How to Overcome Your Emotional Pain And Physical Suffering

Many people live with pain for so long that it seems like there’s no relief. It doesn’t have to be! There’s hope to overcome your emotional pain and physical suffering by focusing on wellness within.

What if you could overcome pain and suffering?

What could you accomplish with that kind of freedom?

I want to talk to you about some ways to help you overcome pain and suffering so you can live a less limited life. If you’re ready to get started, then I have a question for you…

Have you ever considered how your emotions impact your physical health?

Emotions Impact Physical Health

Did you know that 3 out of 4 hospitalizations are actually caused by stress-related illness? I’m not only talking about the temporary stresses we encounter on a day-to-day basis. When stress is uncontrolled for an extended period of time, we eventually enter into an exhausted state.

In fact, chronic stress is a factor in 5 leading causes of death in the United States including:

Stress-related illness is a trillion-dollar epidemic, and it continues to grow as chronic stress becomes more common.

We might not be able to see emotional pain and suffering, but its impact on our physical health is real. Start taking your emotional wellbeing as seriously as your physical wellbeing!

Sources of Emotional Pain and Physical Suffering

Many times, we get stuck in painful patterns. Emotional patterns can cause us to store pain in our body.

For this reason, I often ask my clients about their stress levels. Many of their stressors revolve around similar emotional themes – fear, worry, and anxiety. People experience…

  • Job-related stress
  • Worry for their children
  • Financial anxieties
  • Overwhelming anxiety with little things going wrong
  • Relationship stress

Do any of these resonate with you?

While many of us experience strong emotions around these aspects of our life, these emotions don’t have to cause stress. In fact, you can avoid stress by managing your emotional health.

Choose to Change Your Energy

Your body is vibrating energy, whether it’s your glow, passion, knowledge, or skills. It is an expression of your inner experience. The energy from within is invisible and constantly changes form.

Since our bodies are designed this way, it means our pain isn’t permanent! Everything is energy, and energy can change form.

And you can change your energy to overcome pain and suffering.

How to Overcome Your Emotional Pain and Physical Suffering

Very few people understand that our character traits can be hidden causes of stress. We are often the ones that perpetuate our painful patterns. Let’s talk about a few common patterns that you may be experiencing and how to overcome them.


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1. Acknowledge Your Resistance to Feel

One of the biggest sources of pain and suffering I see with my clients is resistance.

It’s common to resist things you don’t like or want to stop. If something is causing you pain, it’s instinctual to resist it. But when you resist pain, you’re unable to release it or relieve it.

We often have a false understanding that certain emotions are “bad,” so we have a tendency to push them down to avoid feeling them. The truth is, emotions aren’t good or bad. We are the ones that attach meaning to them.

When we constantly meditate on how to get rid of our pain, we resist our emotions. This keeps us stuck in a cycle. We must acknowledge it and allow it to come up in order to heal.

2. Let Go of the Emotions You’re Holding Onto

Once you’ve acknowledged your pain, it’s time to let the attached emotions go.

Another common reason people get stuck in painful patterns is because they are unable to let go of certain emotions like:

  • Fear
  • Anger
  • Sadness
  • Resentment
  • Guilt
  • Shame

These feelings come up when we judge our pain instead of letting it go. If you find that you’re holding onto emotions, I encourage you to ask yourself why that might be. For example, many of us were taught to quickly forgive and move on. But sometimes we rush this process because that’s what is “expected”. It’s not always easy to forgive if we are still hurting!

Allow Yourself To Let Go

If you find yourself holding onto emotions, it might be because you haven’t allowed yourself to fully work through those painful emotions. Give yourself a break, and show yourself some compassion.

It’s important to forgive and let go. Allow yourself to feel your emotions first so you can truly let go.

3. Be Honest With Your Emotional Dishonesty

Emotional dishonesty is another area that keeps us stuck in a cycle of pain. This happens when we are not true to ourselves. In other words, we say or do things misaligned with our true feelings.

  • Are you saying “yes” when you really mean “no”?
  • Are you following your inner guidance?

Doing things out of guilt or obligation leads to frustration. This can tie into the patterns of pain we already discussed.

Set Healthy Boundaries

When we are afraid to be upfront with other people, we dishonor ourselves in the process. Emotional honesty isn’t possible with others until you become radically honest with yourself. Set some healthy boundaries to stay on the path of emotional honesty.

4. Recognize How You’re Misinterpreting Others

Patterns of pain can also be reinforced when we misinterpret what other people say or do. This is one area I’ve struggled with personally, and many of my clients face too.

When people say things to us or look at us a certain way, we may take it completely out of context and give it a meaning it doesn’t deserve.

For example, imagine you walk into a meeting and someone has an unkind look on their face or someone cancels your meeting at the last minute.

Sometimes the first thing that crosses our mind is the most negative possible reason for the behavior… What did I do? Did I say something wrong?

Avoid Taking Others’ Actions To Heart

If you have negative thoughts about yourself around others’ behavior, I want you to remember this: another person’s actions often have nothing to do with you. They usually have everything to do with a conflict that person is experiencing in their own life, unrelated to you.

Don’t take what others say and do personally. When we do, it causes us a lot of unnecessary pain and suffering in the long run.

The following are a few common painful patterns, but it is not a complete list. This is only a small piece of the work I do with my clients. We go through several different items like these to see what may be underlying some of the pain they are experiencing in their life.

Get To The Root Of Physical Pain

Patterns of pain aren’t the same for everyone. Most people have one or even a few problems that cause them to get stuck. Many times the root of our physical pain stems from our inability to handle emotions appropriately.

Take Authority Over Your Emotions

Before the age of eight, we are conditioned to think, believe, and behave in certain ways based on the things we’ve learned. The problem is that while we’re absorbing all this information that teaches us to respond in a certain way, we become more likely to respond automatically rather than thoughtfully.

Are your responses based on the responses of other people instead of your own inner guidance?

Before you respond to an emotional situation, pause. Remind yourself that you have authority over your emotions, and you are in the driver’s seat.

Inter-Generational Negativity

Many of the character traits we’ve developed in response to problems we face are passed on from generation to generation.

Personally, I’ve had to work through breaking this cycle in my own life by boundary-setting on a regular basis. I look back at my parents and grandparents and I see the same character traits in them that I carry. I looked at it as a curse for a long time. But one day, I realized that I could do something about it.

If I can, you can too! It’s your choice to break the cycle that is causing you pain and suffering in your life.

If this resonates with you, I would love to connect to hear more about your story.

Start Overcoming Your Pain And Suffering

The best way I found to overcome pain and suffering, is through activities that help release some of these negative patterns. Anyone can do this with a professional like myself who understands the appropriate techniques.

I’m grateful for my personal experience walking through this type of work. And it’s some of the most rewarding work I currently do with my clients outside of their physical healing.

Without the emotional healing work, physical pain will often manifest itself again. That’s why I take a holistic approach to health.

I help people go from chaos to freedom so they can live in peace and make a bigger impact in the world. I’ve helped many busy professionals overcome pain and suffering by guiding them in…

  • Managing emotional stress
  • Recovering hormone health
  • Balancing weight and metabolism
  • And so much more.

Working with a professional on these things will give you the energy you need to succeed and shine with confidence. If you’re ready to start living a happy, healthy, and whole life, fill out a discovery form here so I can help you customize a program that meets your unique needs.

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