Let Pain Fuel You – Video

   The “relationship” we have with pain is just like the relationship between cat and mice (cat being the pain). It’s something we try to avoid with all costs and no wonder because no one likes pain. Even though we try to run away from it, sometimes it touches us and what we do with that is essential for our future development (you can find here my post about pain and motivation).

   For me, it’s very inspiring to hear people talking about how pain is somehow helpful for our development. There are some interesting thoughts about pain in the video below and I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.

   It’s interesting to see that most of these people talk about pain as a driving force, as a power so it makes sense to refer to it as a fuel. As Tony Robbins says – Pain is mandatory, suffering is optional. What type of pain fuels you?

22 thoughts on “Let Pain Fuel You – Video

  1. Oh boy. Oh body. Body pain fucking sucks. But I’m on a warpath baby. I’m out for revenge and rage and I will kill this bitch (I’m warring against a concept) and I’m incredibly sorry for what might happen, I don’t mean anybody any harm. But people will feel butt hurt about whatever they want anyway

    1. People feel hurt to easy and for almost nothing because of the lack of self knowledge. Good luck with your war! 😀

      1. I’m thinking this should be remembered in history: War of the Words! K kills god by changing the tactics of language. Gnosis? No, knowledge.

  2. The pain of feeling like a square peg in a round hole. I’ve never “fit” anywhere…my driving force comes from trying to find a place to belong.

    1. It seems that relationships are very important to you. Have you ever done things you don’t want to keep certain people in your life?

  3. I love, love, love your writing! I need to turn my pain into a strength. I’ve been working on it, but it’s so hard. I’ve been in constant physical pain for over a year and I’m just now getting used to it and trying to accept it as such. I love your point of view on it. So glad you followed my blog which brought me to yours.

      1. It’s hard, but not impossible. Based on the amount of pain you’ve encountered, just imagine how strong you are and strong you’ll be. The bigger the pain, the stronger you get.

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