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You can watch it HERE.
Elizabeth discuss the nature of breathing and how it profoundly helps us when we use it consciously. She brings in a few easy breathing practices that you can use to help you in your life to find grounding, steadiness, and open to the inherent healing power in the body.
Maysha Crysup of Stay at Home and Come With Me presents Elizabeth Kipp on “The Power of Story” and how it can affect your healing.
Jan 2021. You can watch it here.
The nature of the story we tell ourselves about our pain experience can make a difference in our ability to heal.
The power of story can influence chronic pain and our ability to heal. Hear me out. I’m not saying that the story is the cause of the pain. And I’m not saying that we don’t need to go below the level of story if we are to heal the pain. And I am not saying that there is anything wrong with our story of pain. I am saying that the nature of the story that we tell ourselves about our pain experience can make a difference in our ability to heal from it. I am saying that we need to understand that whatever our pain story is, it is only a part of the story, and that the story changes.
Captivity is a mentality.
We can be held captive by the story of our pain. It is a thing we can carry. I sure carried it with me. It’s hard to understand how bewildering the concept of freedom is when you have been a prisoner for so long. It’s hard to understand how hard it is to grasp that you even have a choice, that you can act. It’s hard to understand how inconceivable the sun is when you’ve been living in darkness for years.
Herein lies the crux of the matter for those of us when we are caught in the grip of chronic pain:
We must be aware that whatever our story is in the moment is not necessarily a life sentence.
We must open ourselves imagine what may seem utterly impossible at the time. Look at the courage and the extraordinary force it takes to break out of the inertia of being such a prisoner for so long and the action that one must take to change the momentum – the course of one’s trajectory – from the unimaginable to the exquisite knowing of real freedom…. watch the rest HERE.
Life Wisdom Word Search: Yoga for the Brain (September, 2020) – Compiled by Cristina Smith and Rick Smith
Elizabeth Kipp contributed Puzzle #24: The Power to Heal.
Boost your health and happiness through the power of positive play.
Discover goodies galore to enjoy inside. Insightful inspiring stories. Secret messages. Brain training fun. Positive affirmations to help make your life better. Chicken soup for your brain and heart, Life Wisdom Word Search invites you to play!
Who would have thought that practicing mental yoga, turbocharging creativity, and empowering personal mastery could be so much fun? Featuring life wisdom messages from sixty extraordinary authors from ages seven to ninety-four, these sixty puzzles make every page both a challenge to be solved and a meditation for self-realization.
It gets even better! Once all words are found, a hidden message is revealed–a powerful, wise quote to affirm each author’s story. Plus, find fascinating facts and enlightening insights inside, providing tasty food for thought.
This book can help you:
- Stay sharp with a more flexible brain.
- Bring more peace and happiness into your life with inspiring, mindful messages.
- Reduce the risk of early onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
- Have fun with a purpose.
Both a profound philosophy and fun puzzle book, Life Wisdom Word Search is yoga for the brain that stretches your mind, nourishes your soul, and touches your heart.
Complete the sixty puzzles inside. In the process, discover that you have also solved the most important puzzle of all…you!
“Yoga for the Brain is inspirational, relevant, and fun! The puzzles are challenging in a good way, and the messages are insightful and meaningful. It’s well worth your time. I highly recommend it to everyone looking for something uniquely uplifting. It provides an all-around positive experience anyone can benefit from. The books encompass food for thought and food for the soul!” — Brenda Krueger Huffman, Publisher, Women’s Voices Magazine
“While I’ve never actually heard the term ‘yoga for the brain’ before, it makes total sense. This book easily fulfills the mental and spiritual aspects of a Yoga practice. So much more than a puzzle book, the fun facts, history, and education lining the pages make Yoga for the Brain books a unique treasure. I highly recommend it for an entertaining and enlightening experience!” — Sheri Hoyte for “Reader Views”
The Wellness Universe Guide to Complete Self-Care: 25 Tools for Stress Relief (November, 2020) – Compiled by Anna Pereira
The chapter Elizabeth Kipp contributed is Chapter 24: Forgiveness: How to Transcend Resentment and Live in Peace.
…it might be the world’s biggest issue in terms of health and wellness.
This book offers 25 tools from experts in mind, body, soul, and spirit health and wellness to guide you. Along with their personal stories of transformation you’ll have a section in each chapter where you’ll be taught a practical tool you can begin today.
Maybe there’s something you haven’t learned yet that could change everything?
You’ll feel the relief and surprise as you move through these powerful pages…
…because everyone deserves to feel hope and empowerment.
Learn about meditation, nutrition, gratitude practices, healing toxic relationships, mental de-cluttering, emotional mastery, forgiveness, and so many more life-changing modalities.
Here are some reviews of this book:
– Shari Alyse – Best-Selling Author, Motivational Speaker & Joy Expert
In many wisdom traditions, it is said that it takes 40 days to break a habit, 90 days to establish a new habit, 120 days to integrate the new habit into your being, and 1000 days to master the new habit.
With this journal, “90 Paths to Inner Peace,” you have the opportunity to incorporate some new ideas into your life around living beyond chronic pain.
It can even be said that, when you have completed this 90-day journal, you might even find that you have shifted into a thriving life with a higher degree of vibrancy and zeal.
This beautiful journal is for you to use as a way of discovery helping you find value in the presence of each moment of your day and your life. This journal offers you the ability to track the transformation that will naturally occur as you work your way through these ninety days.
