8 Reasons People Do Nothing Or Next to Nothing to Eliminate Chronic and Recurring Physical Pain

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8 Reasons People Do Nothing Or Next to Nothing to Eliminate Chronic and Recurring Physical Pain

This series of article is unfolding in a non-linear fashion; that is to say, it’s coming in no particular order. Therefore, it is in constant need of closer examination to determine the best order in which it should be delivered to maximize the power of persuasion and this opportunity to change minds, change perceptions and to heal the world! ūüôā

So, I was guided to post this article now which, for the most part was delivered as a stand-alone. [I told you weeks ago that it was up to 3,000 words. I can’t even tell you where it’s at now!]

So, the question is “Why are people not seeking to improve or eliminate their chronic or recurring pain, illness, dis-comfort, dis-order, and dis-ease?”

Why do people do nothing or next to nothing to eliminate chronic and recurring physical pain?

(It should be noted that I consider popping pills next to nothing and denying, muting or suppressing, nothing. Pills actually are muting, but it shows a desire to be rid of the pain. Please return for the upcoming articles to find out why I believe this.)

Doing nothing or next to nothing to eliminate chronic and recurring pain suggests that the pain serves a purpose in ones life; it has a value, a pay-off.

Pain can serve the following subconscious (or possibly conscious) purposes:

  1. Gaining Attention
  2. Provide Something To Complain About (which also gains attention)
  3. Pain, Illness, Dis-order and Dis-ease Can Become Ones Identity and Ones Story
  4. An Easy Excuse
  5. Physical Pain May Be Preferable To Emotional Pain
  6. You Want To Feel Pain Because You Prefer It to Feeling Numb Or Sad.

If none of these reasons ring true, then the answer to “Why do people do nothing or next to nothing to eliminate chronic and recurring pain?” may be:

Limiting Beliefs

  1. Low Self-Worth, Guilt And/Or Shame
  2. You Don’t Believe That Your Body Is Your Messenger.

If you or someone you care about is doing nothing or next to nothing to eliminate chronic and recurring pain, here are some suggestions.

  1. Gaining Attention
  2. Provide Something To Complain About (which also gains attention)

If you can acknowledge that #1 and/or #2 are true for you then you are ready to let go.

It doesn’t serve your highest good. The pain is telling you to evolve your needs. You are hurting yourself (subconsciously) for attention from others when all you really need is attention from yourself.

It is time to give yourself the attention you need and want; attention to you soul and spirit, to your authentic voice and to the source of your pain.

  1. Pain, Illness, Dis-order and Dis-ease Can Become Ones Identity and Ones Story:

So¬†without it they believe they would be lost. This situation is one that¬†creates (subconscious) self-sabotage (you don’t really want to get rid of it).

If #3 is true for you, you need to develop self-acceptance and self-worth so you can redefine your self-image and your identity.

  1. An Easy Excuse:

Pain prevents us¬†from taking specific actions; moving forward on a specific path. Subconsciously,¬†it provides an easy excuse for not taking risks, not saying ‘yes,’ etc.

Pain or dis-ability serves as an excuse not to do things; an excuse to go with saying no.  This may have been created (subconsciously) out of fear. Sometimes the message is to slow down and take care of you.

If #4 is true for you, reflect on the following:

  • If you can recognize that there is a possibility that this is true for you, then you may be ready to look at your fears.
  • This is a message from a higher being meant to keep you from moving forward at this time. Ask:
    1. What is this preventing me from doing or accomplishing, specifically and generally?
    2. What path is it pulling me off?
  • Are you a people-pleaser? Do you have a fear of disappointing others, not being liked and/or not being needed? Could the message be “Take more time to take care of me? Your oldest and dearest friend? Your ony life-long companion?”

Heed! It will be gone when the message has been delivered!

  1. Physical Pain May Be Preferable To Emotional Pain.

If it’s #5, rip the band-aid off! The emotional pain you are refusing to deal with is literally killing you. Do not doubt that! It may be slow, you may have a chance to turn it around after a diagnosis or it may come on suddenly. But why wait? The resistance to healing with your deepest emotions causes you more pain in the long run than the actual attention to them.

  1. You Want To Feel Pain Because You Prefer It to Feeling Numb Or Sad.

      Seek professional help for depression.

Limiting Beliefs

  1. Low Self-Worth, Guilt And/Or Shame
  • If your answer to the opening question is “I can’t be bothered” or “I¬†don’t have the time,” it’s probably because you do not value yourself¬†and don’t feel worthy of the self-attention or because you (subconsciously) believe you deserve to feel pain; that you deserve to suffer.

This is also subconscious, but now is your chance to bring it forward and shine a light on it. It is time to eliminate the pain.

  • Low Self-Worth, Guilt and/or Shame can also lead to self-punishing: your subconscious may ‘create’ the pain because you believe you deserve it.

For either of these, it is time to heal your feelings and thoughts about yourself.

It’s time to forgive yourself for acting as if you were only human! It’s time to love and accept yourself!

  1. You Don’t Believe That Your Body Is Your Messenger.

They believe the pain is unavoidable, irreversible, a normal part of¬†aging, or incurable. They trust/believe in statistics and fallible¬†medical professionals with an incomplete knowledge of the¬†human “body.”

 

Much of your pain

is the bitter potion

by which the physician within you

heals your sick self.

~Khalil Gibran

 

Most of the reasons stated above are subconscious, seemingly out of our control.

So, what is the real purpose of pain? What does this quote really mean?

If you liked these suggestions and are interested in learning how to self-heal and uncover the real reason for your chronic and recurring pain, illness, dis-comfort, dis-order, and dis-ease, please come back for the next in this series of articles, the purpose of physical pain, where we will attempt to answer the above questions.

May you perceive and receive all your blessings.

With Much Love,

Rev. Michele

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5 Comments

  1. MAGO
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    204.84.17.100
    Submitted on 2014/02/14 at 3:45 pm
    CANT SOMEONE BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE SAID BUT HAVE THE ATTITUDE,
    ‚ÄúI CANT BE BOTHERED‚ÄĚ BECAUSE THEY TRULY DONT WANT TO PUT IN THE WORK IT WOULD TAKE TO FIX IT?
    EVERYONE WANTS TO BE BETTER AND HEALTHIER BUT NOT WILLING TO DO THE WORK.
    THE PHARMACEUTICALS HAVE ENABLED THE MASSES TO FEEL BETTER WITHOUT DOING ANY SIGNIFICANT
    WORK. FOR MOST, IGNORANTLY I MIGHT ADD, THAT ROUTE HAS THE BIGGEST PAYOUT WITH THE LEAST
    AMOUNT OF WORK. HOW DO YOU OVERCOME THAT?

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