The self-hypnosis for pain method I’d like to introduce today involves re-interpreting pain sensations so that they’re experienced as something else.
In the same way that putting a different frame around a picture changes how the picture looks, putting a different frame (or attitude) around your pain changes your perspective of it.
Do you think describing a headache as "killing you" is the best way of expressing your pain? No, in fact it’s more than likely to increase your suffering!
Why do we speak of pain & suffering when we could just speak about pain? What difference is there between the two?
In my last post - NLP Pain Relief - I explained how to reduce your perception of pain by recreating in your mind a comfortable experience. Here I’ll explain how to ‘anchor’ that experience.
I’ve had chronic pain for many years and self-hypnosis has been an important part of my healing journey. Today I’d like to share a really effective NLP technique I regularly use to relieve discomfort.