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  • My Story

    My pain history goes back to 1993 when I was 18 years old and my father wanted me to pass the engineering exam. I did not want to be pushed into it. So, back pain. The backpain came gradually. It did not cripple me but only restricted my movements, not like now when it makes me spell C.R.I.P.P.L.E. with tears. hahahahaha But yeah, there was backpain and it almost vanished in thin air when, after months of suffering, an old yoga teacher assured me it will be okay. I just needed someone to stand by me, tell me I'm okay and he's with me. That cured me. I can see it now. I did not see it then when yoga was the magic drug. Then, it came and went on and off. In 2010, i felt the real TMS and L3-L4 detected. I accepted pain as part of life. In 2017 someone introduced me to Dr. Sarno. Pain went away.

    I'm 43. Life is at a crossroads of a very important event in my career. That is when pain is back. It started first as a simple stiffness in the back. Quickly developed into lower backache. Then, when I played Divided Mind on audio, the pain slipped from back to right leg and has been there for four days. I'm functional. I can work. I know this is TMS. I can feel in my blood and palms when there is stress or rage or resentment. After suffering it so much, I have started to see it. But hey, the pain is not going. I need someone I could talk to.

    People around me have similar symptoms but they are not ready to accept the concept of TMS. That lack of understanding is a bigger pain than tho.
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jun 22, 1975 (Age: 45)
    Location:
    Mumbai, India
    Occupation:
    Screenwriter
    Introduction:
    I'm not a robot, trust me. hahahahaha... I wonder if there would be robots, coming one day to find a way into this site because somewhere in their deep structure the leg or back motors are not getting enough electricity and they feel pain.

    I"m Nakul. You can call me Na. I have a back problem which I first encountered in 93. It kept coming and going but now the dragon has found evolved and is troubling me.
    Diagnoses:
    I have back pain. It is TMS. It cannot be anything else. I know I have more rage to fuel a small star. I see it now. There was a MRI about 8 years ago. Something like L3-L4 or something, I don't remember. It never helped.
    My pain history goes back to 1993 when I was 18 years old and my father wanted me to pass the engineering exam. I did not want to be pushed into it. So, back pain. The backpain came gradually. It did not cripple me but only restricted my movements, not like now when it makes me spell C.R.I.P.P.L.E. with tears. hahahahaha But yeah, there was backpain and it almost vanished in thin air when, after months of suffering, an old yoga teacher assured me it will be okay. I just needed someone to stand by me, tell me I'm okay and he's with me. That cured me. I can see it now. I did not see it then when yoga was the magic drug. Then, it came and went on and off. In 2010, i felt the real TMS and L3-L4 detected. I accepted pain as part of life. In 2017 someone introduced me to Dr. Sarno. Pain went away.

    I'm 43. Life is at a crossroads of a very important event in my career. That is when pain is back. It started first as a simple stiffness in the back. Quickly developed into lower backache. Then, when I played Divided Mind on audio, the pain slipped from back to right leg and has been there for four days. I'm functional. I can work. I know this is TMS. I can feel in my blood and palms when there is stress or rage or resentment. After suffering it so much, I have started to see it. But hey, the pain is not going. I need someone I could talk to.

    People around me have similar symptoms but they are not ready to accept the concept of TMS. That lack of understanding is a bigger pain than tho.