I recently read an amazing book ‘The Brain’s Way of Healing’ by Norman Doidge.
It demonstrates brilliantly, our brains huge capacity to heal, even when the odds are stacked up against us.
The approaches he describes, work on neuroplasticity, the brains ability to re-wire itself and find alternative, more useful ways of operating.
This is the same ‘technology’ that the Lightning Process accesses, in order to promote health and well-being.
The first chapter of the book shares the story of Michael Moskowitz, a chronic pain specialist who was injured in an accident. His own experience of chronic pain lead him to researching pain and neuroscience to look for a solution.
Once he fully understood how pain worked in the brain, he started working on his own pain consistently, “I had to be relentless – even more relentless than the pain signal itself”.
Once Michael had re-claimed his health, he started to teach his visualisation technique to his patients, with remarkable results.
I highly recommend reading the book, it is incredible. If you want an insight into the book and it’s stories, you can read this article published in ‘The Australian’ which is the first chapter and tells Michael’s story. It also demonstrates how pain is caused and becomes chronic, and the technique Michael used on himself and for his patients.