The pain-body is a parasitical entity that feeds on emotional suffering such as anxiety, stress, and depression. It attaches itself to you at a specific time in childhood that I call "the primal wounding." This is a time when the ego becomes wounded because of some form of trauma. This traumatic event usually comes from a parent, sibling, or schoolmate.

As you develop into adulthood, the pain-body matures along with you because it will consistently attract to it more traumatic events that emulate the initial wounding. These subsequent traumas are not any less severe than the initial wounding. They may seem more severe, because you've been suffering for so long, but they aren't. They are only echoes of the trauma that you endured during your primal wound.

For example, let's say that you were abused by a step-father when you were six. This abuse then becomes the primal wounding. Your emotional body (in the right-brain), begins to identify itself with fear, pain, and anxiety. This would be the nascent stage of your pain-body. Then, when you begin school, you will naturally attract to you other "bullies" who will sense your pain-body and detect you as a "victim" of pain. This frequency is a perfect match for the predatory frequency of the bully. It's a hand-in-glove fit.

As you graduate from year to year, going up through middle school and high school, you may continue to attract to you more bullies that will beat you up, either physically or mentally, or both. When you begin your first relationship, you may also attract to you a partner who is psychologically and/or physically abusive as well. When you were six, you were helpless to escape the abuse from your stepfather and so the same dynamic will repeat itself when you enter into a long-term relationship. Even though you have the power to end the relationship, you probably won't -- at least not right away. You may even get married to this abusive person because your pain-body remembers that at needs to (at the very least) suffer through the same period of time that you suffered as a child. The abuse is so completely engrained, your pain-body will want to keep coming back for more pain.

Even when you manage to divorce that abusive person -- if you don't take the time to heal the pain-body -- you may attract yet another person who continues to abuse you, and repeat the early childhood trauma. Taking the time out to heal the pain-body completely is key. It is necessary for your inner peace, physical well-being, and happiness in life. A spiritual counselor can help you to become aware of your primal wound and heal it. Then, instead of asking, "Why does this keep happening to me?" You'll be asking, "What have I done to create this reality?" Personal Life Coach, Jason Lincoln Jeffers, is the founder of The Art of Transformation, a company devoted to teaching Spiritual Enlightenment to the world. His Personal Life Coaching program uniquely combines spiritual wisdom with self transcendence, holistic wellness coaching, life path astrology, pain-body counseling, heart-based manifesting, and relationship coaching.


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