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Ultimate Frisbee Pain

Updated: Jul 14, 2019

Self-hypnosis is really powerful. My boys convinced me to play ultimate frisbee. For hours. It's not bone-shattering or concussion inducing by any means, but it certainly was enough for me! I quickly reached beyond my abilities. I over stretched my thigh muscle. My groin muscles felt like too taut string vibrating even when sitting down. I was beyond sore and achy... barely able to hobble around!

Aaron looked at me and quoted me, saying "Is that the way you want to be?"

Why didn't I think of that?!?

After a quick two-breath self-hypnosis session and some of my Magic Remote Control work my pain was alleviated! I'd not used pain management on myself before. No, I have no idea why but you can be sure I won't let that oversight happen again!

It's quite one thing to see the relief on a client's face; it's quite another to feel it for yourself and KNOW it works!


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