Field theory stems from the work of a business psychologist called Kirk Lewin. Some people apply his theories to individuals. According to Ansel Woldt in order to change our situation (in this case pain) we must change not only ourselves, but the 'whole context in which a person lives.' This means that a change in one thing (such as your mood, sudden windfall of money, or reduction or increase in chronic pain intensity) affects everything else in the field.
Change becomes fluid like with dominos. This sort of idea means that part of 'change' is in the process itself, the process of treatment, your personal experience and so on. Lots of parts of the field can be active at once, creating a constant context of changing field. This is both what makes life so confusing sometimes and also what helps us make changes. Improve one part of your life, like your mood, and improve another part of your life, like relationships or sense of accomplishment or pain.
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