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What Happens During a Pain Relief Visualization Session


A visualization session is an hour-long conversation with your subconscious about what visualization statements you may be able to use to help relieve your pain. Here's how the session works.

How Pain Relief Visualization Statements Work


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.

Why Your Search for Pain Relief Needs a Strategy


If you're like most of us who have known chronic pain, you've tried one thing after another to ease your suffering. Here are three reasons why working with your subconscious and having a well-defined strategy may increase your chances of success.

Relieving Chronic Pain Through Visualizations: A Three-Part Strategy


The most effective way to use the subconscious for pain relief seems to be to encourage it to attack the pain process from three different directions. Here's a recap that you may be able to use to help build an effective strategy for easing your pain.

The Subconscious Mind As Teacher: Why It Can Help You Relieve Your Pain


Many disciplines are designed to program the subconscious. But except for the method used to derive visualization statements, no technique honors the subconscious as a teacher by first asking it what it believes will work.

How the Subconscious Reasons When It Communicates With You About Pain Relief


The subconscious is a strange creature. It doesn't know what day it is, and can't add two and two.

Limitations You Should Know About When Using the Subconscious For Pain Relief


As powerful as the subconscious can be in relieving pain, it has a number of limitations that you should be aware of before attempting to use it to ease your pain.The use of the subconscious to ease pain can be not only helpful but in some cases may be the only thing that seems to produce lasting relief.

The Chevreul Pendulum - A Tool for Accessing Your Subconscious About Your Pain


The Chevreul pendulum is a simple device for communicating with the subconscious mind to learn what it thinks you can do to relieve your pain. Chances are good that you'll be able to use it, since about 90% of the people who try it are able to gain information from it about their pain.

How to Use the Subconscious to Cope with Body System Triggers of Your Pain


The musculoskeletal, immune and endocrine systems can all be potent triggers of pain signals in your body. Here's a way to use your subconscious mind to try to lessen the impact of those triggers.

How to Use the Subconscious to Cope with Lifestyle Triggers of Your Pain


Emotions, food and lack of sleep can all be potent triggers of pain signals in your body. Here's a way to use your subconscious mind to try to lessen the impact of those triggers.

Using the Subconscious for Pain Relief - What's In It For You?


If you're in chronic pain, you probably want 7 things. If you can learn to use visualization statements to program your subconscious, you may be able to attain most or even all of them.

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.

Pain Anatomy 101: How Pain Works, And How Your Subconscious May Be Able to Short-Circuit It


In building a strategy for pain relief it may be helpful to understand how pain works. Here's a quick primer to help you grasp the mechanics, and show you the points where your subconscious may be able to intervene to relieve your pain.

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Embarrassing as it may be, we have all suffered from constipation at one time in our life or another. According to the National Health Interview Survey as many as 3 million Americans suffer from frequent if not chronic constipation.

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