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Day 6 Day 6 and Plantar Fasciitis

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by bobdds, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. bobdds

    bobdds New Member

    Been reading and working the educational program and am surprised at what I am learning. My past experience, with back pain disappearing leaves me with great confidence in the ultimate outcome. I have been telling my brain that I know where the foot pain comes from, holding the brain out there for examination. I have been walking top straight, with out limping or protecting that foot. I went to the gym for the first time in some weeks as the podiatrist told me to avoid further injury. So I went cause the pain is not from an injury to my foot. The foot is painful today, the day after. I have other sore muscles, and am thinking the foot also has under used a used there for sore muscles following a vigorous workout? Is there reason to believe otherwise? Thanks for who make this forum such a valuable resource.
     
  2. Walt Oleksy

    Walt Oleksy Beloved Grand Eagle

    Hi, bobdds.

    I'm glad you've been reading and working the SEP and are learning from it. Your symptoms are "just" from TMS and
    you are bound to feel some recurrence of pain after the workout yesterday. Your muscles were not being used enough before
    and you gave them a good workout. The pain will subside and you will keep feeling better.

    But keep working on your TMS repressed emotions and/or perfectionist and "goodist" personality. That's where the pain
    comes from and, when you think about and come to peace with that, you will heal completely.

    And don't worry about your pain. Believe totally in TMS and put happy thoughts and activities into each day.
     
  3. bobdds

    bobdds New Member

    Thats great news..and kind of what I thought. And I am feeling changes in pain every hour it seems. Not surprisingly the pain tries to pop up in new places and with different intensity. so glad to know about TMS and thanks for the support.
     
  4. bobdds

    bobdds New Member

    Just doing day 8 writing assignment. I read some more of Nicole Sachs book. It helped to have her guidance to give some direction to the assignment. I thought I knew myself better than I do!
     
  5. Walt Oleksy

    Walt Oleksy Beloved Grand Eagle

    When we journal or write the SEP exercises we do some internal soul searching which helps us discover our repressed emotions
    that cause us TMS pain. I think you know yourself but needed to spend more time thinking about yourself, past and present.
    The SEP really gets us thinking and that leads to healing. Sachs is wonderful, too!
     

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