Pain comes in many forms. I experienced painful symptoms and weird sensations, all over my body. A list too long to ever seem complete.
My recovery has shown me how all the pains and weird sensations were because I did not use my body correctly. My body was not balanced and aligned. My posture was bad, my range of movement became increasingly restricted over the years.
It's taken a long time to correct but I learned to release the pain and you can too.
I believe that only when the main muscles of movement are being used correctly and the body has a full range of natural movement can their dysfunction be ruled out as the cause of the otherwise mysterious, painful symptoms experienced by so many.
Do you have a full range of natural movement?
Do you have a good posture?
Is your body balanced and aligned?
Healing starts from Base-Line.
It takes time and focus to heal yourself but it can be done if you keep working at it.
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.