How to let go of pain

 

We all hurt sometimes. Pain is a great warning to our mind from our body that something isn’t right. If we can heed the call of pain and reply to its message, we can begin to heal ourselves.

Many people ask me how they can heal or be rid of pain.

The answer is simple, but not easy.

Not easy because we’re often distracted and busy in this world and we don’t take the necessary time to heal and connect to our inner landscape.

Especially when we’re in pain, we naturally try to avoid. Numbing out with drugs, distracting with television or friends, these are some of the many ways we’ve learned to not be in our bodies, present.

If you’re experiencing pain + you’re willing to do the brave work of inquiry to discover what’s truly going on, then you’re in the right place and I applaud you.

So, what to do when you hurt?

Ground

 

This seems simple and you may believe you know what that means, but it’s likely that if you haven’t cultivated a daily practice of grounding, then you’re missing out, you’re in pain, and you’re probably not having the experience you want.

Anything that brings you back to the present, to pleasure and to a sense of release + relief is grounding.

 

People who are not grounded tend to be…

  • Unfocused
  • Unsettled
  • Stress filled
  • Stressful
  • Heavily invested in controlling everything around them

 

If you are grounded, you are:

  • At home in your body
  • Earthy
  • Centered
  • Present

 

Grounding connects you to the earth and gives you a constant support system; it gives you opportunities to release old messages, ideas, and old ways of living.

Grounding makes it easier for you to have your own sense of self, because it helps you to focus on you, right here, right now.

Grounding helps your spirit rest in your body, safely and easily, and that allows you to be fully present and anchored in the now, where healing can occur.

 

Most anything you want to let go of, whether it be pain, old beliefs, energy, or attitudes, can be released through a grounding cord.

 

To release and ground out pain, you simply ground to the earth and then ground the area of your body where you feel pain and invite that to leave as well.

 

Watch the video below to learn more. 

 

 

If you’d like to learn more about how to heal yourself, check out my 4-week tele-class. Get more info here.

Thank you for joining with me today love!

xo

Rachel Claire