Welcome to the twentieth of my 30 daily tips on Health!
Did you know that the feeling of pain is a result of what you are focusing on? Yes, you have pain because you are hurt, but you FEEL pain because of what you are focusing on.
Have you ever been cut, but you didn’t realize it at first? Then, when you did realize it, guess what! It started to hurt… Whereas it hadn’t… Until you realized you were cut.
Once you’ve realized you’ve been cut, what are you focusing on? The cut, right?
Much like a child hurts themselves, but they were in the middle of play and didn’t realize it. Then, when they were done playing and noticed there was a big bruise or maybe some blood, they started hurting.
What does that mean? More than likely it means they needed a visual set of submodalities before they had that particular pain.
NOTE: Submodalities are what you experience mentally “inside your head” or physically “with your body,” using your five senses of hear, feel, smell, see, or taste. A visual set of submodalities means that they “saw” the painful area. They saw it, it represented hurt, so they “felt” the pain. I’m not saying people don’t hurt, I’m saying there are times they don’t know they are hurt.
Pain is a strategy. Strategy is nothing more than organizing your resources. Your resources for pain might be what you see, then what you feel, then what you know.
Recognize your strategies.
Change your strategies.
NOTE: Pain is a symptom of something happening within your body. Recognize the symptom for what it is, do something about it, AND do something about your strategies so you don’t have to feel the pain.
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