Improve your Brain + Decrease Pain

Learn to improve your brain and decrease pain Click to join Beyond Pain- Mastering Energy 1 webinar Your brain is the seat of pain management and learning. Your body is the library that stores are how we emotionally react in a crisis. Beginning Jan. 10. 2017 at 5:30 PM PST. Mary Wolken coach and stress relief specialist will introduce you …

When pills and Ignoring the pain don’t work

Do you just keep pushing no matter what?                          After your accident or the emotional jolt you experienced, the pain is draining you. You are clear about one thing. You just want the pain to be gone. BUT you keep pushing, feeling wired and tired, trying to take care of family, work, exercise etc  until…? Does the exhaustion, sleeplessness, foggy …

Change your focus and your pain?

Focus is the first step to get through pain. The brain is such an amazing programmable computer.  Whatever the brain focuses is on tells the thinking and emotional systems of the brain what messages to send to the body. So, if you focus on pain the pain increases. Experiment: Look at the image of the bridge at the right. If …

Does pain get in your way ?

Simple survey for motivated women who suffer with recurrent pain. In the pain relief system described below would you be most interested in Steps 1, 2, or 3. Please simply put the step number in your response box at the end of the article. Wolken Pain Relief System – 3 easy natural steps Reduce physical and emotional recurrent pain in …

Let the pain – inspire you

For so long many have seen pain both physical and emotional as something to be hidden, forgotten or covered up. Now don’t get me wrong, I am not saying to seek pain out or not to get medical help when needed. When injured stay focused and breathe deeply. Stay in the moment. If someone does something hurtful, refocus and put …

Journey out of shoulder pain -day 6

So it is day 6 and I am determined to unlock this right shoulder  I want to stretch, lift and complete quick movements without pain. Knowing you are guarding the injury site and uncovering why you are doing it can begin to soften the neuro-emotional objections you have developed to releasing the old trauma at the site of injury. The …