Here’s a review of Path to Inner Peace: A 90-Day Journal:
Elizabeth, the Journal is gorgeous! Such lovely artwork, and the gentle guidance of what to look at is very helpful for people who can’t figure out where to start. This is Inspired and Creative and very Useful.
Thank you! 🙏🏻❤️ 💃🏻
The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power is a book by Elizabeth Kipp for chronic pain sufferers and those who care for them: doctors, nurses, family members, and friends. It offers proven techniques to clear pain and live a life free from suffering, from a former chronic pain sufferer who searched the globe for answers – and found them.
Elizabeth lived with chronic pain for over four decades until she learned nonpharmaceutical techniques to clear it and live a life free from suffering. These techniques work because chronic pain significantly changes the brain. Only by addressing those changes can healing occur.
What you will learn in this book:
- In this enlightening book, Elizabeth shares those techniques and her experiences and insights using then as she healed. You will learn:
- How chronic stress and our reaction to it contribute to chronic pain – and how to change your behavior to alleviate it.
- Proven methods that help heal chronic pain, including a healthy mindset, focus, mindfulness, Ancestral Clearing, meditation, and breath work,
- The critical elements for healthy self-care, including a daily practice.
Praise for The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power:
“Elizabeth takes us on a rare journey through the mind of a scientist. As a trained academic she presents a scientific study of herself through her years of traumas, addictions, and suffering. We are invited to join her on a study of the anatomy and physiology of a miracle.” – From the Foreword by Guru Prem Khalsa, Yoga Therapist and Somatic Healer
“This is the story of how life creates an authentic and powerful healer, and its lessons are germane to all of us… especially those who suffer from chronic pain or those who love those who suffer from chronic pain. This amazing woman has not only walked through a life that may be unimaginable to most of us, she has come out the other side smiling… and sharing her trailblazing wisdom with humility and grace.” – Brian Garrison., Yoga teacher and Recovery Coach
“Elizabeth Kipp has written an amazing book to help you find tools, forgiveness and empowerment through chronic pain. If you’re struggling with any kind of pain, you will want to get this book. She is on the cutting edge of this topic and has helped me tremendously with emotional pain. She’s an excellent writer too, a Kundalini yoga teacher and a brilliant scientist. Her light is unstoppable, and her story is so inspirational.” – Lana Maree Haas, Massage Therapist, Reiki Master, Sound Healer
“Elizabeth’s book is wonderful and will be a huge help to those suffering from chronic pain and their families and caretakers. And her lyrical voice just pulls you along!” – Robyn Fritz, Columnist, OM Times Media
You can read more book reviews for The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power here.
Today we are here with Elizabeth Kipp, who is an author. She is a health facilitator regarding, you know, stress, chronic pain management, addiction recovery, meditation, yoga, ancestral clearing. I mean, she is so well versed in healing arts. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree. So, it’s not just the woo-woo that she does. She did. She incorporates and integrates both sides to take people from their painful lives and help them. So, she has written a book called The Way Through Chronic Pain Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power. Sept. 25, 2020. https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/create-a-new/ep-16-with-elizabeth-kipp-_93EhSktXsz/
Elizabeth [00:02:55] Specializing in chronic pain. I’m really focused all on all the things I do are focused on the chronic pain audience. There’s a lot of us and most of us don’t know even what that is. They don’t we don’t realize we have chronic pain, but we do.
Ari [00:13:02] We’re getting agreed. OK. We’re getting agreement. Good. So now imagine that that heat is producing an inflammatory response, which is then causing your nervous system to go huh. Something’s going on here. What’s going on? I better send some signals to some brain chemistry to start sending things to check that out. Immune response. All of a sudden, the immune response goes. There is some heat here, we got to cool this down. Let’s do our thing to heal whatever’s going on. So I’m bringing attention to a body part that has an issue, whether you knew about the issue or not. And now that heat is causing an inflammatory and a chemical response in the area. And this is how I began the process of bridging the gaps between science and science, medicine and woo woo alternative and a great breakdown.
Elizabeth [00:17:21] And there were 20 of us in the room to some just say you says, what are you doing to cause your pain? What are you doing to contribute to your pain? What are you doing? To contribute to the pain is how you put it. And that’s what I said.
Elizabeth [00:20:58] I went and had the train, first training I could get to, and I became its ancestral clean plantation practitioner right out as fast as I could because it was so powerful. It was amazing, you know. Yeah. So words are powerful. Prayer is powerful. It’s very specific. And and I could get into it, you know, on another time. But I do teach this stuff now, and it’s amazing.
Ari [00:21:22] Absolutely. You know, one of the things that as a therapist that I studied a lot of is somatic responses to trauma and how the emotional trauma is stored in the body.
Ari [00:21:43] And I do a lot of work with. Emotional release through somatic trauma. So somatic therapy, so, you know, I know that you do as well.
Elizabeth [00:29:20] Oh, we have to do the work. Ari. We have to do our own work on it. I don’t just do the work. I’m in the work. I do the work.
Ari [00:29:29] So this is, you know, for for other practitioners. And, you know, even if you’re a person who has a family member or a friend who is going through stuff for the trauma, the trauma that the person who holds the trauma.
Ari [00:43:31] Yeah. No, absolutely. I’m a science geek. You’ll you’ll find me in a corner for fifteen hours researching scientific papers because I started with one and I said, oh, I don’t understand this part. Let me go look at that. I don’t understand this part. Let me go look at that. Oh, I don’t understand this. Let me go look at it versus gone by and I don’t know where I am or who I am or what I’ve done. All I know is I’m filled with all this new information that I could then take and put to the side and use for some really awesome podcast conversation.