Subtracting Insult from Injury

A Buddheo-Christian Art of Transmuting Pain

by Dr. Alan Cooper D.C.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/27/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 166
ISBN : 9781504397230
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Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 166
ISBN : 9781504397223
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Page Count : 166
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About the Book

When a bear, eagle, whale, elephant, camel, and other creatures experience pain, they react sanely. Instead of getting hysterical, they find a safe, calm place to heal and be gently settled, which fosters their natural restorative, pain-relieving endorphins and potent immune stimulators to be released into their bloodstreams. Without a pharmacy, medical clinic, hospital, surgeon, or psychotherapist, they instinctively lay still and start to heal. Humans, on the other hand, add to their anguish by entering a fight, fright, or flight mode, which should only be reserved for life-or-death moments. We spook ourselves and compound the problem at hand by thinking things such as: • Crap always happens to me. God must hate me. • I bet this pain in my armpit is cancer. • These pains will never go away. I’m just a loser. • If they force me into less pain meds, I can’t make it. Break free from those thoughts and discover an endorphin paradise with the insights in this pain-relieving guide. Dr. Alan Cooper explores why humanity has lost its natural pain-abating ability and how trusting our guts—literally—can help us overcome our fears, pains, and personal traumas to heal ourselves.


About the Author

Dr. Alan Cooper is a practicing Doctor Of Chiropractic, Chronic Pain Specialist, and Medical Hypnotherapist. In this, his latest book, Cooper first caresses those presently plagued by the opiate epidemic, before challenging us all in the final analysis to behold clues Buddha and Christ planted to clear our last impediment to enlightenment; our erroneous dualistic resentment of pain.