Heal Your Own Pain – free ebook

I’m excited to tell you all about a new book by our friend Luli.

It outlines a programme designed to assist people to heal their physical pain. It includes the reasons why we manifest pain in the body in the first place and provides tools and exercises to assist anyone in physical pain.

You can read more about the book and find it as a free download here.

So inspired to see a sister following her passions.

Go Luli!

5 thoughts on “Heal Your Own Pain – free ebook

  1. dianatingoora

    Wow! So clearly laid out and expressed. Really helpful and inspiring. Congratulations, Luli.

  2. June Archer

    Hi Mary

    Love this post, I look forward every week to what surprises I get in my inbox from you.

    I’ve downloaded the book so here goes , a new challenge.

    Lots of love


  3. Kathy Williams Sitz

    I am going to work this program. I have been living with chronic pain for most of my life and its really been bad the last 10 years. I really appreciate that she took the time to lay this out the way she did. Her premise is interesting to me because I am a person who does not “feel” emotions at all, therefore if the premise is correct, that would be why I am living in so much pain. Thanks again, Kathy from California.

  4. Robin Grisham

    Read it already and loved how clearly it was written. I felt anyone could understand it and give it a try to prove to themselves that pain is emotional.

  5. David Wall

    Reblogged this on Disorderly Happiness and commented:
    I found a quote from Dr Janov, an American psychologist in regards to pain: “… while we have the capacity for concealing, repressing, denying, and dissociating from pain, we are not actually getting rid of it. We may be able to remove it from awareness, but it still exists in the lower levels of consciousness.”

    I get those minor back aches from sitting on a computer for hours at a time and I zone out from them a lot too, but come to think of it, I’ve always had a tight back – I’m the opposite of flexible and that’s how I’ve been for the majority of my life.

    Anyway, if you’re like me, wondering what those little pains are all about, or if you’ve got stronger chronic pain, maybe you’ll find this eBook by Dr Luli Faber useful (it’s free). I had a read through and it’s really clear, concise and practical so I thought it’s an important one to post about, as most people are coping with physical pain to various degrees. Mary talks about in this in her post (I’m re-blogging).

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