If you are alive, you will feel pain. For some, it is just a little here and a little there. For others, pain is chronic and constant. Maybe just a little or maybe a lot.
Since I tend to be on the active side, I tend to have lots of bumps and bruises. And at one point in my life, when I was suffering from an illness, I had significant pain. Which means I am on the lookout for how to find pain relief that does not include a pill to take.
After years of dealing with chronic pain, my guest was searching for a way to heal her own pain. And in the process, she has developed an approach that has helped many others to find pain relief without medication or medical intervention. Oftentimes, when those interventions have already failed!
Sharon Smith applies an approach that is simple and straightforward. It integrates physical healing with emotional release, reducing pain and releasing stuck emotions.
Often, when we talk about emotional issues and concerns, we use physical images: someone being a “pain in the neck,” wanting someone to “get off your back,” and many others. Why? Because there is a link between emotional pain and physical pain (and vice versa).
In our discussion, Sharon helps me with a little elbow pain that leads to some insight for me. And she also has some resources for you to get started with your own pain.
Join us. Listen below.