Patrick Timpone

Pain, Pain Go Away

How we create all pain; techniques to resolve it, physically and emotionally

Our make believe self, also known as the ego, mistakenly creates all the pain in our body.

Each time we spend time entertaining ideas that are out of balance with God’s love a pain morsel is set in the body.

As we continue building on this behavior this engram may builds into sever conditions such as sciatica or Irritable bowel syndrome.

It is extremely difficult if not rare to solve the pain long term with simply using physical medicines, natural or otherwise

Pain medication, especially the hard core type makes it virtually impossible to permanently heal the pain

It is much the same for emotional pain between two as the problem is we believe we are two and not one

When we use a thought to manipulate or stop the pain, the pain gets worse, as the pain is the original thought.

The more we resist the pain the more it persists.

'Patrick Timpone | How We Create Pain; Techniques to Resolve It, Physically and Emotionally | July 31, 2023' have 9 comments

  1. August 2, 2023 @ 4:22 am Andrea


    I donated to your recently funding drive as I SO appreciate all that you do.
    I hope you post my commentary…prior to your recent famine on money coming in from referring products, you’d taken the position, often, that younger people shouldn’t get loan or student loan forgiveness.

    Part of the reason there’s so much tension between the older and younger generations is that people like you just haven’t gotten it and don’t want to. You grew up when economic times were easier, some of the best ever. For younger folks, everything has been more challenging and expensive, period (education, housing, food, transportation, employers wanting credentials for jobs that can be taught on the job, etc). Instead of exploring policies like NAFTA, you go into this “I created my reality” schtick. As engaging and eye opening as your shows and guests are, I’ve always found it wildly int interesting that you don’t consider one can take personal responsibility and not fall into victim mode while concurrently acknowledging how the cards may be stacked against them. Indeed, I think it can be empowering to understand how certain forces can hinder one so one can become wiser and strategic.

    God bless comrade and hopefully you can get a glimpse what the young are having to deal with.


    • August 4, 2023 @ 5:36 pm patrick

      I don’t get how the cards are stacked against younger folks. I think the loan forgiveness thing is bad because it is political and left leaning loonies in office are going to forgive student loans because they want them to vote for them next election. Which they do cause college kids are liberal.

      do you really think just forgiving loans like the student loans teach anything but bad behavior. Also, that doesn’t really matter what you agreed to do, the government will take care of you. Of course most, including you as it sounds, don’t understand the government is the people. Where does the money come from? They borrow it and we worker bees pay for it with taxes. This is communism, which I will not support. If you had a bit more experience you may better understand how money works


  2. August 6, 2023 @ 1:59 pm Andrea


    You still don’t get it as brilliant as you are. You recently had to be bailed out by your brother and supporters because One Radios business model has changed.

    The student loan problem was created by the government to begin with. Many colleges and universities could overprice classes (and associated products and services) precisely because they knew money was guaranteed and coming from government…and that student loan debt wasn’t dischargeable. The question shouldn’t be whether debt should be forgiven…the questions should be why is college so expensive, why aren’t companies investing in on the job training, why does one need expensive texts every year, how does a young person starting their life with extraordinary debt affect the broader economy, why do we assume a formal education is more important than real life experience, etc.

    I don’t support communism or more loonies in government but it’s ignorant to act like young people were not I’ll advised. We the people have to do a better job raising young people and teaching them about money.


  3. August 6, 2023 @ 2:10 pm Andrea

    P.S. I have a successful small business AND yes, I very much have had to get wise about how money works. I feel tremendous compassion for the generation after me that has been so poorly advised and miseducated as they look to teachers, their communities, and elders for wisdom and advise. Mistakes and poor choices happen, particularly when one is young. It’s so beyond short sighted and uncompassionate to blame the young who do, in fact, have regrets and learn better.


  4. August 6, 2023 @ 2:32 pm Andrea

    Gosh, young people these days…what do they know!
    Let’s remember to blame them though.


    • August 15, 2023 @ 10:46 pm Jordan


      You’re not going to change Patrick’s mind, so don’t. He has zero compassion for younger people. Great thinker AND love his contributions but he’s not going to get it. That’s just how many of the boomers are. Life changes. Instead of blaming each other or hoping for empathy, better to just do what you can and appreciate people for who they are.

      To your point, it’s the young that are probably going to feel the pinch more. That doesn’t mean anyone’s asking for college debt forgiveness…far from it. The loonies frame the discussion.


      • August 16, 2023 @ 12:34 am patrick

        I am not blaming the young generation for anything. The point is that when you agree to do something, like pay for a loan, you should do everything to do what you agreed to do. IMO, this Biden debt forgiveness was not about peeps who couldn’t afford to make payments it is a socialist action to get people to vote for you. Who do you think these young folks will vote for in 2024? Why? And no one forced them to go to college. It was their choice.

        And one of the great scourges on humanity is making people weaker by getting them more dependent on government. And this is exactly what they are doing. I want these kids to grow up and do good stuff for themselves.

        When you encourage less personal responsibility, it is a spiritual violation.


  5. August 16, 2023 @ 10:04 am Anna

    Please interview some younger people. We Do take personal responsibility–for the corruption of government & the boomers that seem to care about no one but themselves.

    Younger people are NOT gullible & hoping for big-daddy government to support us. There have been many protests from Grad students-+protesting for living wages/salaries and using unions to bargain.
    Please Patrick, have more people on than Atom,etc.


  6. September 23, 2023 @ 11:11 pm Halleva

    I for one found this particular episode very informative. It well resonated with me and I found that it contained much good advice on how to navigate through this crazy world that we live in.


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