lundi 15 octobre 2012

Transformer la douleur!

Je voulais vous faire partager un document qui explique très bien comment on peut apprendre à gérer la douleur (douleurs physiques comme les migraines, le mal de dos mais aussi douleurs morales)  selon la Méthode Grinberg.

Désolée, c'est encore en anglais...

C'est un document pdf donc je  l'ai mis donc sur un site pour le stocker et qu'il vous soit accessible. Pour le lire,  cliquez ICI.

Par rapport à ce sujet de la douleur, vous pouvez également lire cet ARTICLE  que j'ai déjà publié.

Et si vous voulez apprendre, venez me rencontrer! Vous pouvez me contacter par mail pour prendre un RDV : kateblog (a)

Voici l'introduction de ce document que je ne peux résister à ajouter parce que c'est vraiment intéressant :

Pain is one of the most powerful forces to act on us; it is integral to our daily existence, a part of what it is to be human. It may be the greatest struggle that we face in life and is very often a significant factor in defining our behavior and experience. But it is also a power that increases our awareness, being an essential motivator in how we learn, evolve, adapt, create, find new solutions to difficulties and problems or learn from mistakes. It adds to our humanity, giving depth, humility and a sense of mortality; life becomes precious, because pain reminds us that it can, and will, be lost. 

The Grinberg Method approaches pain as an experience that happens within the scope of our attention. It calls for urgency indicating that the body requires attention, a change or has a need, and is thus necessary for survival and existence. Pain acts as a border that we should not exceed, showing us the limits beyond which we would die or injure ourselves. Being a part of the body’s effort to heal itself, it is a necessary and natural experience of the body. 

Pain can be the result of an injury, appear as a constantly aching back, recurring headaches, hurting knees and the like, and can also be experienced as the pain of failure, loss or separation. When pain is short-lived and passes quickly, we experience it but do not suffer. However, if pain is recurring, persistent and never-ending, it causes suffering. It then deeply affects our lives in terms of well-being, from our ability to rest and relax, to our capacity to work, enjoy recreational activities, maintain and develop relationships with people around us and more. 

It is of no wonder that culturally, pain is mostly regarded as an enemy, and we are generally unwilling to experience it. Although each of us will have our own particular style, the act will always be to direct attention away from pain; becoming busy with something else, reducing our breathing and contracting our muscles in an attempt not to feel the pain. We force our body into set postures, responses and attitudes, and shape our attention to exclude it from our experience. Mostly, we are unaware that this is what we are doing, as it is so automatic and habitual, sometimes for many years, and we do not know that there is the possibility of choosing to react differently. 
The Grinberg Method practices a methodology of attention; it correlates the suffering that results from long-term pain with the static way in which we relate to it and the efforts we invest in trying to avoid it. Thus, it teaches people to increase and focus their attention on their bodies – develop their body attention - and as a result, gain control over the automatic way of reacting to pain through and with their body. Although often we are not responsible for the causes of our pain, and cannot be blamed for the situation, we can be responsible for the way we respond to the existence of pain in our lives. Instead of a repetitive response, which entrenches the experience, the Grinberg Method suggests that through a change of attitude, and by applying our will and attention, we can transform the experience of pain. The methodology does not seek to heal, fix or erase pain, but aims to reduce the suffering caused by it, which can many times lead to the disappearance of pain, as the body can then heal itself. 
This booklet seeks to share the view of the Grinberg Method about the way we can learn to transform pain using our attention. The methodology is applied in one-on-one processes, workshops and group activities. 

Méthode Grinberg Paris, Méthode Grinberg 75012,  Grinberg Method, Méthode Grinberg 75011,  Méthode Grinberg 75020,  Méthode Grinberg 75019, 
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