Author Jan Mundo Introduces The Headache Healer’s Handbook

Jan Mundo, author of THE HEADACHE HEALER’S HANDBOOK, introduces her holistic, mind-body program that teaches headache and migraine sufferers how to relieve and prevent their symptoms naturally — without drugs and their side effects.

“Just follow Jan’s advice, and watch your headaches go away.”
— from the foreword by Alexander Mauskop, MD, Director of the New York Headache Center

The Headache Healer’s Handbook, Available Now!

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“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

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We get busy. We get busy and forget to breathe, to pay attention to life. That we’re right here, right now. We lose connection. Maybe we never had it. But we want it, yearn for it. You, me, we, people, life.

Transformative work can bring you back into your body, put you in touch with your cells, with yourself on the cellular level. You can breathe, relax, relieve pain, tension, and stuck places. Find the spaces you can’t feel into, that are numb, tight. You’re suddenly aware of qualities you’ve embodied—a wooden board, a bungee cord.

Bring your awareness into your body. Feel yourself breathe. In the moment. Settle into your Self and feel gravity hold you, right where you are. Feel. You’re alive. Breathe. Let it go.

Let go of the grip of now of then of centuries past. You were gripped by what you feared and tightened against, or learned to please, squeeze, or run away, or stay paralyzed, frozen, tucked in, tucked away. It was reaction, safety, protection, wanting affection.

Let those toxic layers get cried away, yelled out, coughed up, shaken out, drawn away, melted down. New skin, new shape, new ground, purpose, meaning. Ease in.

It can be refreshing, soothing, plumb the depths, release the pain. You’re the explorer. You and your body carve the path. Keep breathing. It all unfolds as you grow.

[cross-posted at Mundo Lifework]