Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release: Pain Is a Choice and Suffering Is Optional

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This remarkable book explains how pains are messages from our inner self that can be a blessing instead of a scourge. Dr. Daniel Benor teaches ways to dialogue with pains and release them, often within minutes—even when they have been present for decades. His process also releases stresses and distresses that may contribute to pains and emotional issues that arise from pains—including anxieties, depression, insomnia, and problems in relationships. This holistic approach addresses body, emotions, mind, ...
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Overview


This remarkable book explains how pains are messages from our inner self that can be a blessing instead of a scourge. Dr. Daniel Benor teaches ways to dialogue with pains and release them, often within minutes—even when they have been present for decades. His process also releases stresses and distresses that may contribute to pains and emotional issues that arise from pains—including anxieties, depression, insomnia, and problems in relationships. This holistic approach addresses body, emotions, mind, relationships, and spirit. It is transformative and can restore wholeness in a person’s life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981972909
  • Publisher: Wholistic Healing Publications
  • Publication date: 5/10/2009
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 251
  • Sales rank: 792,200
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author


Daniel J. Benor, MD, has taught his spectrum of healing methods for twenty-five years. He is the author of Healing Research and many articles on holistic, spiritual healing. He is the editor and publisher of the peer reviewed International Journal of Healing and Caring. He appears internationally on radio and television and is a founding diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Introduction xi

WHEE is Elegantly Simple 12

We All Know the Experience of Pain 12

Pain is Often a Message from Our Inner Self 13

WHEE Is a System for Dealing with Pains and Stresses 14

WHEE Was Born from My Frustrations as a Psychiatrist 15

The Basics of WHEE 16

Why WHEE Has Been Hugely Successful and Enthusiastically Accepted 18

Explore for Yourself How the Elements of WHEE Work for You 19

WHEE Is Adaptable to Your Specific Needs and Preferences 20

Chapter 1 Understanding Pain 21

Conventional Explanations for Pain 22

Wholistic Ways of Addressing Pain 25

Chapter 2 Psychological Factors in Pain 29

Components of Physical Pain 29

Adapting to Pain 34

Rewards and Punishments 37

How We Are Programmed to Get in Trouble 46

How the Unconscious Speaks to Us 52

The Inner Child 54

Dialoguing with Our Inner Child 55

Vicious Circles that Lock In Our Pain 58

Transactional Analysis 60

Psychological Pain 63

Getting Support for Dealing with Pain 71

Chapter 3 The WHEE Method 75

Taking a Thorough Look at One's Life History 76

Safely Issues 77

Ground Yourself Regularly 77

Focusing Clearly on the Problem 79

The SUDS and SUSS 81

Physical Sensations as Another Measure of Intensity 83

Tapping 84

Affirmations 85

Replacement Positive Statement 88

Rate, Duration, and Intensity of Tapping 90

Incremental Learning to Find Your Best Ways for Using WHEE 91

Journaling 92

How to Deal with Resistances 93

Bundling and Partializing 101

Parking an Issue 103

Muscle Testing for Dealing with Resistances 104

Clearing the Vessel through which Healing Flows 110

Presence 112

Research on WHEE 113

Chapter 4 WHEE for Rapid,Deep, and Permanent Pain Relief 115

Dealing with Acute Pain 115

General Observations About WHEE 117

Adapting to Chronic Pain 121

Dialoguing with Chronic Pain 126

Gently and Slowly Lightening the Burden of Chronic Pain 130

Chapter 5 The Unconscious Mind and WHEE 137

Integrator for New Awareness and Learning 137

Functional Control Systems 138

The Mind and the Immune System 139

Automatic Pilot for Habitual Behaviors and Psychological Responses 141

Memory Banks 142

Channel for Intuitive/Psychic Awareness 143

Wakening to Shadow Aspects of Ourselves 145

Switchboard/Control Panel for Collective Consciousness and Manifestations of Soul 147

Pain as a Wakeup Call from the Unconscious 148

Chapter 6 Spiritual Dimensions of WHEE and Pain 151

Biological Energies that Surround and Interpenetrate the Body 154

Earth Energies Can Strengthen Effects of WHEE 155

Intuitive Awareness Helps Us to Validate Our Spiritual Awareness 156

Psychokinesis and Healing 157

Proxy/Surrogate Healing 159

Past-life Memories Can Enhance the Effects of WHEE 161

Death Has a Bad Reputation 166

Clearing Unresolved Issues with Spirits 169

Spiritual Bypass and Spiritual Inflation 171

Collective Consciousness 172

Deeper Questions Raised by Pain 177

The Shadow 181

The Pain Body 183

Acceptance 188

Love and Compassion 193

Forgiveness 194

Transcending Pain 197

Pain as Teacher 198

Chapter 7 Theories to Explain WHEE 199

Process and Content Explanations 199

Body 201

Emotions 203

Mind 205

Relationships with Other People 209

Relationships with the Environment 211

Spirit 213

Broader Understandings from WHEE 219

Afterword: Looking to a New Future 223

Suggested Reading 227

Glossary 237

Names Index 243

Subject Index 245

About the Author 253

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