Back Pain Causes – Which Emotions Amplify Yours?
Back Pain Causes
The back is made up of many muscles, but when we speak of back pain, we usually speak about the spine. The spinal column is a stacking of 33 vertebrae, distributed as follows: cervical, dorsal, lumbar, and sacral. To simplify this, I’m going to refer to these areas as lower, middle, and upper back. What you are about to read is not to replace medical treatment. It is to open your mind to the possible emotional connection that may be causing or amplifying your back pain. Note it is important always to have any back pain checked by a medical doctor or a chiropractor.
Emotionally speaking, the back represents our support system. Problems with the back usually mean… we feel we are not being supported. Dr. Milton Erickson was known for saying, “If you don’t pay attention…you pay with pain.” What message is your body trying to tell you? What emotions do you need to change to decrease or eliminate your back pain?
Upper Back Pain
The upper back has to do with feeling the lack of emotional support; feeling significant people in your life don’t understand you or support you. You may feel unloved, or you may be holding back your love from someone. Upper back pain could also mean that you feel that somebody is always on your back.
By changing a belief that you are responsible for other people’s happiness, it can relieve pain in your upper back and neck. Do things for others from your heart, not from a place of feeling you have to do it or they won’t love you.
Gaining love of yourself will not only increase your happiness – you will be supported from the inside first.
Middle Back Pain
Emotionally speaking, pain in the middle back comes from feeling guilty about ‘stuff’ from the past. Perhaps you are afraid to explore your past? Maybe you are hiding what is back there? Do you feel stabbed in the back? Do you find yourself wanting to scream out, “Get off my back!”?
To move freely into your future, you need to release the past anger and guilt and embrace your present and future with love in your heart.
Lower Back Pain
With today’s financial hard times, are your finances in a mess? Do you worry about them excessively? The lack of money, fear of not having enough, or fear of material loss may be the cause of your lower back, bothering you. The amount of money you have has nothing to do with it. It’s the fear of lack of financial support, the fear of your survival that amplifies the pain.
Eliminating paralyzing guilt, clearing your past from anger and transforming your fear into personal power will help you gain control, well-being, and find peace of mind you may long for in your life. It can be done in very little time with Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques.