There are lots of theories on learning, yet fundamentally, we learn through copying. We mirror our family when we are very young, and learn unconsciously how they deal with pain. We learn from seeing how others do something or think about something, and then we imitate them. For example, if we see our mothers unable to function because she is fearful of getting a headache, then most likely we will learn and become afraid of headache pain. When we are afraid of our pain, it increases. We are going to learn what triggers your pain responses and how to deal with them.
To learn new things, we need to consciously place ourselves in circumstances where there is an opportunity to learn how others think and how they act. Therefore we need to be constant observers (of others and ourselves) to accelerate our learning.
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You can learn each practice, technique, method (modality), apply it to your life and then teach it. – EmpoweredSelfHealing
Identify the keys to your process. Keep in mind that your history, genetics, body, mind, emotions, and spirit are uniquely yours. For each important key to pain relief, identify which issues to pay attention to.
Change has to do with recognizing the value of options and with experiencing the fact that we are fully responsible for what we choose to do. Ernst G. Beier
- Clarify why that is an issue for you
- Apply what you have learned to overcome that particular issue
- Teach others by demonstrating what you have learned
To know yourself as the being underneath the thinker, the stillness underneath the mental noise, the love and joy underneath the pain, is freedom, salvation, enlightenment. – Eckhart Tolle