"Wisdom is nothing more than healed pain." Robert Gary Lee
Pain in terrifying. But it is also a gift.
Thank your pain is a tool that helps separate emotion from self, learning how to cherish the lessons and silver linings within those darkened moments, and completely shatter what “pain” is all together.
We come to understand what pain is, not from what we’ve been “taught” but from the blessing it truly has to guide us in our lives.
It is not about optimism, or being “positive” or just saying “oh well” It is taking power and responsibility back into our own hands. It’s never letting a bad moment ruin our day again.
It’s feeling pain, but not being it. And no longer being a slave to those emotions.
Are you ready to let go of every dark day you’ve ever had?
How about never having one again?
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Where do I begin?
In life there is a balance. I have a saying - I can only feel this much joy because I have felt this much pain.
The struggles, the joys.. I am only what I am because of the people around me. Who I've met, and those who have taken me graciously under their wing at the perfect times to protect me from the storm.
Thank Your Pain is an homage to you. To those who help others when they are down. To those who are struggling, but keep up the fight.
After 25 years I was finally able to shake my deep seated belief that I was unwanted. How I deal with anger, sadness, depression is completely reversed.
It is still a struggle on certain days, but after countless self-help books, staying with strangers in multiple countries, psychology classes and conferences, and meditation in India - I have been able to reverse the way I see struggle altogether. And truly, Thank my Pain.
Because now I've lived in over 10 different countries. I went from having no family to having multiple.
I went from feeling like I was lonely, unloveable, totally broken-hearted and defeated to being completely
I hope if you're reading this, you take the next step in your journey to heal yourself, know you are not alone.
You can Thank Your Pain too.
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