Master Pain In The Dojang Of Your Mind

master pain in the dojang of your mind

Have you ever wanted to master pain?

Do you want to learn how to be able to control pain using the Dojang of your mind?

Whether you have been practicing martial arts your whole life, or simply want a way to master your own pain, this technique has the potential to help.

When I’m not instructing in my Whakatane Haidong Gumdo Club, I am a physiotherapist who helps people with complex and persistent pain in my Rethink Pain Workshop. I have been able to master pain from a condition called Melorheostosis, which allowed me to start practicing Haidong Gumdo over 3 years ago. I have also enjoyed one hour Dan Jeon Ho, which is a horse riding stance with hands overhead, without feeling any pain.

Do you want to know how I did this?

The following recording is from a Haidong Gumdo New Zealand Seminar on October 19th. I begin by telling my story about how I’m learning to master my pain through self-hypnosis.

I then provide a self-hypnosis session where I guide people into the Dojang of their mind. It’s in this special place they are able to slice through any barriers to healing and recovery, and then target their pain to improve how they feel.

Finally, I invite questions where I then guide people through another way to enter the Dojang of their mind quickly and easily.

For your convenience, you can listen and follow along with the audio for the whole presentation by clicking on the play button below:

To listen just to the Self Hypnosis Track you click click on the play button below:

For a downloadable mp3 of the self-hypnosis track above, email and we will send one to you.

If you want to find out more ways to reduce pain, go to, and to learn The Arrow Technique that was used after accessing the dojang of your mind check out


Danyel Degenhardt

Head Instructor Whakatane Haidong Gumdo
MSc Physiotherapy


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