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using your mind to change your pain


The Positive Imagery Training exercise is a collaborative process centred around a thirteen point questionnaire. It includes


changing your pain

distancing yourself from your pain

coping techniques

focussing on a future point

functional goals and

motor imagery

The exercise aims to create a sense of safety in the body.  This stems from Mosely and Butler’s definition of pain, as being when:

the perception of danger in our body is greater than our perception of safety.


From here we will create a guided meditation that I will record for you.

You will be encouraged to listen to this recording at least three times a week for up to eight weeks. I will send you a weekly text or email reminder to persevere with the process.

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