Pain Means Help Is RIGHT THERE

by Wendy Down on September 13, 2016

Writing outdoors today and it is SUNNY!

Writing outdoors today and it is SUNNY!

Welcome to post #2 in The Pain Experiment, where we are discovering pain to be more responsive and malleable that we were ever taught.

In last week’s post, I clarified the main assumption we are testing in this experiment; that our bodies are expressions, reflections, of our consciousness (or inner world).  And that adopting new perspectives can therefore changes our bodies.  Including its pain. 

From this perspective, it doesn’t matter if your pain is physical or emotional; whether it’s new, sporadic or long-standing. It doesn’t matter if you’ve believed your pain is unchangeable because of one hope-sapping reason or another.

Bring whatever pain you’ve got here.

Because, yes, that pain qualifies for improvement through the Pain Experiment.

To kick off the experiment, I introduced you to one physician who helped thousands of people evaporate crippling pain by teaching them the link between their pain and suppressed emotions.  Since reading about Dr. John Sarno’s work last week, take a little inventory of yourself.

Is it possible you already think and feel a bit different about pain than you did before? 

Do tell.

Today, my plan was to make an audio-recording in which I’d guide you to directly experience on your own pain from a radically different and much better perspective.  But then, I came across a beautiful recording in which one of my favorite teachers, Abraham, was sharing exactly what I’d planned.  And expressing it with such clarity and eloquence that I decided to share that recording here today instead.

Later in the Pain Experiment I may still make a recording for you, but please, today, listen to every word of this perfect 11 minute recording.

Don’t turn it off before you take yourself through the exercise offered at the end.   Seriously.  Do the exercise at the end of the recording so you can directly notice very real, palpable shifts in your pain as they occur.

Here’s the recording.  I love it and I hope you do too.  After you’ve listened, will you let me know what you experienced and what you found most striking in it?

And next week, we’ll see you back here with post #3, where Ken Graydon takes the lead position in The Pain Experiment!

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Jody September 27, 2016 at 7:11 pm

I’ve been undergoing some energy work that has resulted in a healing crisis. I’ve been experiencing physical symptoms as a result of the ‘clean out’. This pain experiment and the audio have been so incredibly helpful to detach and allow the process to work. 🙂

Thank you! Thank you! 🙂

Pat September 21, 2016 at 10:49 pm

I noticed some improvement in the back and foot pain I’ve been experiencing. Because I am at work, I kind of hurried the process a bit. I will try it again in a more relaxed mode!

Zeta September 20, 2016 at 8:12 am

I definitely felt different about the pain after reading
about Dr Sarno. I felt excited by the possibilities
offered and very hopeful…..have sent for two of his
books and one to give away.

After listening to the Abraham recording I began to
wonder if my body had already consciously joined the
project! As my interest is more for emotional rather
than physical I was quite surprised when a ” funny little
pain/sensation” started up about an hour before I was
going to watch the video. It persisted until the exercise
came up whereupon it melted away….I did indeed notice
notice a very real palpable shift as you described, Wendy.

Linda Dodrill September 15, 2016 at 11:49 pm

Wow! As I listened to “the pain means help is on the way” it turned everything upside down! An ache I had in my upper arm/shoulder eased its way to nothing!

I remembered a class with Wendy a long time ago when she read an Abraham-Hicks passage that suggested that what we call resistance, was actually our current/former vibe not up to speed with the new vibe, when the new option was available.

In other words, I experience unwanted, and that immediately launches a desire for preferred, and then I feel the hit of it in my gut, because the “current” me is not yet on the right vibrational frequency / alignment, with the me I will be in that preferred experience, which has become immediately available, NOW. I just need to catch up to it and allow it.

Now I call “resistance” the “come this way” signal.

Then I remembered that guy on FB who does the little “sensing energy” videos, Ilan Bendelman, and I remember one where he said something along the lines of loving or embracing your pain.

Haven’t yet sorted out how to pull all these ideas together, they are still in the blender at this point! Eager to see what our magnificent Consciouseers have in store for us!!

Louise September 15, 2016 at 3:13 pm

Thank you very much for this, Wendy. True relief.
With the reminder of the presence of assistance and the possibility of kindness, of there being no one and nothing ‘out there’ from which to earn approval or deservability,
I experienced an immediate softening and a then a feeling of sadness, which I hadn’t really
been aware of, dissolving. Abraham reminds me to feel my way through, rather than try
and think my way out of it.

nancy September 14, 2016 at 1:54 am

Wow, brilliant information. I choked up listening to the first time he said “help is on the way”. Decades ago a guide told me that our bodies have their own consciousness. I didn’t get it at the time, but I have more recently. Great info… As far as pain, I felt more comfortable after moving around after the recording!

Lynda September 13, 2016 at 10:50 pm

As I listened the first time, I definitely felt the pain release. The second time even more. I feel much freer and relaxed. Thank you for this! I will listen often and apply it to many things. It is a wonderful guide to releasing pain.

Lynda B.

Cynthia Lee September 13, 2016 at 4:29 pm

I listened to the recording and the pain in my back did lessen a lot. And it is still receding. I am going to listen to this often in the coming weeks. Thanks and I am looking forward to the next step in this experiment.