prognosis and pain

Doctors cannot become our God.  I was deemed a chronic pain patient without hope for years until I started to do everything the doctors told me I couldn't.  The fear tactics and warnings of the "sky could fall", got real old and I needed to test my faith.  Note that I said I wanted to test …

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Chronic ANYTHING causes cyclic chaos

I at least have a brain cell and won't succumb to the average, normal, status quo way of indulging an escape from relational, emotional and physical pain.  If I have come this far in life and endured the creaking of arthritic joints, pain in my vagina, over-firing of nerves in my legs, debilitation of muscle …

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How does my pain lie to me?

John Evans taught people with illnesses to stop asking, “Why did this happen to me?” and just describe what is happening.  He teaches them to replace the question “why do I have this illness?” with the statement “I have this illness.”  He says, “Once clients can throw away the ‘why me?’ question they are on …

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I see my pain differently now

A Frenchman named Emile Coue created a mantra for his patients to live by.  He found that if they repeated a mantra such as, “every day I am getting better and better”, they were more successful in overcoming disease and sickness than those who fought their prognosis with sheer will.  He determined that strong conscious …

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PTSD lands on wrong shoulders

When I realize in the spirit realm that a new wave is emerging in the world, it is usually because prophetic insight is addressing a foundational issue.  PTSD is first and foremost a strategy of coping that occurs because the person has suffered a trauma and is re-living a portion of it at present time, …

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