Pain Less

We have all gone through sad times due to family, sentimental sorrows, work challenges, etc. ‘problems’. When we are involved in a problem, we see everything from a point of view as a little more difficult to face and different from the way anyone else can see it.

The emotional pain we may feel may prevent us from continuing with our purpose and goals if we get stuck in that conflict. In order to overcome it, it is important that you go through a profound multi-layer process of recognition, meditation, breath and relaxation, and most necessary, seek help.

An aside note 12th September in Australia is RUOK day.

RUOK is a suicide prevention charity in Australia, reminding people that having meaningful conversations with mates and loved ones could save lives.

I believe in referring to the most appropriate therapy practitioner.

Let go of all those feelings of anger, aversion, or frustration you may have against yourself, your emotional pain, or your current reality. Don't resist anything. Take everything you face with grace. Surrender to what is. Accept what you are going through, all your thoughts, emotions, and frustrations.

Pain comes and it goes. It is just one component to the cycle of life. And when experienced, pain can serve as an important teacher. It’s when we get stuck in our pain that it becomes detrimental to our wellbeing and development.

In my experience, removing the darkness from our minds and hearts takes time. So often this is what I see happen. You may have clicked into a generational code of addiction, addicted to sadness, addicted to feeling sorry for yourself – this is the inherited repetitive behaviour that I work with over two days in “Break The Grip Of Past Love”.

You need to fully address the generational code of addiction, then take a little time reset, heal, and mend the brokenness and begin anew.

When you notice that you feel closed-off, resentful, heavy-hearted, or that you try very hard to avoid being hurt again, there is still a part of you that is still stuck in pain.

It’s hard when we lose a career we love, a special food that that we’ve become addicted to, a soul mate, a loved one, a dream – the difficult part of healing is to recover the ‘you’ that went away with them, the dream, the life.

And possibly the hardest you will ever endure is to grieve the loss of a person who is still alive.

When you love someone, you spend time alone with that person, quality time. And in the difficult moments of our lives, when pain is present in our hearts and minds, spending time alone with ourselves is one of the best gifts we can give ourselves.

But what is the point of spending time alone when the same story goes over and over in our mind. We need a new perspective, a new reason to be, a new way to break the pattern of the sadness and pain of the past love.

To recognize, love and appreciate the beautiful parts of yourself. To love you, and to know you, to repurpose, reset and have a time to heal and recover from everything you are going through.

Pain is a difficult stage to overcome without will; you need to understand how serious it could be not to give importance to this process of recovery, it could even serve as an excellent opportunity for personal growth and learning.

If the pain is transgenerational, healing the DNA Memory is what we deal with in Transforming DNA Memories and is a giant first step in your ‘return-to-freedom’ process.

SYLVIA MARINA is known for her heart-felt approach and ability to help people to transform their lives for the better.
She mentors clients via Skype and in Perth, West Australia presents face-to face mentoring programs that include 100 hours of interactive workshops.