Do you feel like you’ve tried everything to control your headaches or migraine attacks? Are you reluctant to try a new therapy because you’re afraid it won’t work? Why is it important to be open to new possibilities?
In “Feeling Stuck? How to Invoke the Mind of a Headache Warrior,” excerpted from The Headache Healer’s Handbook and published on MigraineAgain, I discuss resetting your viewpoint to beginner’s mind in order to become your own headache detective if you’ve been struggling with pain — and cite stories and research that point to the power of placebo in healing.
The process of discovering your own mind-body (body-mind) connection is universally valuable; you don’t have to be afflicted with headaches or migraine to benefit from or experience it.
What’s wrong with this posture? Do you have a C-Curve? Can you see it in this picture? So delighted, excited, and honored to have this piece up with my byline at Migraine Again! Whether headaches, migraine, or shoulder/neck/upper back tension or pain, I hope you’ll find these practices helpful in producing more bodily ease. Excerpted from The Headache Healer’s Handbook. Click here to read the article.
Who knew that relaxation was a skill? Looking for some helpful ways to begin and maintain a meditation practice? Thanks to MASSAGE Magazine’s publishing my simple steps online, you can learn to meditate without judging yourself, aiming for perfection, or wondering if you’re doing it right. Click here to learn how.
I’m pleased and honored to announce foreign rights to the The Headache Healer’s Handbook were sold to Jaico Books. Now available in English in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and The Maldives — and here it is on Amazon.in. Payable in rupees, please.
“I have followed Jan Mundo’s work for many years and have found it not only useful but profound. Although the focus of the book is on headaches, it speaks to a much bigger subject: the quality of our relationship with our feelings our minds, and our bodies.” — Gay Hendricks, PhD, author of The Big Leap and Five Wishes