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Why You Are in Pain and How to Release It

Ann Noler Harris 4 mins read
Ann Noler Harris

The way pain impacts the sufferer's quality of life is something you can never understand until it happens to you. Think about a toothache - how completely incapacitated do you feel when your mouth is throbbing? It's like nothing else exists. It is disheartening to see how so many people have become accustomed to living in pain, accepting it as a part of their daily existence.

The "suck it up" mentality has been ingrained in us from an early age. We are taught to put on a brave face, to soldier on despite the discomfort we may be experiencing. While this approach may temporarily mask the pain, it does not provide a long-term solution. Instead, it perpetuates a cycle of suffering, causing the pain to become deeply ingrained within our being.

Pain is a universal experience, and by acknowledging and sharing our stories, we can foster a sense of empathy and support. The reasons behind people's pain are diverse and unique to each individual. Physical pain may result from injuries, chronic conditions, or even lifestyle choices. Emotional pain can stem from unresolved trauma, strained relationships, or unfulfilled desires. Mental pain, on the other hand, often arises from negative thought patterns, limiting beliefs, or the constant bombardment of stress and pressure in our lives.

Energy healing wasn't something I really believed in until Ella, our beloved dog, came into my life. I had decided to foster a retired service dog who was suffering from cancer, as she faced her last days. Medically, there was nothing more to do for Ella. I felt a strong urge to try something different. With no other options left, I embarked on a journey to learn energy healing. Surprisingly, the last few days we thought that Ella had with us turned into 5 and a half years filled with happiness and good health. This outcome went beyond what I could explain logically or scientifically, but it confirmed the positive effects of my efforts. Encouraged by this success, I decided to explore my newfound gift further.

I dedicated years to training and became qualified as a Reiki Master, Medical Intuitive, and Advanced Metaphysical Anatomy Practitioner. Through my training and experiences, I have witnessed the profound impact of energy healing. It goes beyond mere physical healing; it also plays an essential emotional role. Often, the fear of burdening others, being disbelieved, or facing ridicule prevents us from reaching out and connecting with people when we need support the most. A healer can fill that role, creating a space where individuals can connect, ask for help, and receive the support they need.

Healing is a deeply personal journey, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. There are, however, techniques and practices that can guide us towards finding relief and transforming our relationship with pain. As an energy healer, these are practices that I have seen working for my patients, alongside their healing treatments;

  • Awareness: The first step in releasing pain is to cultivate awareness. Take the time to observe and understand the nature of your pain. Is it physical discomfort, emotional turmoil, or mental distress? By becoming aware of our pain, we can start to unravel its underlying causes.
  • Self-Compassion: It is crucial to develop a compassionate and nurturing relationship with ourselves. Acknowledge that pain is a natural part of the human experience, and treat yourself with kindness and understanding. Practice self-care activities that nourish your body, mind, and spirit.
  • Seeking Support: Reach out to trusted friends, family members, or professionals who can provide support and guidance on your healing journey. Seek the assistance of energy healers, therapists, or holistic practitioners who specialise in addressing pain.
  • Energy Healing: Consider exploring the realm of energy healing to release pain on a deep level. Energy healing techniques such as Reiki, acupuncture, or crystal therapy can help balance and restore the flow of energy within your body, promoting healing and pain relief.
  • Gratitude and Positive Focus: Cultivate a gratitude practice to shift your focus towards the positive aspects of your life. Gratitude can help reframe your perspective, foster resilience and facilitate the release of pain.

Releasing pain is a journey that requires patience and perseverance. Embrace the process, celebrate small victories, and be gentle with yourself along the way. By releasing pain and embracing your full potential, you can transform your life and experience renewed joy and well-being.


Key Facts:

Pain profoundly impacts a person's quality of life, but it's challenging to understand unless experienced firsthand.

Many people have grown accustomed to living with pain as a part of daily life.

The "suck it up" mentality encourages people to endure pain without seeking long-term solutions, perpetuating suffering.

Pain can manifest in various forms, including physical, emotional, and mental, with unique causes for each individual.

Ann Noler Harris's experience with energy healing, particularly for her dog with cancer, led to a deep belief in its positive effects.

Ann became a qualified Reiki Master, Medical Intuitive, and Advanced Metaphysical Anatomy Practitioner through years of training.

Energy healing goes beyond physical healing, offering emotional support and a safe space for individuals to seek help.

The article suggests several practices for pain relief and transformation, including awareness, self-compassion, seeking support, and energy healing techniques like Reiki, acupuncture, and crystal therapy.

Cultivating gratitude and a positive focus can reframe one's perspective and aid in releasing pain.

Releasing pain is a patient, ongoing journey that can lead to a transformation in one's life, fostering renewed joy and well-being.


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About Ann Noler Harris

 www.annnolerharris.com

 

 

As an esteemed member of the International Institute of Complimentary Therapists and International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine, Ann works with clients all over the world to support them to stop living with physical pain and emotional stress including anxiety. This has allowed her clients to stop spending time and thousands of dollars on other treatments that have not given them the healthy results they were looking for.


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