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Black Belt Healing: A Martial Artist's Guide to Pain Management and Injury Recovery: Harnessing the Power of the Mind,9780804841245

Black Belt Healing: A Martial Artist's Guide to Pain Management and Injury Recovery: Harnessing the Power of the Mind

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9780804841245

ISBN10:
0804841241
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/10/2010
Publisher(s):
Tuttle Pub
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Summary

The greatest opponent a martial artist will face is pain. This pain might manifest itself in the form of a traumatic injury or in the chronic aches and pains that come with such a highly physical activity. Whether a martial artist can continue his practice may be determined by his ability to cope with injuries and to heal quickly. InBlack Belt Healing, David Nelson uses both his training as a martial artist and his years of incorporating hypnotism as therapy for dealing with painful injuries into a how-to guide for martial artists. Using the layout of a dojo as a metaphor for the workings of the mind, Nelson explains how hypnotism can help a martial artist deal effectively with chronic or severe pain and the weapons that are readily available to anyone for fighting the negative energies of pain.Black Belt Healingalso provides a series of self-guided trances that will help the martial artist invoke their own healing abilities, allowing them to return to the dojo and continue to practice their chosen martial arts discipline.

Author Biography

David Nelson, Ph.D. operates the Broken Bokken Dojo in Shawano, WI. Dr. Nelson holds a Ph.D. in Natural Health from the Clayton College of Natural Health and became lay-ordained in Soto Zen in 1992. Dr. Nelson conducts annual Zen and healing arts retreats for martial artists.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementsp. 7
Forewordp. 9
Introductionp. 11
The Paradox of Painp. 19
The Saimon-jutsu Solutionp. 25
What About Mary?p. 31
Kokoro Kobe Dojop. 35
The Genkanp. 41
Enter the Gatep. 47
Your Mind's Dojop. 53
Pure Raw Potentialp. 65
Please Don't Feed the Bears!p. 71
Barebones Zenp. 75
Anatomy of Hypnosisp. 83
Getting Readyp. 89
Bow Inp. 95
Mokusop. 101
Kengekip. 105
Bow Outp. 113
The Debriefingp. 117
Mokurokup. 123
Weight Lossp. 147
The Way Homep. 155
Appendix
Keeping it Legalp. 157
The Truth about Certificationp. 159
Resources and Recommended Readingp. 160
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