Our last issue of the Thought Field newsletter shared a touching story about a little girl in the hospital dying from cancer, and suffering severe pain. As I was reading it, I thought back about several times over the years, that Roger would work with a cancer patient, who, like this little girl, was in severe pain, in spite of the morphine drips and heavy medical pain killers.
As I thought about the many instances over the years that we have provided pain relief for someone, where nothing else had worked, I was reminded about what a powerful and simple tool we have to help chronic pain sufferers.
A quick internet search helped me quantify the number of people and conditions daily burdened with physical pain.
Lower back pain, headaches, neck pain, arthritis pain and any chronic pain create a lower overall quality of life. Chronic pain sufferers – over 100 million in the USA alone – report: Read more