Why Are You In Pain?

A Journey Beyond Symptom Management

Why Are You In Pain?
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Are You Activating The Pain Matrix?

The Pain Matrix

Your pain is your fault. Our decisions are based on our perception, attitudes, and the stored database of information we have. We live in The Pain Matrix. This is the place from which the information we already have is assessing new incoming information or situations. In turn, this alters our attitudes and change our assessments. Thoughts Matter WHO: Who do you think is responsible for your pain? Are you casting blame? Who are you judging or Read more…


Lazy Brain Pt. 2 – A Prerequisite For Pain

prerequisite for pain

What is a lazy brain? What causes a lazy brain? We were talking about a prerequisite for pain: how your brain is trained for pain. A Prerequisite For Pain So how does that happen? Essentially, it’s the same thing as your body being trained to be fat. (I say this as a person who is currently fighting, like many of you; to get my weight and health under control to improve it). It’s just like Read more…


Lazy Brain Pt. 1 – Are You Trained For Pain?

trained for pain

For years we’ve been told that we have no power to control heredity. Does this mean that our brains are trained for pain?  Family Curse? According to scripture, a curse upon a family could last for up to seven generations. I used to wonder how that worked. At this point in time I’m really beginning to understand it. You see, up until last year I thought the pain originated in childhood. I’ve now come to Read more…


How Do Mismanaged Disappointments Cause Pain?

suffer from disappointment

Sometimes pain and problems manifest because of our thoughts about our problems. When something doesn’t go the way we expect it to; we are often greatly disappointed. If you hold on to anger it becomes lethal.


The 7 R’s Of Restoration

Security is found in responsibility

People who say, “Why is this always happening to me?” have failed to fully assess their problems, their lives and their decisions; and most likely, are not truly seeking answers. This has to do with your belief systems.