CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: What makes you feel GREAT?

Did you really think that you would get away with just feeling GOOD? As a member of CureTinnitus.org? Pullleaaaase!!!

[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]What makes you feel GREAT? I mean GREAT!

For me, there are some private things that make me feel great. There’s also helping others. Feeling worthwhile. Knowing that I am doing good. Really letting loose on the dance floor. Composing and then conducting musical pieces…I mean, that is a pretty cool feeling. It’s really the moment of transfer, when I give a musician their part, that really makes me feel great. Conducting a good concert. Making an audience feel somehow relieved, happy, and just better. Giving an audience a real “experience.”

Oooh, also, a job well done, and winning prizes, and getting gifts and really good food.

How about you? What makes you feel GREAT?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: What makes you feel GOOD?

What makes you feel GOOD?[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

For me, it’s time at the park with my daughter. Time to exercise. Reading about and applying advances in dietary knowledge. Having a really good beer. Laughing with friends. Being in touch with friends around the world. Walking in nature. Lifting stuff (I actually like heavy lifting, not every day or all the time, but there’s something about lifting things that I like).

OK, your list just might not be as odd, so why not write it down or think about it for a while?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Many people who recover from tinnitus (in whole or in part) wind up grateful for having had it

Many people who recover from tinnitus (in whole or in part) wind up grateful for having had it, how can you be one of them?[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

Are you already grateful for your tinnitus? Why are you “better” because of having tinnitus? On my end, I’m more spiritually aware, much more compassionate, healthier, and somehow a whole lot “tougher.”

Editor’s note: this post is a good candidate for videos and snippets from people I’ve interviewed.

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Spread the word about CureTinnitus.org

Can you help us spread the word?[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

Your help could be the difference between the medical community languishing in pessimistic “tinnitus is incurable” rhetoric, and the more scientifically accurate “tinnitus suffers can be helped” vantage point. People with tinnitus who create a recovery plan that includes body work, psychological help, and general health tend to get better.

“You can get better” is a more accurate and positive message than “donate now, we’re searching for a cure for you.” So, let us know if we’ve missed any organizations, and get on the horn and tell them about us.

Also, even if you are skeptical, ask your friends, doctors, and tinnitus groups to evaluate CureTinnitus.org. We are here to be checked out, evaluated, critiqued, and improved! Keep it friendly, and we will be happy to receive your feedback.

List of Tinnitus Contacts who Have Received an Open Letter from CureTinnitus.org

Better yet, join us today!

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Tinnitus and Financial Commitments

How do you act about money, financial commitments, and “getting a good deal?” [private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

Do you squeeze every single last drop out of every purchase you make? Or do you over-deliver to your clients or employers to the point of hurting yourself?

What happens to you when you think about financial commitments?

Do you feel that people should be paid fairly for their work? Do you allow yourself to be paid fairly? Do you work way too many hours for too little pay? Do you feel like there is no way out for you financially, kind of like you might feel like there is no way out of the tinnitus?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Setting up a support network that you can "let go" into

Hiya [private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse][firstname],

How’s it going with your tinnitus? Does it bother you or cause you stress? Does is act up according to factors that you can track (whenever you talk to so and so, when you go to the job you don’t like, when you try to resolve issue X, etc.)? Do you notice when it’s better and when it’s worse?

Do you have a support network that helps you relax and heal, or does your life stress you out? Specifically, have you built up a network that causes you to focus on suffering, or do you have friends, partners, doctors, therapists, and healing practitioners around you that help you be happy and let go?

Here is a quick excerpt from Julian Cowan Hill’s eBook Tinnitus: From Tyrant to Friend, How to let go of Ringing in your ears (which is a part of the CureTinnitus Community Initial Package):

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Core Issue 9: Letting go into support.

If tinnitus is all about letting go, then you need to build up a support network around you to let go into. You can’t let go into nothing. It is so much harder to let go by yourself. Once you find the right kind of support, then you can start to let go in earnest. This is a process which takes time, and slowly, important changes start to take place. To put it another way, all the important changes tend to happen slowly over a period of time. Quick fixes bring short-term relief, which is great, but nonetheless, are still short-term.
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Building a real support network around you is essential for your good health. A wonderful part of such a network is joining the CureTinnitus.org Community Online.

Best wishes and I hope to be able to greet you as a member of the CureTinnitus Community soon. Also, feel free to interact with me personally and let me know exactly what you want out of an online tinnitus community.

Sincerely,
Dainis W. Michel
Founder of the CureTinnitus.org Community

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Who should join CureTinnnitus.org and why

Join if you: [private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

  • Are ready to commit to taking full responsibility for your health
  • Are ready to take appropriate actions (and doing appropriate inactions like resting)
  • Desire top information about tinnitus
  • Like the concept of joining a community of like-minded people striving for the same goal
  • Want all the information and advantages you get as a member described here: https://www.curetinnitus.org/join-us/

Editor’s note: Make video.

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Tinnitus and Commitment

Is it possible that when confronted with you really need to do now to help yourself get better[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse], [firstname], that you flee? How hard is it to really look at what needs to be done and actually do it? How hard is it to really look at:

  • past trauma
  • difficult relationships
  • life issues
  • career issues
  • the way you respond to stressors
  • tendency to overwork
  • controlling behavior
  • personal dissatisfaction
  • dissatisfaction with others
  • physical issues that you’ve neglected
  • exercise habits
  • diet
  • over-punctuality, or otherwise exaggerated positive characteristics (or maybe “unbalanced” positive characteristics)
  • …all the things we’ve learned about tinnitus people, and the individual ways, in which they apply to you, [firstname] and your life.

10 sessions of this, or a bottle of these pills, you know, that probably won’t cut it for you, and if it does, good for you. If it hasn’t yet, then maybe it’s time to try a more centered, guided, and all-encompassing approach. The theory is that tinnitus just can’t stand well-being, so why not get the help you need to enter into a state of well-being?

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