I just started reading this book and I thought it may be helpful to other people who are dealing with pain: https://www.amazon.com/Brains-Way-Healing-Remarkable-Discoveries/dp/014198080X The story I am on right now is about people who had real, serious skeletal injuries which resulted in chronic pain for over 10 years. They were able to heal from pain using brain re-wiring techniques, such as visualization. Interesting that nothing has changed in the their physically damaged spines, legs etc. What lies in the center of it is the concept of neuroplasticity or plasticity of the brain. I think about it a lot, is our TMS work just another way of re-wiring our brains? The book is written more from a neuroscience approach, and it helps to explains things in TMS theory that remained mystery to me four years into my knowledge of TMS. I, honestly, could never buy into the concept of a limited supply of oxygen causing pain which was Dr. Sarno's hypothesis. But it was made 50 years ago, before all the advances that neuroscience made in the past 50 years, neuroplasticity being one of them. Until recently, modern medicine believed that brain cannot change in the adulthood. Each one of us who was able to successfully heal from their pain, is an evidence of the opposite. Anyway, see for yourself if this book helps in your healing journey.