Have you ever had a leg cramp while swimming or in the middle of the night? If you have, you know how painful it is.
Your muscle suddenly locks, sending a fiery wave of pain from your leg to your brain.
There’s nothing you can do in the moment but roll around in agony, trying to massage the muscle back into looseness.
Once it does, then you can enjoy the dull, stabbing ache that replaces the intense burning.
It’s dangerous while swimming, though thankfully it’s only hit me in a pool. It’s not too hard to drag yourself to the side and wait it out.
It’s frustrating while sleeping. What a way to wake up in the middle of the night, huh? It’s like being stabbed with a hot blade. Try getting back to sleep after that.
The last time a leg cramp hit me, I was deep asleep.
Then suddenly, I wasn’t.
Totally asleep to all-too-conscious in a fraction of a second.
I quickly realised what was happening – this wasn’t my first rodeo. And, before I could wrap my mind around it, I decided I didn’t want this.
So I released it.
The pain stopped instantly.
The muscle relaxed soon after.
And I went back to sleep with a smile on my face.
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It’s easy enough, once you’ve read Everyday Hypnosis. That humble guide holds the key to a lot of your mental power.
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