Pain is the body sending signals to the brain saying "something's wrong". How we experience these signals gives us many types of pain and weird sensations.
For the whole of my life I have experienced painful symptoms and weird sensations, all over my body. A list too long to ever seem complete. Some that were with me from such a young age, I thought they were normal, that everyone experienced them.
My recovery has shown me that all the pains and weird sensations were because of the stored trauma I had on my body, records of the damage I had sustained restricting my movement, causing tensions and generating pain signals.
I never fully recovered from any inflammation I experienced because I did not use my body correctly. I did not release my stored trauma. My posture was bad, my range of movement became increasingly restricted over the years. My body was not balanced and aligned.
It's taken a long time to correct, but I learned to release the pain and you can too.
Do you have a full range of natural movement?
Do you have a good posture?
Is your body balanced and aligned?
If your answers are no: Is your body trying to tell you it's not in good physical condition? Sending pain signals from restricted tissues?
I believe that only when the body is in a good physical condition, only when you can use your main muscles of movement and enjoy a full range of natural movement, can abe ruled out as the cause of the otherwise mysterious, painful symptoms experienced by so many.
Healing starts from Base-Line.
It takes time and focus to heal yourself but it can be done if you keep working at it.Base-Line
Base-Line healing involves learning to use the right muscles - the 5 main muscles of movement, and also building the connection between body and mind. Part of this involves increasing your awareness of your physical condition - and of your pain.
When you encounter a pain, pause and focus on what you can feel as you breathe with your Base-Line.
Notice. Focus. Feel. Connect.
As I unravelled the physical mess I was in I experienced 'healing pains', re-living all my old symptoms as I released my stored trauma. Little by little regaining my natural range of movement and working towards a more balanced body. Unlocking the layers of trauma my body had been carrying around before the pains were gone - cured.
Every day was painful, my symptoms shifting around and around. It was hard to take at times and there were a lot of tears and emotional releases, but after my depression lifted I knew I was on the road to recovery and could feel that the physical symptoms were something I had to work through in order to come out the other side.
I now feel better than I ever have before.
There are many idiopathic (of unknown cause) symptoms and syndromes associated with chronic pain. Fibromyalgia is the label of choice these days.
I suspect a lot of chronic suffering was dismissed as hypochondria before that.
No known cause of chronic pain syndromes means no effective treatment. No relief for those who suffer.