just start

Just go for it Don’t let pain slow you. Don’t let anyone turn you around. Even if you never never saw anyone do it before. Follow your heart’s dream -go for it!   Take the first step. Write it down as a goal. Spend 10 minutes a day learning about it. Follow your heart’s dream. Does it scare you ? Even more reason to do it. Begin today. Remember,  you will have all the strength and …

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 your energy into doing something positive. This young soccer superstar is a model in changing painful …

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 two ways that are helping tonight are visualization and singing. To protect my tightened muscles and …

Journey out of shoulder pain – day 4

Confession: I had a melt down 4 days ago. Did to much and the shoulder screamed at me. So I’m averaging 2 to 3 heat and vibrational therapy treatments daily and the acute pain in my shoulder is waning. PT (physical therapist) checked it today and feels I just over did my new stretching exercises, I had temporarily added to my daily routine. I’m at the point where I’m chomping at the bit to get to …

Will gentle shifts give lasting result? Testing 1, 2, 3

This is real folks. about 2 years ago I fell hard on the cement and injured my shoulders and “planted my hands and knees into the cement. I was in shock and after 5 to 10 minutes finally managed to slowly struggle up. -grateful that I could move. Since then I’ve tried many things to get  “back to normal” ,including physical therapy, acupuncture, homeopathy, kinesiology, some exercise and stretching, supplements, Chiren, trigger point release… and to …