Chronic pain is so complex with many facets; some of which we are just beginning to understand. What makes it even more difficult to understand is that each individual feels pain differently and oftentimes respond to medical treatments and therapies in paradoxical ways (me included!). Prayer and reflection can help quiet the mind, which may otherwise be over stimulated with pain signals that perpetually cycle without ceasing. It can also help provide the guidance to nurture self esteem and relationships with loved ones. Five healing prayers with reflective wisdom that portray different perspectives give insight to the person who lives with pain and to the loved ones who support them. I pray this book provides the solace you need to commune with the Heavenly Father. Share this book with your loved one and peruse the pages together over a cup of warm tea. Discuss the wisdom that unfolds within these pages, and see if you gain a greater understanding of yourselves.
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