#5: Dealing with Impatience

How to deal with Impatience
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A few weeks ago, I sent out a quick email and posted this quick question in our Facebook group asking for everyone’s biggest challenges when it comes to healing from chronic physical and emotional pain.  And one of the big themes was about dealing with impatience. 

Impatience in the healing process can sound like any of the following (do any of these resonate with you?) 

  • Why aren't I healing faster?
  • When will this go away? 
  • I'm doing everything I can to "heal" - why am I still hurting so much?  

In this episode, you'll learn: 

  1. How impatience is the natural way of the brain and how we can retrain it 
  2. Why and how to consider what’s the real cause of the impatience 
  3. That "what you resist persists, and what you look at disappears"

AND a SURPRISE! I made a cheat sheet for you guys since this episode is pretty packed with information. And inside the cheat sheet is ANOTHER surprise!! Click below to get instant access - I hope it helps! 

Links: 

Motivation Is Tied to the Strength of Your Brain Connections | Psychology Today https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201511/motivation-is-tied-the-strength-your-brain-connections

Neural Reorganization Following Sensory Loss: The Opportunity Of Change https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3898172/

Brain 'rewires' itself to enhance other senses in blind people https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170322143236.htm

Multimodal MR-imaging reveals large-scale structural and functional connectivity changes in profoun ... http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0173064

“What you resist persists, and what you look at disappears” - Neale Donald Walsch in

 

Community:

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Thank you so much for listening! Until next time, sending each one of you lots and lots of love. 

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