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How to Heal Your Pain With Chakra Points

(Book Review by Eddy)

Do you have pain today? Is it physical or mental pain? No matter what it is, there are possibilities to fix help fix them. Understanding Pain is Your Guide to Healing by Hayuta Epstein is an informative book, with a lot of instructional guides that can help your body or mental pain.

There are 7 chakra points in our body, but according to the book, we’re only using 4 of those points. They are the throat, heart, solar plexus, and reproductive chakra points. Also, these points are referred to as air, water, fire, and earth elements. Each of these elements can be used to heal and soothe our anxiety, headaches, arthritis, and so much more. Hayuta has multiple instructional guides within the book to help us gain a better understanding of how to relief our physical or mental pain.

Chapters 6-17 (Acceptance & action) is interesting and they stood out to me because it’s the actual instructional guides that Hayuta teaches. Also, what makes this book special is, the case studies. The case studies are real-life testimonials from people like you and me. I find them to be true because I suffer from arthritis pain and I could relate to their situations. I’ve also tested some of the instructional guides myself and I found them to be useful. It’s not a quick fix, but long term if you continue the guides as a daily habit.

One thing that I don’t like from this book is the new age elements (Fire, Water, Air, and Earth). It sounds cringing and they are just another way of saying chakra points. For example, Throat Chakra is referred to as the Air Element. Why not leave it as chakra points?? Overall, I give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. My reason is, the word chakra has been used for many years and it should stay like that. Replacing it with elements isn’t necessary and it could cause confusion to readers.

So, does your pain still bothers you? If so, pick up this book and give it a go. I promise you’ll find something new with each instructional guide. Happy reading. You can get your own copy here or down below.

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Synopsis From The Book

Your Body Knows Everything

Understand the spiritual cause for pain and use it to for personal growth and healing

Our body speaks to us through pain, as well as other sensations and bodily experiences. Each pain has a reason and a purpose: to signal and communicate to us what needs attention and healing. Understanding Pain is Your Guide to Healing teaches the reader to listen to the body's signals and understand the spiritual cause for pain, in order to facilitate personal growth and development.

You can take responsibility for your life and develop the ability to heal yourself

Why did we come to this world? What is the cause of our pain and suffering? How can we connect with our inner guide, enter the path of healing and communicate with Higher Sources of knowledge? This book offers an alternative perspective to the conventional perception of pain, teaching that pain can be a valuable resource for self-understanding and spiritual growth.

Learn how to balance body, spirit and soul

Understanding Pain is Your Guide to Healing has important and useful insights about the medical, emotional and energy-related reasons for pain, as well as valuable methods for self-healing. Learn how to change harmful thought patterns and reconnect with your inner guide through this new and higher understanding of pain.

Get your copy of Understanding Pain is Your Guide to Healing now!


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