There is a fundamental connection between our minds and our bodies. We are essentially machines run by computers. The computers, our brain, sends signals to the machine, our bodies, telling it what to do. We think of this relationship most often in terms of physical events, such as touching something sharp or hot and pulling our hand away. By noticing the effect that our thoughts have on our physical reactions, we open up the door for new and more efficient ways of reducing unpleasant feelings, like chronic pain.
During our discussion, the topic of pain came up more than a few times, probably since pain is a universal experience. We talked about how our thoughts affect our experience of pain, and if we can use our thoughts to decrease the amount of pain we feel. The answer is a definite “YES!”
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Karen Gray CH, RN
Karen Gray is a Certified Hypnotist, a Registered Nurse, and the Director of Green Mountain Hypnosis in Lebanon, New Hampshire. For more information on how you can use hypnosis to change your life, visit www.greenmountainhypnosis.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (802) 566-0464.
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