Healing Emotional Pain: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma, and Pain

May 15th, 2010

Healing Emotional Pain

Emotional Health: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma, & Pain. AMAZON SOFTCOVER Buy Book Now! Click Link http://ow.ly/575gC

How can we have less pain and suffering in our lives? Is it by avoiding or by embracing our feelings?

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Healing Emotional Pain

 Healing Emotional Pain: My book “Emotional Health: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma, and Pain” is an owners manual describing practical methods to release your physical pain and for healing emotional pain, suffering, and emotional distress. This book shows you how to embrace your feelings rather than continually avoiding them. This skill once mastered brings us relief from suffering, for instance feeling empowered rather than victimized. The book shows you how to become more aware of your critical, negative self-talk and how to change it to have more success and happiness rather than having your unconscious sabotage you. This book shows you how get in touch with your wounded inner child and begin healing that emotional part of you that in the past ran your life with repeating patterns of drama and trauma.

Healing Emotional Pain

This book shows you how to recognize your codependent patterns in abusive relationships and how to begin recovery by becoming aware of your needs and feelings and expressing them and also by practicing setting healthy personal boundaries.

Healing Emotional Pain

Finally, this book shows you how to recognize your unconscious shadow – the parts of ourselves which we dislike – which healed reveal new strengths and creative abilities.

Other books in my genre of health/mind/body explore one area of improving awareness and releasing pain and suffering to improve your physical/emotional health. I, however, give you five areas with stories, techniques, and tips for greater happiness and success and healing emotional pain.

Freedom from suffering and trauma takes you on a journey through the lives of over thirteen people who have endured years of physical and emotional suffering. They describe how to release trapped emotions such as anger, depression, and grief from the physical body, as well as chronic physical pain. People also describe  healing emotional pain of deep-seated wounds from sexual and mental abuse, as they encounter a growing empowerment for the first time in their lives.

Through reading and using the methods in this book your emotional health will improve, you will gain greater awareness of your emotions and how they affect your thoughts and behaviors. You will learn more about your strengths, as well as your weaknesses and how to turn them into strengths. You will increase your levels of self-esteem and confidence.

You will gain skill in taking charge and managing your emotions in healthier ways. Most important, you will have greater choices to be proactive rather than reactive as you did in the past and suffered at the mercy of emotional dramas. In addition, you gain the ability, as well as understanding to express your feelings and needs easier. You will also have and maintain healthier relationships with better communication, work with less conflict with others, and manage your own conflicts easier as well, as healing emotional pain.

My purpose is to inspire you in healing emotional pain and increasing your self-awareness and happiness.

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 Part 1 Overview – Improving emotional health, easing pain, healing ourselves, healing physical/emotional abuse and healing emotional pain , facing our fears, & stabilizing our minds.

Part 2 Overview – Empowerment from codependency, caring for ourselves, healing physical pain as well as healing emotional pain, causes behind physical pain, & healing sabotage of our success.

Part 3 Overview – Making conscious choices, path of the heart, paths of service, global paradigm shift, & spiritual awakening.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Michael David Lawrience is the author of Emotional Health: The Secret from Drama, Trauma, and Pain His book provides ways for improving emotional health, easing pain and stress, healing physical and emotional abuse, healing emotional pain and spiritual awakening. See book on Amazon http://ow.ly/zcTEo

Michael as a previous Residential and Self-Esteem Coach and Mentor has over 15 years’ experience teaching teen’s self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-reliance. See eBook Self Esteem- A Teen’s Guide for Girls http://ow.ly/zcTHa This book is valuable for women also.

Michael offers Bowen Therapy in person in Sedona, Arizona for easing physical and healing emotional pain. See http://emotionalhealthtips.com/bowen-therapy

Michael also conducts personalized hiking tours in Sedona for emotional and spiritual breakthroughs. http://sedonamysticaltours.com/


 

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Authors Interview Helpful Facts – Secret for Freedom from Drama and Trauma

February 5th, 2015

BookBuzzr Interview Emotional Health: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma and Pain by Michael Lawrience

Authors Interview

authors interview BookBuzzr 1. In this Authors Interview could you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Michael is an Author and writer, a Holistic Health Practitioner, a personal growth seminar leader, as well as having been a Self-Esteem Coach and Mentor for teen girls.

He has dedicated his life discovering and healing himself and others emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

He has over 40 years’ experience as an Energy Healer with a B.A in Sacred Healing. As a certified Bowenwork Practitioner since 2005, he stimulates the body to heal itself of physical, emotional pain and trauma.

BookBuzzr 2. In this Authors Interview describe your book Emotional Health: The Secret for Freedom from Drama, Trauma, and Pain in 30 words or less?

