REVIEWS FOR “The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power” BOOK:
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2020
“This book is a must-read for anyone on the healing journey after trauma. It provides important information about pharmaceutical drugs and the nervous system. A well written, beautiful balance between science and spirituality. It provides practical steps and an invitation to seek your connection to a higher power and is the perfect guide on how to support your body to heal itself.”
“Chronic pain is not just physical, it is emotional, spiritual and psychic. It comes from generations past and live loudly in the present, instead of the present, if not addressed. Kip has written a book to lead us from being overwhelmed by the past and an [imagined] painful future to give us the Blessing of the Now. This book is filled with information lovingly detailed through personal experience and laid out in a way that is easy to follow. Kipp develops the theme from giving us a glimpse of the destination: The Healing Field, and then develops the path we can take in a clear concise manner. The sections at the back remind us of the tools she has given us through the book, a handy reference guide. Just start with the beginning Blessing and you will know what “promises” this path can deliver. She leads the way, we do the work. It is worth it. We are worth it.” – Kyczy Hawk, Author
Cyrus Webb Top 500 Amazon Reviewer
“I’ve known people over the years who have not just dealt with what seemed like debilitating illness and chronic pain but constant unrest as well. Finding relief is the ultimate goal, and with THE WAY THROUGH CHRONIC PAIN author Elizabeth R. Kipp shares not just what can keep us stuck when it comes to pain and how getting into the flow of life can lead to healing.
I love how she takes us back to the place where this pain might have begun, even reminding us that those who came before us didn’t have the ability or take the time to figure out what was causing them trauma. Things can be different for us, and that is what Elizabeth shares in the book. We can choose to get out of our heads and realize that by getting in the flow of life we can better cope with what comes our way.
Lots of practical tips are in this book, and though sometimes it might lead to seeing a professional you might be surprised at just how much you can benefit yourself by just becoming more mindful and not allowing the pressures of the world to paralyze you.
Practical in its approach and easy to read—full of opportunities for us to do a self-check—this is the kind of resource we can keep on hand for ourselves and share with others.”
“This book is not just for chronic pain sufferers! Elizabeth R. Kipp guides us through a number of practical actions to help deal with and resolve whatever may be holding us back in life, whether chronic pain, depression or emotional blockages. I love this book for its straightforward openness and simplicity, it’s definitely a great read for anyone interested in their own well-being and of those in their care!” – J Mac
“Elizabeth’s words and experience speak to me like no other chronic pain book I have ever read.
As I read the book a second time, I realize this book is poetry that speaks to me in a way no other book on chronic pain has.
Just ordered 2 more copies to share.”
“A chronic pain sufferer myself, I thought I knew it all, but Kipp’s book shows you how to get through to the other side of it. Yes, you have to work at it, but you have to work at anything great in your life. With great empathy and deep personal experience with chronic pain, the author shows you how to change your thinking, and your life, to be free from it. Read it and apply it! I have a copy of this book, and I actually worked on it as an editor with the author, and I’d still buy it! Impressive, moving, and a great contribution to the solution to a condition that affects millions.”
– Robyn Fritz, Columnist, OM Times Media
“This loving chronicle of healing from chronic pain is extraordinary. Kipp shares her personal experience and deep understanding of the complexity of living with pain. It is an empowering experience to read “The Way Through Chronic Pain”, even for those who do not live with physical pain, as she presents tools for living a life of self-healing for all. This well-written book is a necessary tool kit for recovery, healing and living well.”
– Anna Penenberg, Author
“I don’t have physical chronic pain but find this book incredibly relevant and immediately helpful for my chronic mental and psychological discomfort. So far, as I read it by opening it up randomly, it seems she has gathered together, coherently, information I have seen over decades, as well as the newly re-discovered science behind old wisdom. But there is a kindness, too, and an appeal to be gentle with ourselves. Organized, AND kind! A guidebook for me.”
“This is an incredible book. If you’ve suffered for years with any kind of pain (be it mental, physical, spiritual, or emotional), you qualify to benefit from the breakthrough mentality this book offers. If you’ve suffered with any kind of addiction, this book is a gift. Thank you, Elizabeth Kipp. Thank you for validating the chronic pain sufferer and offering a way through: a breakthrough.”
– Marcella Gannon
“This book has been helpful to me and I highly recommend it to anyone who has chronic pain of any kind. Elizbeth is a testament to healing the body, mind, and soul. Really – do yourself a favor and order the book. I guarantee you will find some valuable tools for getting your best self back!”
– M. Donovan, Wisconsin, Licensed Practical Nurse
“I’m reading “The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power” by Elizabeth Kipp. It has helped me to approach an old, seemingly intractable problem in a new way and has given my hope where I didn’t think it was possible.
I am really impressed with how accessible Elizabeth has made a very complex subject. I was skeptical before I read it because, having done a fair bit of research on the subject, I expected it to be dry, detailed, technical information that would be difficult to get into. It reads very easily – and I know it will be a valuable reference for me to reread again in the future.”
– Debbie Perret, Physiotherapist, Surrey Memorial Hospital, British Columbia, Canada
“The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power” is so relevant for the whole recovery community and anyone on a path of self- evolution. Thank you for putting this out into the world.”
– Kirstin Gourlay, Recovery Coach, Owner, RISE Wellness, Phuket, Thailand
“After reading stacks of books on chronic pain, I can tell you without a doubt that you can just go straight to Elizabeth Kipp and “The Way Through Chronic Pain.” You can trust that she knows what she’s talking about! And don’t forget to tell your friends!”
– Sue Zinck, Nurse, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
This book addresses a need that is profound on many levels.
– Jay Remer, President, CHCO-TV and The Etiquette Guy, New Brunswick, Canada
“This book I highly recommend <3”
Tracy Rose, Watson, ACT, Australia
“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.”
– 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
I just finished reading your book chronic pain. Wow! It was incredible, Elizabeth. Thank you for sharing your story and all the practices that you have learned and put into practice to change your life. I will definitely refer to this book on my journey. So beautifully written. 💓 blessings 🙏 from this grateful heart.
-Kelly Sorah, Yoga Instructor and Certified Yoga 12-Step Recovery space holder, Toledo, Ohio
“I highly recommend this excellent book!”
– Susan Elaine D’Atri, Toronto, Canada