Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release by Daniel J. Benor

Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release

byDaniel J. Benor, MD

Kobo ebook | February 25, 2009

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Pain is a Choice and Suffering Is Optional - WHEE for Tapping Your Pain Away. WHEE is one of the new self-treatment therapies called Energy Psychology. WHEE changes people's consciousness and their relationships with their body emotions, mind, relationships ans spirit and facilitates the healing of many of their physical problems. Dr. Benor shows how to address underlying emotional traumas for rapid and permanent alleviation of pain. When emotional pain is cleared, physical pain often dissipates too.
Title:Seven Minutes to Natural Pain ReleaseFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 25, 2009Publisher:Wholistic Healing PublicationsLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A miracle method for transforming your life! Having participated in a weekend workshop with Daniel Benor, author of this amazing book and creator of the WHEE method described in the book, I can personally attest to the utter simplicity and exceptional power of this work. WHEE enables me to release unwanted baggage that I didn't realize I was carrying and in doing so allows me to be much more present to the beauty of each moment. It is truly inspiring to see that this work offers limitless possibilities. WHEE is very empowering to the user... you do the work for yourself and it's so simple! I am very excited about WHEE for myself, my friends and family as well as the implications this work holds for the future of the planet. I realize from my own sense of peace from doing this work that it has profound implications for all consciousness. I highly recommend buying Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release and participating in any workshops that Dan is offering as well!
Date published: 2009-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A gem This book review starts with the disclosure that I am not an unbiased reviewer, having known Daniel Benor, MD, personally and professionally for many years. But that’s not why this review is so positive. Dr. Benor has written a very important book. I have long admired his scholarly work in assembling an encyclopedic, 4-volume collection of research on energy healing, psychic phenomena, and other such boundary-stretching topics. But I did not fully realize until reviewing this book that, in addition to being a noted researcher, editor, and teacher, he is also a gifted clinician. Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release is an important synthesis of his clinical work and his research endeavors, focusing on the notoriously challenging syndrome of chronic pain. Mind-body medicine practitioners have long known that chronic pain is the archetypal disease for illustrating the connection between mind and body. Chronic pain clinics have been the breeding grounds for many of the most important breakthroughs in the field of mind-body medicine and have featured the use of multidisciplinary teams, with the focus on self-management and empowerment rather than clinician dominance. They also led to early acceptance of now-established techniques like meditation, hypnosis, and biofeedback. However, an important ingredient has been missing from many of these approached to chronic pain, and Dr. Benor’s book helps provide the key – explaining the emerging field of energy psychology (EP). In traditional Chinese medicine, life energy (or qi) is understood as the link between mind and body. In Dr. Benor’s expanded model of energy psychology, this vital force becomes the bridge between thoughts, emotions, body, and spirit. He’s developed a simple technique that works on all these levels, and this book is a primer for its use. His technique is called WHEE, the acronym used to describe the Wholistic Hybrid of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). The latter 2 are the 2 best known energy psychology techniques. WHEE is a distillation of Dr Benor’s 40+ years of experience in holistic medicine. His book provides an easy-to-understand outline of what too often is presented as an esoteric topic, and the book is further sharpened by his focus on pain management as the single clinical issue of concern. Dr. Benor offers several dozen vivid clinical vignettes to illustrate key points, and, as the story unfolds, the picture he paints becomes all the more compelling. Furthermore, his willingness to describe how he has used these techniques to facilitate his own inner growth is inspiring and clearly illustrates the importance of putting into practice the somewhat clichéd notion of healing the healer. Best of all, the techniques are presented in such a way that the reader is drawn into self-experimentation, the most powerful way to experience the unusual impact of deceptively simple energy therapies like WHEE. The array of topics covered in this book is large, ranging from more traditional (and popular) psychological approaches like inner-child work and transactional analysis to the science of psychoneuroimmunology and the research basis of EP. The section on how to implement WHEE is particularly thorough and highlights the pitfalls most likely to be encountered by the beginning practitioner. Dr Benor utilizes the notion of pain as feedback from the unconscious mind to show how we can learn from pain and trigger our personal growth. He even makes bridges to such potentially controversial topics as past-life memories, group consciousness, and surrogate healing with a form of open enquiry that unfolds naturally and effectively. I particularly appreciated his chapter on using EP to connect with one’s own personal spirituality, a section that included such provocative topics as “Death Has a Bad Reputation,” “The Pain Body,” “Love and Compassion,” and “Forgiveness.” I do have a few caveats. The book is quite text-heavy and would have benefited from more diagrams and illustrations of various modifications of the techniques and the different ways they can be implemented, as well as depictions of the energy mechanisms that are thought to be involved in their action. Perhaps an MRI image or 2 could have been included to illustrate the known impact of energy psychology techniques on brain function. I’ll finish this review with 2 final comments: first, I now teach WHEE to all my patients in the pain management program where I work; second, I wish that I had written this book! Dr. Eric Leskowitz, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist with the Pain Management Program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston. He has an appointment with the Department of Psychiatry of Harvard Medical School and directs the hospital’s Integrative Medicine Project.
Date published: 2009-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A wonderful gift for yourself and your family!! I personally studied with Dan. As a natural health practitioner I often use and teach the WHEE technique. I find it not only effective in dealing with pain but also addressing emotional connections with allergies, skin disoprders such as eczema and psoriasis, digestive difficulties and also in treating disordered and emotional eating. This book will be an invaluable tool and resource. Be well Marlena Roe CNP, Holistic allergist & Colon therapist
Date published: 2009-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Results! Thanks! Dan’s WHEE process deeply healed inner child wounds that are now behind me. I’m free from the fear based feelings that caused me hurt, pain and depression in my life. Dan has a wonderful and compassionate approach to self-care and healing, WHEE is an outstanding tool and process that is truly unique and powerful.
Date published: 2009-12-01