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Take the opportunity today to understand what your pain might mean.
Certain therapies will associate specific pains with particular mental issues. They say it’s our mind’s way of showing us the solution to a problem we might be experiencing. The mind manifests a physical representation of the issue in an attempt to get you to look at it.
For instance, knee pain can be due to your sense of direction in life as the knees are integral to you physically changing direction. Shoulder pain may signify you are trying to reach for something you deem ‘out of reach’. Debilitating back pain could be the mind telling you that you need to rest your body completely. (Obvious really!)
The next time you experience pain that hasn’t been caused externally by a fall for example, ask yourself what that area of your body might signify. What might your mind be trying to tell you.
Of course all pain could be a response to the body suffering physical damage so get it checked out if you’re worried.
About the Author: Stuart Young writes his thoughts on his blog How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time. He launched his book on this topic in May 2012 and has since helped people change their lives. Click here to get your copy now!