Emotional Health provides stories of people who healed their emotional suffering by healing physical and emotional abuse, improving emotional health, reducing pain, recovering from codependency and also spiritual awakening.

BookBuzzr 3. In this Authors Interview what was the hardest part of writing your book?

Writing for two years straight 5 days a week with no previous writing skills or training and no internet in the mid 90’s to do any research. Leaving the book for about 10 years and then basically scrapping over half the book when I looked at it again. I spent a year interviewing people about their experiences and another year doing rewrite after rewrite after rewrite. Rewrites pose the hardest part of writing.
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Men Stopping Violence: Communicate With Your Daughters & Women Part 5

January 16th, 2015

Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood. Stephen R. Covey, author The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

When a teenage girl or a woman has been validated (listened to actively) over and over again over a period of years, I believe she will be less vulnerable and subject to physical, emotional and mental violence and violation. She will be less likely to enter into or stay in abusive relationships because of her higher self-esteem; the gift you as a father or man have given her from your caring and love to keep her safe and secure.

Men Stopping Violence

men stopping violenceDo you, like most men, seek to be understood rather than understand your daughters and women?

What training do you have that enables you to really listen and understand another person?

Like most of us you probably have little or no communication training. You want to stress your point. Did you know 80% of communication lies in nonverbal cues, 15% in tone, and only 5% lies in the actual words? Do you focus only on the words and miss the meaning completely?

Do you listen with the intent on what you will say back? Do you filter everything you hear though your own life experiences and want to share them? For example, I had a similar thing happen to me.
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Men Stopping Violence: Communicate With Your Daughters & Women Part 4

January 15th, 2015

Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood. Stephen R. Covey, author The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

When a teenage girl or a woman has been validated (listened to actively) over and over again over a period of years, I believe she will be less vulnerable and subject to physical, emotional and mental violence and violation. She will be less likely to enter into or stay in abusive relationships because of her higher self-esteem; the gift you as a father or man have given her from your caring and love to keep her safe and secure.

Men Stopping Violence

men stopping violenceMen How Do You Learn to Listen to Validate?

Men stopping violence: Do you, like most men, seek to be understood rather than understand your daughters and women?

What training do you have that enables you to really listen and understand another person?

Like most of us you probably have little or no communication training. You want to stress your point. Did you know 80% of communication lies in nonverbal cues, 15% in tone, and only 5% lies in the actual words? Do you focus only on the words and miss the meaning completely?

Do you listen with the intent on what you will say back? Do you filter everything you hear though your own life experiences and want to share them? For example, I had a similar thing happen to me.

First remember 80% of communication lies in nonverbal body language. Listen and observe nonverbal cues. Use your intuition or inner knowing and go deeper beyond the words. What do you sense that may be unexpressed that even your daughter has no awareness? Perhaps it is pain, confusion, conflict.

Become aware of wanting to agree, disagree, interrogate, fix the problem or talk about your own experiences. Stop! These types of habitual responses shut down communication. It takes time to change and form a new habit. Now instead of being the fixer or interrogator keep listening and accept whatever your daughter says.

Know your sole purpose lies in your daughter feeling like you really hear her. Look for or sense the nonverbal cues. Perhaps you see a body shudder or a tear. For example, you sense hurt. You could respond by saying, I see what your boyfriend did really hurt you. This type of response validates.
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Men Stopping Violence: Communicate With Your Daughters & Women Part 3

December 16th, 2014

Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood. Stephen R. Covey, author The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

When a teenage girl or a woman has been validated (listened to actively) over and over again over a period of years, I believe she will be less vulnerable and subject to physical, emotional and mental violence and violation. She will be less likely to enter into or stay in abusive relationships because of her higher self-esteem; the gift you as a father or man have given her from your caring and love to keep her safe and secure.

Communicate With Your Teenage Daughters and Women

Men Stopping Violence

men stopping violenceMen stopping violence how will you succeed? Do you, like most men, seek to be understood rather than understand your daughters and women?

What training do you have that enables you to really listen and understand another person?

Like most of us you probably have little or no communication training. You want to stress your point. Did you know 80% of communication lies in nonverbal cues, 15% in tone, and only 5% lies in the actual words? Do you focus only on the words and miss the meaning completely?

Do you listen with the intent on what you will say back? Do you filter everything you hear though your own life experiences and want to share them? For example, I had a similar thing happen to me.

Men Do You Tend to Communicate By:

1. Agreeing or disagreeing
2. Asking probing questions – interrogating
3. Giving advice or wanting to fix the problem
4. Talking about your own experiences
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How to Heal Suicidal Tendencies

July 27th, 2014

I saw an article aheal suicidal tendenciesbout a survey that indicated 1/3 of Afghan and Iraqi war veterans considered suicide. The survey also showed 1/2 of the vets also had mental health injuries.

