30 Day Chronic Pain Challenge Day 30

Chronic Pain Challenge

Kick Your Chronic Pain To The Curb (I want to say ‘in the ass, but do not want to offend anybody!!

First: Facebook Live Video
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Day 30.  OMG (I seldom use these, since I am old and don’t hardly ever know what they mean.  I had to Google “AF’ the other day, because I kept seeing it in posts and messages and did not know what it means.)

Have we ever come a long way…and that was with a shot gun, random (Sharon’s chaotic way of doing things) approach.

How ARE you feeling?

How is your level of pain today vs. 29 days ago?

Mine is significantly LESS!!!

I actually feel pretty damn amazing!

Jump In

Use Thrive To Bridge The Gap…

Just from sharing and reviewing some of the things that have worked for me in the past…even some things I have not used for years.

I rearranged the Ho’oponopono phrases as a test this morning and on some things my old way felt better, but on others, the way they were ordered in the sample videos I shared (yup I watched about 6 of them yesterday…overkill, I know) and that felt better.

It seems like, for me, when I am dealing with a situation involving another person, or me letting myself off the hook for past thoughts/feelings/limiting beliefs…the “I am sorry, Please Forgive Me, Thank you, I love you ” order works best.

For releasing negative energy and past blocks, the ‘Please Forgive Me, I’m sorry, I love you, Thanks you” order seems to be better.

I do not know why…just how my brain and body are wired.

See why I say you have to experiment on YOU?

I figured this out for me, just this morning!

What might you learn about YOU today?

Yoga meditation silhouette pose

Today I was going to share a hypnotic meditation, but it is quite long (several pages of tiny text) and my eyes are not feeling it…it is designed to be read in to a tape recorder (do you remember those) and played back in YOUR own voice.

Perhaps another day…

So I picked a different exercise to share.  It is from “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff Workbook” by Richard Carlson, Ph D

It is actually the last worksheet in the book, #100  “Live This Day As If It Were Your Last. It Might Be!”

Now, don’t let the title fool you…this is a very positive energy focuses exercise.

Love Thrive.

Love Your Life: THRIVE!

“None of us has any idea how long we have to live.  Sadly, however, we act as if we’re going to live forever.  We postpone things that, deep down, we know we want to do.  We come up with elaborate rationales to justify our actions, and end up spending most of our time and energy doing things that aren’t all that important.

Do you live each day, as if it were your last?  How many of the following things would you like to do, but feel you  don’t have time for?  What others can you come up with?  try doing one of them every day for the rest of your life—however longs that is.”

  1. Start that book you’ve always been meaning to read
  2. Sew on the button that keeps you from wearing a garment
  3. Pain a room
  4. Make a child smile
  5. Spend the day with an aging relative
  6. Clean out a drawer
  7. Get a makeover
  8. Try a new food
  9. Start learning the words to a song
  10. Adopt a pet from the animal shelter
  11. Spend an hour making notes about what you’d like to do with the rest of your life.
  12. hone, wrtie a letter, or send E-mail to a faraway friend
  13. Start growing a plant
  14. Turn off the TV and talk to the people who live with you
  15. Play a game
  16. Go dancing
  17. Take an hour and do nothing
  18. Learn something new on the computer
  19. Do an exercise you enjoy
  20. Really look into someone’s eyes
  21. Find out how to get in touch with that famous person you’d like to meet
  22. Invite someone to dinner
  23. Visit that museum you always meant to
  24. Plan a vacation
  25. Get involved in a good cause
  26. Don’t find fault with anybody for a whole day
  27. Don’t go to sleep angry
  28. Learn something about your religion—or someone else’s
  29. Start a journal
  30. Put some photos in an album
  31. Watch the sun set
  32. Oil a sueky wheel
  33. Laugh
  34. Don’t compete
  35. Bake
  36. Learn a new word
  37. Spend some time with nature
  38. Don’t think one negative thought about yourself
  39. Give yourself the day off
  40. Say to someone, “I love you”

Here is a list to get you started.

Now, go get a NOTEBOOK and start your own list.

Put anything and everything you have ever wanted to do, study, were curious about….in it.

No judging…just get it ALL down on paper.

Do It Anyway

Life Is Scary…Do It Anyway & THRIVE!

Now days, folks call this a ‘Bucket List’ made famous by the movie with the same name.

All I know, is you have to WRITE THEM DOWN.

Just like goals…in your head, they are just fantasy.

Writing things down is the first step to creating them.

Do it today.


Watch what happens.


Choose Feeling That Support YOU

Third: Power Thought Card

CONFESSION:  The card for today is actually from the “Teachings Of Abraham, Well-Being Cards” by Ester and Jerry Hicks deck.

I misplaced (or could have miscounted) the cards I thought were left in the Power Thought Card Deck)…anyway, there were none there this am when I went to create today’s lesson/challenge, so I grabbed another deck.

Actually, this deck may be more in line with this whole challenge, anyway.

“I want to feel good”

“Today, not matter where I am going, no matter what I am doing, no matter who I am doing it with—it is my dominant intention to see that which I am wanting to see.”

Choose Change

You Change WHEN You Choose…

Fourth: Afformation

I am a champion pain killer.

I am a champion (pain killer) right now.

Why is it so easy for me to be a champion pain killer right now?



Fifth: If This Is Your Life, Here Are The Rules Card:


“Be fully conscious in the moment.”


You See What You Are

Nature Of Infinite Love & Gratitude Card:


“A moment alone with my thoughts reveals the purest reflection of my mind.  I am guided and supported by the clarity of vision of my true nature.”


What’s Next For YOU?

Sixth: Question?

What’s the next thing for me (to ____________________)?

Intend your destination

Where are you intending to be?

Seventh: Today’s Share Challenge

Share your biggest ‘aha’ or epiphany (lesson learned or new idea) from this 30 Day Chronic Pain Challenge.


That’s it for today.

Chronic Pain may be a part of your life, but it does not have to be your life.

See You Tomorrow,

Pain Killer

P.S. Don’t forget to share today!
There is so much we can learn from each other.


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