experience in working with the subconscious.
How They're Unique
You may find that visualization statements are unique in several ways:
? They're based on content from your own subconscious mind. This gives you information about your pain that you may not have been able to obtain anywhere else, placing you in control of the process in a significant way.
? They're non-invasive, easy to perform, and economical in their use of time. Even among other mind-body methods this makes them unique.
? They can have bonus consequences beyond relief of the pain itself. In some cases they produce benefits such as better sleep and a more positive mood.
? They're based on a planned strategy that helps you focus on specific weak points or leverage points along the pathway by which pain signals reach your brain. Unlike pain meds, which aren't yet developed enough to affect all these leverage points, your subconscious may have the ability to influence most or all of them.
? They're obtained via a one-time investment that teaches you a skill, namely how to communicate with your subconscious about your pain to obtain relief. It has no on-going costs, but does have an on-going benefit: the ability to use the subconscious to handle new pain or other conditions that may crop up in the future.
Engaging the Subconscious
Visualization statements can be used to explore the use of the subconscious for pain relief regardless of whether you have back pain or pain in the neck or other extremities, arthritis pain, fibromyalgia pain, and neuropathic pain (nerve pain).
The subconscious is quite powerful. When programmed through the very visualizations that it suggests, it may be able to turn episodes of uncontrolled pain into events over which you have a degree of control.
Ben Plumb is CEO and President of The Visualization Group, Inc. The company's service is delivered by people like himself who personally suffered from years of chronic pain, and used the visualization method described in this article to obtain relief when nothing else worked. For more information, please visit www.thevisualizationgroup.com">http://www.thevisualizationgroup.com.
(c) 2005 The Visualization Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The methodology and program disclosed in this article are Patent Pending.