The statistics motivated me to see what options existed to heal suicidal tendencies. So I immediately considered looking at what Almine, the mystic and visionary teacher, had to say. I value her advice, consciousness and experiences far beyond the norm of usual information, as well as being practical.

The following is from an interview with Almine with suggestions I feel helpful to heal suicidal tendencies.

Q. What is the fate of those who commit suicide?

Almine In one way or another, all death is suicide, in that it is a voluntary choice. The only difference is that intense emotions of despair and hopelessness will have to be resolved and overcome in the soul world by someone committing suicide, when in fact they are trying to escape them

Suicidal tendencies come as a result of the blockage of the thyroid meridian, also known as the triple warmer meridian. Some contributing factors are toxicity from consuming impure foods, using toxic cosmetics that are absorbed through the skin and stress. The most effective product we have found is a pure essential oil from Arabia, which comes from the agar tree, called Oud. Almine recommends the oil on Fragrance Alchemy.com called The Blend of the Gods.

Note: The Oud blend clears the thyroid meridian of the emotions of Despair, Depression, Hopeless and Suicidal tendencies, which then leads to heal suicidal tendencies.
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Smashwords – Interviews Author Michael Lawrience

September 24th, 2013

Smashwords Interview

Smashwords – What is Your Greatest joy of Writing?

Michael David LawrienceI write nonfiction to assist readers for healing physical and emotional abuse and suffering. I also write for teenage girls on how to improve their self-esteem. My joy lies in the opportunity to assist readers to change and decrease the pain in their lives. I also experience joy in being creative and simplifying complex ideas so they can be more easily understood.

Smashwords  – What is the Story Behind the eBook Self-Esteem: A Teen’s Guide for Girls?

As a teenager, I suffered with the lowest possible esteem. I felt bad and had constant negative thoughts about myself for a lot of years. As I taught 100’s of teen girl’s self-esteem over a number of years, I saw 90% in my groups had very low to below average esteem. Almost everyone over 10-12 weeks would improve their esteem.

As I saw self-esteem remains a major challenge with media’s emphasis on girls and women being super thin and having to achieve an impossible standard of beauty, I decided to write a book giving more girls an opportunity to see the truth, gain awareness and have a choice to love themselves.

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Healing Family Lineage DNA

September 15th, 2013

Our biography (family lineage) becomes our biology. Caroline Myss, Anatomy of the Spirit

Michael David LawrienceHave you struggled for years with the same emotional life issues, even though you have been healing them? Do you feel frustrated because an issue never seems to completely heal? A family lineage pattern may be stuck in your DNA. It is thus crucial healing family lineage DNA.

These patterns may come up in abuse, addictions and anger, depression or money issues to name a few main ones.

My particular patterns of anger, separation and worthiness and relate to my fathers’ lineage while a pattern of feeling like a victim comes from my mother’s lineage.

Although, I spent most of my life healing emotional patterns, it is only recently that I received clearer insight and the knowledge that the right time has come for finally healing family lineage DNA, once and for all.

Thus, our biography of negative attitudes, traumatic memories and self-esteem becomes our biology i.e., our emotions and thoughts affect our bodies, cells and DNA.
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Healing Emotional Pain: Embrace Your Emotions

June 16th, 2013

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart – Helen Keller

embrace your emotionsMaybe like me you have difficulty feeling your emotions. You may question why you would want to embrace your emotions?

Embrace Your Emotions

What if, you allowed yourself to fully embrace your emotions?

Sri Bhagavan of the Oneness University in India teaches any feeling or sensation experienced fully in the present moment will eventually transform into joy. This includes the most challenging situations or intense emotions.

Robert Tennyson Stevens’ Conscious Language also says that any emotion fully felt will turn into its strength, grief into joy, fear into confidence, and pain into love.

When we stop resisting pain, and surrender, Divine Grace can enter our bodies. Contraction ends and a flow of energy opens, allowing change. I have experienced this.
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How to Unlock Your Inner Body Awareness?

May 3rd, 2013

Go into your inner body; feel that your energy field is alive. And you’ll notice, you’re not thinking anymore. You can still listen. Eckhart Tolle

Inner Body AwarenessDo you know how to go inside and connect with your inner body awareness? Most of the time, our daily attention takes us outside our bodies. We focus on outer tasks and people. We stay caught up in our minds, thinking, thinking, and thinking.

Can you stay present with the sensations inside your body?

Can you feel the energy within?
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